Panther’s sister company EPL Skylift provided RAF Fairford with a T27R truck mount to aid them in the coverage of the Royal International Air Tattoo's 40th Anniversary show.
The machine was ideal to both film and photograph the event, because of its standard camera cage and working height of 27 metres.
Richard Arquati, Head of Press and Public Relations for the RAF Charitable Trust Enterprises, said: “The machine was invaluable in enabling our media guests to get a unique perspective on the air show. Traditionally, we would either have film footage or photography done from the ground, which rarely gave us perspective or detail.
“The truck mount gave us the ability to capture the size of the event whilst at the same time maintaining the detail.
Mr Arquati continued: “It also gave us a popular vantage point from which television crews can capture the excitement of the air show and from which TV correspondents can broadcast.”
The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) is a large air show showcasing hundreds of modern military aircrafts from around the world on both the ground and in air displays.