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



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Next flight: 24/01/2022 (T047)

FAAM is an Airborne

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Are you interested in joining our Advisory Group?

The FAAM Airborne Laboratory is seeking members to join its Mid-Life Upgrade (MLU) User Community Advisory Group. The MLU will produce transformative change for the research aircraft, with an initial focus on future-proofing the facility, ensuring it is airworthy for...

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Looking for the old FAAM website?

You can now find it at https://old.faam.ac.uk >

Congratulations @AtmosChemYork's Professor Lucy Carpenter 👏

Professor Carpenter has been awarded an MBE for services to Atmospheric Chemistry, and has flown @FAAM146 for worldwide measurement campaigns.