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No Time To Die released in cinemas

Daniel Craig’s final outing as 007 has finally hit cinemas across the UK after being delayed for nearly two years. The 25th installment of the James Bond franchise sees him up against a mysterious villain with a deadly new technology. As with most Bond films, filming took place all over the world, including Norway, Jamaica and Italy.

Responsible for the some of the films aircraft and epic airborne action sequences was our Aerial Coordinator, Steven Moth. Alongside coordinating the films aerial action, Steven was tasked with acquiring some of the aircraft used by Bond. This included getting hold of two identical aircraft, one airworthy for the main aerial shots and stunts, and a second “buck” for use on a gimbal for close up shots. He also handled the aerial ground safety, logistics and aerial stunt work for a number of the scenes set in Jamaica.

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