The first Flamant was delivered to the French Air Force in 1949 and deliveries of all versions were completed by 1953. The aircraft was used for pilot training, navigation training, light transport, maritime surveillance and light ground attack. The Flamant stayed in service until 1981.
For us it was a way of cheating five WW2 RAF Bombers. We painted out the side windows, added some chroma key glazing to the front and they looked pretty smart. We painted five of them, including a studio buck, in Belgium for a French language Feature Film.
If you think one might work for something you’re planning then please get in touch.
Shoot Aviation are in the Ops Room at White Waltham Aerodrome, just 25 miles west of London, UK
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Back to work with a trio of Jettys! A flying example, one for the studio and one for the crash scene. Everything gets painted to match and we make the crashed one a little more complete. Coming to a Feature Film near you soon! #bell206 #ukfilm #filmproduction https://t.co/Pwtm3CT64L29th December 2020
Off to collect a crashed helicopter but seriously considering a divert. Looks like a fun place... https://t.co/S2wPRopNJh29th December 2020
Look what Santa left under the tree! New fleet addition. Not a studio set this time but a real flying one. Thanks to Andy at Europlane Sales (http://www.europlanesales.com) for making it so easy.. #md500 https://t.co/7pYZYHGNA128th December 2020
Filming on/in/around Airliners. The most common request we receive is that of a production wishing to film inside an airliner. Be that…