It’s our privilege to work with many great creatives and collaborate on some amazing productions and the credit we want to pay tribute to are to our aircraft which have gallantly played their part. Here are just a few examples of them on-screen. For more Action click here.
A great example of a cargo and military airplane supplied by Aviaction for ground work on location, where it was transformed externally and internally by the Art Department for the upcoming production of 7 Days In Entebbe (2018).
A multi-purpose utility helicopter of the Huey family. An ideal solution for action sequences. Aviaction sourced a search & rescue version for location work. An additional Huey airframe was sourced by Aviaction for corresponding studio work for American Assassin (2017).
Favoured for its military style, our Antonov 12 is an affordable and adaptable alternative to the Hercules C-130 and well suited for both action and utility sequences. Aviaction supplied the Antonov which was dressed to look like a US Airforce Hercules for Red 2 (2013). We also provided the Antonov dressed as a cargo transporter for Breathe (2017).
A multi-purpose helicopter capable of performing acrobatic manoevers. Aviaction supplied numerous Bolkow airframes for special effects and studio work for Spectre (2015).
A multi-purpose transporter. Aviaction supplied a number of Dauphin airframes for special effects and studio work for Spectre (2015) for conversion into an executive helicopter.
A medium sized passenger airplane which Aviaction supplied as a charter for aerial work in the Austrian sequence of Spectre (2015).
An executive jet sourced by Aviaction for charter for ground work on location for You, Me and the Apocalypse (2015).
We are also grateful for the sterling contribution of others who behind the scenes assist us in delivering some of the services we provide.