Our extensive fleet of single and twin engine aircraft has the versatility to tackle a range demanding search and rescue and patrol operations at short notice, and includes aircraft fitted with homing systems to locate distress beacons.
Microflite has CASA permission to operate up to 200 nautical miles from the coast of Australia, perform static line rescue operations, and drop emergency equipment. Our highly-trained pilots fly hundreds of hours of search and rescue missions each year, and are experienced in search patterns at various altitudes over a variety of terrain types and offshore conditions.
Previous assignments have included marine and terrain search and rescue for the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA); flood and fire recovery for the State Emergency Service (SES), Country Fire Authority (CFA) and Department of Environment, Land Water and Planning (DELWP); and provisional rescue service for The Royal Australian Air Force Roulettes air display team.
The capacity to undertake all aspects of aerial search and rescue missions
Ability to respond to both land and water searches
CASA permission to operate up to 200 nautical miles off shore
Ready to respond to developing situations at any time
Onsite situational management facility available at our Moorabbin headquarters
Over seven years experience of undertaking search and rescue missions
Microflite Airwork provides a range of airborne applications.
From Aerial filming and surveillance, to fire suppression and search and rescue.
We have extensive experience enabling photographers across a range of industries to take their perfect shot.
Our versatile fleet provides the perfect aerial platforms for both handheld and gyro-stabilised cameras.
Our sophisticated survey and surveillance system and versatile fleet perform a wide range of aerial observation tasks, day or night over land and sea.
Our sophisticated surveillance system enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of aerial survey operations, day or night over land and sea.
Our extensive fleet of single and twin engine aircraft have the versatility to tackle a range demanding search and rescue and patrol operations at short notice.