Aerial Filming Helicopters in London, UK, Europe from FlyingTV
HD gyro-stabilised aerial filmingA simple phone call or email is all it takes to get your complete aerial shoot organised. With our highly-experienced crews and 21st century HD filming helicopters, you'll be surprised at how efficient aerial filming can be. FlyingTV was started by broadcaster Mike Smith in 2003. Since then, we've flown over 4000hrs on airborne filming tasks for every UK broadcaster.
Our 2 lead helicopters carry identical Cineflex Ikegami F30 gyrostab systems recording tapeless, full broadcast spec HD AVC Intra 100.
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We also supply a 3rd identical system for "flyaway" use on other helicopters and vehicles. This system can also be fitted to our available AS355 twin-engine helicopter when required. And we organise VIP helicopter transport for production teams, photographers and other media clients.
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Everything we do is based in our custom-built 8000 sq ft hangar and offices. Under one roof we offer complete media flying services.
Why choose usSafety, flexibility, cost and efficiency. We offer the most competitive HD aerial filming rates. And we take your project from the germ of an idea through to delivery of the tapeless files in an easy, friendly and professional style.
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Safety. Our Chief Pilot is also a CAA Instructor & Examiner. We are an approved supplier to the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV. Our safety record has been clean since day 1.
Budget control. We appreciate the financial controls of modern production. We never spend more without your permission.
Experience. We have a passion for our work. And we realise that an aerial shoot isn't something that production teams organise everyday. So - we use our experience and commitment to deliver the best result at the best possible price.
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It's all a bit hush hush...
but our crew has been given security clearance by MI5 for a secret mission. It involves some helicopters and very special secret... Read more »
Red Nose Triumph
He did it, here's the proof.
Stunt Monkey Triumphs
No, he really was called 'Stunt Monkey' on the call sheet. The PG Tips celebrity clawed his way to the very top of The Shard, battling high winds and bitter temperatures. You can watch his death defying feat on BBC 1's Red Nose Day on 13th March. Aerials by us.