Where science takes to the skies.

BAe-146-301 Atmospheric
Research Aircraft

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FAAM is a world-class research facility dedicated to the advancement of atmospheric science

 

 

Aircraft Status:

IN THE HANGAR

06/07/2020

Next flight: 10/07/2020 (T032)

FAAM is an Airborne
Laboratory

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Susannah Rastall

Colleagues will be sorry to learn of the recent death of Susannah Rastall, Administrator at the Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements (FAAM). Alan Woolley, Head of FAAM, has provided the following tribute:  "Susannah worked as a University of Leeds...

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