Current News

Current News

New Contact Details for the Head of FAAM

Alan Woolley will be Acting Head of FAAM from 26th June 2014.

FAAM taking part in Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition in London, 1- 6 July 2014

Entry is free for all ages at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition, which will display the most cutting-edge science and technology in the UK.  Find out about FAAM’s latest adventure investigating the role of storms in the West Pacific during its recent detachment to Guam. Experience the thrill of working on a research aircraft by exploring the exhibit, ‘Flying around storms in the tropics’, complete with the newly extended BAe-146 replica.
 
For further details follow this link.

New Directflight pass application form

A new version of the Directflight pass application form (Directflight Pass Clearance Application 2014 v4) has been uploaded to the website. Please use it for any future (re/)applications.
From May 2014, for fliers expecting to fly from Cranfield more than occasionally, a flying pass application will also be used to allow a Cranfield Airfield pass to be generated. This will be required to access the apron/aircraft without escort (after a safety briefing). Full details under Aircraft Access Procedures (requires you to be logged in to the website).

CAST feedback

The flying campaign is over and now FAAM would like your feedback on how it went.  This covers all aspects of your involvement (planning, flying, science, facilities, data access etc).
 
Please select the link to complete the survey -  CAST feedback survey

Updated Access Procedures

The FAAM Access procedures have been updated.  All PIs, but especially NERC grant applicants, should note and use the new procedures.