Tuesday, 27 May 2014

NATC goes to Harper for a Maintenance Visit

Text by Farzana Rasheed
Photos by Haresh Karamchandani

NATC has several maintenance contracts with clients in the mining, NGO, UN and banking sectors. Each contract is tailored for a client's needs including Danish Refugee Council (DRC). Our contract entails regular visits to their offices in Harper which is the capital of Maryland Country in the eastern part of Liberia. 

See pictures of our most recent visit in the third week of May. 


En route!


We hitched a ride on a regular UN Helicopter flight to Harper 

Inside the heli

We managed to get some great photos of the coastline
as we lifted off and headed east. 

Since helicopters fly at a height of 10,000 - 15,000 feet, lower than fixed-wing aircraft,
one can get some great shots of the terrain. 
 

Since helicopters fly at a height of 10,000 - 15,000 feet, lower than fixed-wing aircraft,
one can get some great shots of the terrain. 

The Harper airport


We arrive and start working

But before we start work, we have to have lunch!

After lunch, we can get to work! 








Some pictures of the town


















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