Two Cessna 404s take to the skies between February and November every year to survey around 80,000 square kilometres

The Ordnance Survey (OS) capture around 50,000 images of urban, rural, moorland and mountain terrain using a 196-megapixel camera mounted to their two aircraft, G-TASK and G-FIFA, or even the crew’s cameraphones.

The results are stunning…


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