Aerial Photography 

Please note that under the current CAA regulations a gyroplane flight cannot be conducted for the sole purpose of aerial photography. However following a detailed briefing on the dual control aircraft and after a demonstration on the effects of controls you will be able to take control during your trial flight. If you wish to bring your camera along to take photographs and capture some of the fantastic views around the Lakes such as the ones Jen and Zoe have done then I have no objection.

 A nice moody shot from Jen as we headed over to Wasdale.

Several new images from Jen, this one is of Striding Edge and Ullswater, taken from the gyroplane at around 600 feet above the ridge.

You can find lots more of Jen's work at Jen Spiers Photography on facebook. During this flight she was using her Nikon D7200 with a Nikon DX 18-140 mm lens. ISO 400, F5.6 Aperture priority.

 Out with Jen Spiers, this time catching the setting sun over the fells.

 This is why photographers call it the golden hour.

A Stunning black and white photgraph of the Solway from Zoe

 The Solway and sand banks.

Ambleside at 5.30 am.

 Stickle Tarn from a birds eye view.

Early morning light over Grasmere.

 Blea Tarn.

 Sunlight over the fells.

 Pike of Stickle.

 Helm Grag and flanks of Steel Fell.

Legal Notice

Chris Jones Gyroplanes


Charlesville, Station Hill, Wigton, Cumbria CA7 9BW 

(Please note this is the registered address NOT the airfield address)


To get to the airfield via your sat nav you will need to put in CA7 5HP


07796 955805


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