Flight over Alpha Ventus
A team of German and Japanese engineers, that searches the segment for renewable energy, went offshore last week to view the wind park Alpha Ventus. They chartered their own aircraft. This wind park comprises 12 powerful wind plants, and lies about 45 kilometers north-west of Borkum. In order to meet the needs of our client, the Shuttle-flug.de staff selected an aircraft, which can fly at a slow pace very close to the water. The large windows of the Cessna 404 allowed all passengers to have a good outlook over the power plant. After a two hour flight and the international group seemingly satisfied, the aircraft landed at an airport in Münster. The group was then able to have a positive outlook on future appointments.