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Aerial Video Systems plans to film the oil spill

HD aerial video providers, Aerial Video Systems, has announced that it is off to the Gulf region to film the oil leak and its repercussions. Aerial Video Systems will make use of its Partenavia P68 Observer twin engine, fixed wing airplane, which gives it the advantage to stay on station for about four and a half hours, as opposed to a regular helicopter's 10 to 20 minutes.
June 9, 2010

HD aerial video providers, Aerial Video Systems, has announced that it is off to the Gulf region to film the oil leak and its repercussions. Aerial Video Systems will make use of its Partenavia P68 Observer twin engine, fixed wing airplane, which gives it the advantage to stay on station for about four and a half hours, as opposed to a regular helicopter’s 10 to 20 minutes.

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