Keystone Launches New Survey Aircraft for Aerial Acquisition in the Northeast

Philadelphia, PA, August 30, 2012 – Keystone Aerial Surveys, Inc. announced today that their newest survey ready aircraft, a Cessna T310R (N98869) has completed its first successful survey mission. The twin engine 310 series is an ideal platform for most aerial sensors because of its long range, speed and reliability. After Keystone’s addition of a new FAA approved camera hole and customized equipment rack, N98869 is capable of platforming all of Keystone’s film, digital and LiDAR systems. This new addition to Keystone’s fleet adds even more availability to Northeast and Mid-Atlantic mapping and GIS companies. It also provides flexibility for sensor manufactures and organizations lacking aircraft but owning sensors to platform their sensor with a proven flyer.

About Keystone Aerial Surveys, Inc.
Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA and with offices in Arizona, California and Texas, Keystone Aerial Surveys, Inc. has been in the business of offering aerial sensing services since 1963. Specializing in aerial imaging with 9 RC-30 film cameras, 4 UltraCam digital cameras and a large fleet of aircraft, Keystone also operates an Optech Gemini LiDAR sensor and has provided a platform for multiple sensor types to many organizations. Learn more at