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Airborne Monthly Factsheet December 2021 – January 2022

This factsheet outlines a summary of the distress cases witnessed in December 2021 and January 2022 by Sea-Watch’s Airborne crews with their aircraft Seabird*. Sea-Watch also conducted test-flights during this time with the aircraft Skybird**. In December 2021 and January 2022 we conducted 11 operations, with a total flight time of 63 hours and 15 minutes. We spotted…

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Airborne Monthly Factsheet Februar – März 2022

This factsheet outlines a summary of the distress cases witnessed in February and March 2022 by Sea-Watch’s Airborne Operations with the aircraft Seabird and Seabird 2.* In February and March 2022 we conducted 12 operations, with a total flight time of 72 hours and 48 minutes. We spotted 2 boats, carrying around 158 persons in distress. Download…

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Airborne Monthly Factsheet February 2021

This factsheet outlines a summary of the distress cases witnessed in February 2021 by Sea-Watch’s Airborne crew with their aircraft Moonbird and Seabird.* In February 2021 we flew 14 missions, with a total flight time of 78 hours and 37 minutes. We spotted around 2344 persons in distress in 29 different boats.  *Since 2017, together…

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Airborne Monthly Factsheet Juli 2021

This factsheet outlines a summary of the distress cases witnessed in July 2021 by Sea-Watch’s Airborne crews from their two aircraft Moonbird and Seabird.* In July 2021 we conducted 19 operations, with a total flight time of 114 hours and 54 minutes. We spotted around 1.517 persons in distress aboard 38 different boats.

Airborne Monthly Factsheet Juli 2022

This factsheet presents a summary of the distress cases witnessed in July 2022 by Sea-Watch’s Airborne Operations with the aircraft Seabird 1.(1) In July 2022 we flew in the Maltese Search-and-Rescue (SAR) zone only, conducting 17 operations over a total flight time of 88 hours and 50 minutes. We spotted 42 boats, carrying around 1,698 persons in distress.…

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