the French facility for airborne research

Flying laboratories for scientific research

SAFIRE is the French leading facility for airborne research based in Toulouse, France. We operate three state-of-art flying laboratories: a low-level Piper Aztec, a mid-tropospheric ATR 42 and a Falcon 20 jet. Our team at SAFIRE has unique expertise supporting environmental and climate science missions, satellite validation as well as R&D in aeronautics. Our public research facility is a research infrastructure of the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), the French meteorological service (Météo-France) and the French space agency (CNES). The expertise of the SAFIRE staff provides technological excellence in airborne equipment for flight missions adapted for academic and industrial research.

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Clouds-Atmospheric Dynamics–Dust Interactions in West Africa Period 06 au 25/09/2021 Scientific dom ...
Human Imprint on Land surface Interactions with the Atmosphere over the Iberian Semi-arid Environme ...
Consolidated and streamlined data processing The framing of the data measured in SAFIRE aircraft is ...
SUrface Measurements for Oceanographic Satellites Période du 14/02 au 05/03/2021 Domaine scientifiq ...
About the mission of the SAFIRE ATR42 It flies a series of low-level legs either within the sub-clo ...

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SAFIRE
Toulouse Francazal Airport

B.P. 20034
31270 CUGNAUX - FRANCE

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