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Tellus Airborne Geological Survey

Jun 26, 2015 | General News | 0 comments

26th June 2015

The Geological Survey of Ireland is conducting a low flying airborne geophysical survey of counties Meath, Kildare, rural Dublin, Offaly and northern parts of Laois and Wicklow this summer. The survey is due to start tomorrow Saturday 26th June weather permitting.

See for up-to-date flight lines on an interactive map with aerial imagery and map details, or freephone 1800 303 516.

Please get in touch if you require more detail on when and where the survey aircraft will operate in your area.

The aircraft will fly at an altitude of 60m in rural areas and will rise to 240m over urban areas.

The white, twin propeller plane has a red tail, dark blue stripe, and registration number C-GSGF.

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