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SafeSkys 24th Anniversary

SafeSkys marks the start of it's 24th anniversary year on Tuesday 5th July 2017

SafeSkys Secures A Further 3 Years Contract For The Royal Air Force.
SafeSkys is pleased to announce that we have secured a contract for a further 3 years, with the option of a further 2 years, for Airfield Wildlife Control for the Southern Region Airfields which include RAF Brize Norton, RAF Benson and RAF Northolt. SafeSkys has held this contract for over 10 years and is proud to continue working for the Royal Air Force for a further 3 to 5 years.
SafeSkys trains RAF Pilots

SafeSkys is pleased to announce that is has been awarded another six year £multi-million contract to provide the ground school training to ab-initio fast jet pilots at Royal Air Force Valley in Anglesey, North Wales. The contract includes technical instruction on the Hawk aircraft, aircrew instruction and post-ejection survival techniques including sea survival drills.

We are fortunate to have a dedicated team of instructors working for us at RAF Valley, including ex RAF fast jet pilots, navigators, survival instructors and technical experts.

Inverness Airport

 SafeSkys is pleased to announce the award of a 3 year contract by Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL) for bird control and wildlife management services at Inverness Airport.  SafeSkys provides bird control and wildlife management services at RAF Stations in England, Scotland and Wales and at several civil airports.  The contract includes training and surveys for all of HIAL's Scottish airports.

Llanbedr Airfield

SafeSkys has been awarded the contract to provide Air Traffic Control Services at Llanbedr, south of Harlech in Wales. Llanbedr is one of the 8 airfields under consideration for the United Kingdom's Space Port.

New Assaf Ramon International Airport Eilat Israel

Safeskys is currently carrying out an extensive Radar survey for the Israeli Airport Authority (IAA) at the site of their newest international airport. The survey consists of an in depth investigation of the migratory patterns and numbers of birds seasonally transiting through the airspace.

Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston Jamaica

A full environmental survey is presently being carried out for Norman Manley Airport.

Sofia International Airport Bulgaria

A full 13 kilometre survey was carried out for Sofia that included 3 seasonal 13k reports covering all aspects of local bird and wildlife concentrations and bird migration. Tow of the key personnel from the Wildlife Management Department flew to Exeter Airport where we ran an in depth training course for them.

Ibrahim Nasir International Airport

A 3 day course was carried out at Male’ airport in the Maldives covering all aspects of wildlife management and bird control. This course was accomplished in conjunction with Airports Council International (ACI)


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