Over the last few weeks, we have seen a number of amazing drone videos that show cities that are deserted because of the social distancing rules and lockdown situations as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Today, we see some spectacular drone footage from Mirabel International Airport in Canada.
Mirabel International Airport captured by drone
The drone footage was shot by the CBC/Radio-Canada’s drone team that got special permission to film at the Mirabel International Airport, near Montreal.
In a tweet, the CBC/Radio-Canada’s drone team said that they had obtained all the required permissions, and safety measures were put in place by their experienced team of drone operators.
Enjoy the footage, but please do not try this at home!
CBC/Radio-Canada's drone team got special permission to film at Mirabel Airport.
All permissions were obtained and safety measures put in place by an experienced team. Don't try this at home! pic.twitter.com/oHH2xP2Q4S
— CBC Montreal (@CBCMontreal) May 30, 2020
What do you think about the drone footage captured of the Mirabel International Airport by the CBC/Radio-Canada’s drone team? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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Photo/video credit CBC News
Hat tip to P. Morrell