November 4, 2005

Save the Sea Tower

Airads helps the residents of Westgate on Sea protest over plans to demolish the historic Sea Tower building on the seafront.





September 6, 2005

Banner Pickup

How it looks from the aircraft!

July 24, 2005

Spelling it Out for EUjet

"Your'e not going up in this?", said another pilot this afternoon, as the rain lashed down on the aircraft next to us. "Got to", came the answer, "Bit like the Pony Express, EUjet want their banner over the War & Peace Show at exactly 16:30 and Airads have to be there."



At least we had the skies to ourselves on the way down to position for the banner and broke out of the rain and dense swirling clouds in time to find the grass runway exactly where it should be.

Fortunately, the skies were beginning to clear from the west as the forecast had predicted. EUjet had its banner on time.

July 18, 2005

Tolpuddle Martyrs Rally


Airads supports the TUC Community The Union For Life at the Tolpuddle Martyrs rally in Dorset. Held each year the rally bring upwards of 7000 people to the small village. Posted by Picasa

Romans of Berkshire


Airads was seen in the skies over Reading, Woking and Farnborough this weekend towing the banner, www.romans.co.uk to help promote the area's largest estate agent. Lookout for the banner again at the end of July Posted by Picasa

Me to You


"Me to you" on the final leg of Global Challenge. More pictures at www.airadsimages.com Posted by Picasa

Global Challenge, Welcome Home "Tatty Teddy"


Airads welcomes home the yacht "Me to you" from the round the world "Global Challenge". After a slow passage of the Solent on their final leg of an epic race, the Airads banner was was overhead to welcome the challengers across the finish line into Gun Wharf at the entrance to Portsmouth Harbour. www.metoyou.com for more infomation. Great pictures of Spinnaker Tower at www.airadsimages.com Posted by Picasa

Cryptic Clue

A message up at Tatenhill today. Lucky George gets some special treatment from partner Deb, with a little help from Airads on the way.

July 5, 2005

Weston Supermare or Alcatraz?


The old pier complex at Weston Supermare, once a busy mooring now lies in ruin, looking similar to the old prison island of Alcatraz. More pictures like these at airads images photo library www.airadsimages.com Posted by Picasa

Halifax Pilot Celebrates 80 Years


Airads brought a tear to the eyes of an ex-Halifax pilot over the weekend. The airads banner flew past wishing the veteran a happy 80th birthday, waving the aircraft wings in response to the arms waving back on the ground. The memories held by Norman over the last 80 years are nothing but incredible. Posted by Picasa

Oxted Carnival


Another busy weekend as Airads was asked to promote the Oxted Carnival on Saturday Held in Master Park. Posted by Picasa

Royal Navy Spell "Cheker"


Whilst Airads was towing between Cowes and Lee on Solent, a Royal Navy Lynx helicopter came up for a close look at the banner, just to check the spelling I guess, Posted by Picasa

Trafalgar 200


Trafalgar 200 saw over 160 participating ships from the navys of the world attend the ceremony held at Portsmouth and the Solent. Seen in the picture is the Endurance (white superstructure with red hull), taking the Queen on what must have been a very memorable Fleet Review. Airads was towing three separate banners on the day www.findaboat.co.uk www.marinesave.co.uk and www.revolutionsails.co.uk doing our best to get as close to the action as possible. Look out for the full feature story in the august edition of Pilot magazine. more pictures at Airads images photo library www.airadsimages.com Posted by Picasa

Alex Gold farewell to Glastonbury


Alex Gold logo being laid out at Compton Abbas Airfield, soon to be snatched off the ground by Airads and displayed as the crowds leave glastonbury. look out for the new album out 11 July "Alex Gold back from a break". see pictures of glastonbury and other music events at our photo library www.airadsimages.com Posted by Picasa

June 26, 2005

Grass Roots Football Show 2005


Airads helps promote the Grass Roots Football Show 2005, to be held at Excel in the London Docklands on 16th/17th July. The show is a new event dedicated to grass roots football and will be of interest to anyone involved in the beautiful game. Airads displayed the banner to huge crowds at local football tournaments throughout the South East and East Midlands. More info about Grass Roots Football at www.grfs.co.uk or call ticketmaster on 0871 2305440, Tickets are limited so don't delay. Posted by Hello

