Hunting Aerosurveys Ltd
Hunting Aerosurveys Ltd was a British aerial photography company. Its operations became more diversified under the name Hunting Surveys.
The firm incorporated Aerofilms Ltd and the Aircraft Operating Company. In 1947 it was using three types of aircraft: Austers, a Percival Proctor and a D. H. Rapide and planned to acquire one or more Percival Mergansers. The company had contracts for work surveying for tin mining in Nigeria; oil in Arabia, Venezuela and Colombia; timber in Ontario; and mapping in Australia.
In 1960 the firm was merged with Hunting Geophysics Ltd to form Hunting Surveys Ltd. The Hunting Survey Group's military division became a maker of Trident submarine-launched ballistic missiles. In the 1990s the firm's international oil prospecting work including operations in Sudan.
- "Hunting Aerosurveys". Flight. 51 (1994): 215–6. 13 March 1947. Retrieved 2009-10-31.
- Jackson, 1973, p. 77
- "Hunting Survey Changes". Flight. 77 (2653): 87. 15 January 1960. Retrieved 2012-12-11.
- David Rose (January 2002) The Osama Files Vanity Fair
- Hunting Surveys & Consultants Ltd Duedil Retrieved 2012-12-11
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