Airbourne Solutions

 

...Solving Problems using Solutions

News

The UKs first SD2 Squirrel HelicopterUKs first SD2 Squirrel comes to Airbourne Solutions. Airbourne Solutions becomes the first UK operator and second in Europe to operate the AS350SD2 Single Squirrel helicopter.This variant of the Squirrel provides even more power with less fuel burn therefore allowing us to be even more environmentally friendly and cost effective.
Airbourne Solutions' New Twin Squirrel HelicopterNew Arrival: Twin Squirrel. Airbourne Solutions take delivery of their AS355F2 Twin Squirrel helicopter allowing us to expand our twin engine helicopter operations. This can also be provided with a full medical kit for EMS operations.
Airbourne Solutions - For all your Aerial Needs

Spraying

Bracken control in ScotlandOur company has been involved in aerial spraying and spreading operations using helicopters for over two decades, working closely with environmental agencies, land owners and the farming community.

We have the equipment and expertise to spray cereals, potatoes, bracken, and forestry with any product approved for aerial application. All our pilots and ground crew are NPTC trained and certified.

Airbourne Solutions Helicopter potato sprayingFor many years we have also carried out Byflon spraying for weed control in inaccessible waterways and estuaries. Using a helicopter to carry out this form of application at low tide is a proven effective treatment of previously untouchable areas.

Aerial application allows large areas of steep, rough, or water-logged terrain to be easily treated in a short amount of time.

We have our own spreading and seeding equipment enabling the application of fertiliser, prilled lime, grass and heather seed.

We also have our own fully kitted out vehicles to enable on-site mixing and loading.

Visit our gallery to view some of the projects we have satisfactorily completed.

"The Squirrel is a powerful turbine helicopter, the downwash from itís three-blade rotor system giving good spray penetration in the crop canopy"
AG Pilot magazine