June 20, 2005

Love From Your Wife


A different kind of wedding banner flown on saturday from the lucky Matty's wife. Posted by Hello

Three Weddings and a Proposal


Airads was busy this weekend with three wedding banners and one marriage proposal, good luck to the happy couples. Posted by Hello

Compton Abbas Warrior Takes a Closer Look


Mike, in the warrior from Compton Abbas airfeild www.abbasair.com flies alongside for a close look at the "Alex Gold" banner , more aviation pics at www.airadsimages.com Posted by Hello

T4 On The Beach @ Weston Supermare


T4 on the beach. Huge crowds push forward as the bands start to play in the heat of the midday sunshine as the "Alex Gold" banner flys past, flown by Airads, more great pictures of gigs at www.airadsimages.com Posted by Hello

June 19, 2005

Alex Gold flys at T4 On the Beach


Alex Gold back from a break debut album, flown at the T4 on the beach at Weston Supermare on Sunday, Crowds turned out with temperatures in the 30s to see a great line-up of bands. More information on T4 at www.channel4.com Posted by Hello

June 15, 2005

Spinnaker Tower at Portsmouth harbour


The Spinnaker Tower at the heart of the regeneration of Portsmouth harbour.

Standing adjacent to the Gunwharf Quay development the tower is just under 600ft tall, making it the tallest public viewing tower in Britain, Portsmouth harbour and the Solent is soon to be the host of Trafalgar 200 with ships from 40 different navies attending to mark this spectacular event held on 27th and 28th June. For more info on the event visit www.trafalgar200.com . Airads will be towing various banners along the Solent through the day on the 28th, so keep a look out for us, you can see all the latest images at www.airadsimages.com Posted by Hello

June 5, 2005

Wind Farm Off Herne Bay


The Wind Farm project 5 miles off Herne Bay and Whitstable now well underway with the posts for the turbines being fixed in place. Once the turbines and blades have been assembled the finished height will be half as much again, some 300 feet. To see more images of this wind farm and others visit www.airadsimages.com Posted by Hello

Take Me Higher

Love above the Malvern Hills with a special message to Lauren on Saturday.

Congratulations Anna & Russell

Another message for a happy couple near Panshanger on Saturday.

June 1, 2005

Airads Sponsors Banner for Herne Bay Boxing Club


Along with all the other banners of the Bank Holiday Airads was seen over North Kent promoting Herne Bay Boxing Club's open air tournament. The event was a great success raising much needed funds to improve the clubs facilities. More info and pictures on boxing events including Herne Bay's at www.warriorboxing.com Posted by Hello

Captain Romantic Takes to the Sky


It appears that romance was alive and well over the bank holiday, as Airads was asked to tow three "I love you" banners and one "Will you marry me" banner. Posted by Hello

Bell 206 Jet Ranger Makes a Special Birthday


Airads helps to make a birthday very special by arranging for the Bell 206 Jet Ranger, operated by www.helicharter-co.uk of Manston to collect the lucky lady from her house in Rye. After a quick visit to Eastwell Manor for some Chmpagne and strawberries it was off to Maypole to complete the day out. More aviation pictures at www.airadsimages.com Posted by Hello

May 21, 2005

Cerne Abbas Giant or Rude Man


The Cerne Abbas Giant or Rude Man as he is known, stands proud above the village, he is the largest hill figure in Britain and one of only two human chalk figures, the other being the Long Man of Wilmington in East Sussex. The Giant chalk carving measures 180 feet tall and carries a huge knobbled club which itself measures 120 feet in length. Lots more aerial pictures of historic sites all over Britain at www.airadsimages.com why not take a quick look. Posted by Hello

Excel and London City Airport Photos of Docklands


Excel and London City Airport pictured from the west near to Canary wharf. The photo shows the recent development around the docks with Thames Barrier just in view to the right. Lots more images of london Docklands at www.airadsimages.com Posted by Hello