is the cornerstone of Air Spray's operation. Fire bombing requires exceptionally skilled pilots to battle blazes in the difficult terrain and conditions in and around a large forest fire. Aircraft will perform numerous bombing runs during a typical day to help ground crews and other aircraft battle wildfires. Additionally aircraft engineers wait at the ready should any aircraft require a quick maintenance check or if maintenance is required, work all night to have the aircraft ready for another day of fire bombing. Air Spray is exceptionally proud of its pilots and maintenance engineers and the amazing work they perform to ensure wildfires are kept in control.
Air Spray is a world specialist in the use of heavy air tankers for fire control. The large Lockheed Electra L-188 is quite simply the world's best initial attack aircraft. Its speed, power and endurance cannot be surpassed by any other air tanker in operation today.
Fly over a virtual fire and drop a load of retardant. Practice approaches and laying a line to stop the fire from approaching the valley. Air Spray is excited to announce the introduction of our new simulators to improve safety and efficiency in aerial fire control.
Air Spray is committed to ensuring the safety of all of its employees taking part in aerial forest fire suppression activities.
We are proud of our culture of safety from the ground up. With our fully functioning SMS program, we are dedicated to improving the overall safety of our industry.