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Aircraft Operations with the British Antarctic Survey

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This talk will cover all the aspects of the operation from aircraft modifications (including scientific) and capability to flying the aircraft and the logistics and science supported. The following questions will also be addressed; Are the aircraft unique? How do we safely land on snow in crevassed terrain at new sites? What are the biggest risks to staff? Why is the science so important? How glamorous is it being a pilot for BAS ? Are we really affecting the climate? All this and more?!

This talk is part of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Cambridge Branch series.

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