Posted by Aerial Fire Staff | Aug 24, 2021 | Aerial Fire News | 0 |
The current fire season has kept Neptune Aviation’s tankers and crew spread across the Western U.S. and as far east as Minnesota, and it’s on track to compete with some of the busier seasons in recent years.
Through fuel shortages and COVID scares, the Missoula-based company has managed to navigate the challenges that have come with 2021 while lending aid to the nation’s fire-fighting efforts.
“We’ve had a very busy fire season,” said Dan Snyder, senior vice president with Neptune Aviation. It’s keeping up with some of the record-setting years we’ve had. The fire activity has been high.”
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