Disaster Aerial Photography

Red Wing Aerial Photography is Texas' disaster aerial photography expert, providing aerial photography from drone, helicopter and fixed-wing photo platforms.  We have extensive experience in assisting stakeholders in post-disaster documentation of property conditions.  Having assisted numerous insurance carriers in the wake of Hurricane Ike and Hurricane Dolly, our small but capable fleet of three fixed-wing aircraft based safely away from the coastal bend area stands ready to move in immediately after disasters such as hurricanes to help facilitate the recovery process.  We can map entire areas, such as acreage ravaged by wildfire, or go in and photograph specific properties, such as individual homeowner claims after hurricanes and tornadoes, long before the areas are accessible to ground-based adjusters.

We are closely tracking the progress of Tropical Storm Harvey and are preparing to deploy assets to the affected areas immediately after the event as needed.

Give us a call 24/7 at 210-287-6279 to discuss your needs or email us.

 
Post-hurricane aerial inspections from drone, helicopter, or airplane all along the Texas coastal bend including Corpus Christi, Houston, Galveston, Victoria, Port Lavaca, Rockport, Aransas Pass, Texas.

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Corpus Christi Aerial Photography

Our principal office is located in San Antonio, Texas, with a satellite office located in Dallas, Texas, however, our aircraft are constantly being dispatched all over Texas and the South Central United States.


Corpus Christi serves as the Neuces County seat and with a population of 320,434, is Texas' eighth most populous city.  Corpus Christi boasts the United State's fifth largest seaport.  In addition to tourism, one of Corpus Christi's main economic drivers is its military presence, serving as home to Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, a major naval aviator training base.  In addition to the three naval airfields, the addition of Corpus Christi International Airport presents material challenges for conducting aerial photo flights, particularly drone flights.  In addition to Corpus Christi, we also serve the markets listed below.