Chile is a long and narrow country situated along the western edge of South America, stretching from the Atacama Desert in the north to the southern tip of Tierra del Fuego. Its topography is marked by diverse landscapes, owing to its unique geographical position which gives rise to a wide range of climates and ecosystems, making it a country with exceptional natural beauty and environmental diversity. From the high peaks of the Andes (~6500 meters above sea level) to the coastal plains and southern fjords, Chile’s topography plays a significant role in shaping its cultural, economic, and environmental characteristics.

Chile has a well-established and regulated aviation industry. Pilots operating in the country are typically well-trained and experienced. Advanced navigation systems, communication technologies, and weather monitoring contribute to safe air travel in the region. As always, thorough pre-flight planning, adherence to safety protocols, and familiarity with local regulations are crucial for a safe and successful flying experience.

New-Sense Geophysics specializes in high altitude airborne geophysics surveys, our helicopter and fixed-wing operators are typically trained on site and rigorously follow international aviation standards and regulations. Pilots are trained to handle the specific challenges associated with flying in a diverse and dynamic environment.

Since 2007, New-Sense Geophysics has had an office, personnel and equipment permanently in the country.  Having highly trained staff in Chile, helps New-Sense respond to the needs of the client not only in Chile, but surrounding regions as well.

More than 200,000 line kilometers have been collected here by New-Sense Geophysics since 2005.

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