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#11 Fixed Wing Aircraft Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

Fixed wing aircraft (i.e., aircraft, gliders, ultralights) flying may be adversely affected by changing natural conditions such as wind, temperature and time of day. Man-made conditions such as weight, externally mounted equipment and the discharge of pyrotechnics and/or smoke can also affect the pilot’s ability to fly safely. Special precautions should be taken to ensure safety when working around aircraft that are operating in close proximity to the camera, cast and crew, including taxiing, take off and landing.

Please also refer to Addendum “A” for Fixed Wing Aircraft Bulletin – External Loads

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