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Cranfield expects to continue using a mix of its own facilities and specialist facilities at other organisations, since collaborations bring benefits to both partners.
Cranfield University – National Flying Laboratory Centre
Use of the facilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. For further information, contact the Head of NFLC, Professor Nicholas Lawson
Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements (National Centre for Atmospheric Science)
FAAM is a public facility, funded by BEIS. NERC grant applications can include access to the facility which will be funded free at point of delivery – for these contact the FAAM operations manager.
Jetstream 31 (G-NFLA)
MOD / QinetiQ LTPA Ranges and Facilities - Unmanned Airborne Systems Test and Evaluation
QinetiQ are a world-leader in the provision of relevant Test & Evaluation services, an enabler to the delivery of advanced capability.
As part of the Science and Technology Facilities Council, it is clearly part of RAL Space’s mission to provide world-class space development and test facilities for the UK space community.
RAL Space Unmanned Airborne Vehicles
Scottish Aviation Bulldog
Slingsby Firefly T67M260
Zephyr-T High Altitude Pseudo Satellite