frequently asked questions
Is The Aerial Aspect Licensed and Qualified to Operate Commercially?
Yes. The Aerial Aspect has, 'Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO)' granted by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (C.A.A). Each pilot has completed a flight test provided by an National Qualified Entity, (NQE).
Is The Aerial Aspect Fully Insured?
Yes. Each pilot will work within strict guidelines to ensure safety at all times set out by the UK C.A.A. The Aerial Aspect is fully insured including public liability insurance.
How High & How Far Can You Fly?
We can fly up to 400 feet (122 metres) above surface level and our aircraft are internally set so the pilot cannot fly above this height. The Aircraft can be flown 500 meters away from the pilot as long as it is still in the pilot's visual line of sight (VLOS) this allows our pilots to fly 1km in a single flight.
How Long Can You Fly For?
We can stay in the air for between 15 to 18 minuets at a time per battery, however we usually aim for 10 to 15 minutes to allow for post-flight checks.
Which Weather Conditions Prevent Take Off?
Heavy rain, sleet, falling snow and high winds exceeding 20mph can prevent take off.
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