Overview of new aircraft and planned facility upgrades.
The UW King Air as a national facility supporting atmospheric research.
History of the University of Wyoming King Air facility.
Prospective King Air investigators: following announced changes to NSF's Facilities and Instrumentation Request Process (FIRP), all UWKA facility requests must be made via a facility-specific request form. An
overview of the request process is available here.
University of Wyoming awarded $15.8 million National Science Foundation grant for
new King Air research aircraft and instrumentation
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UW King Air participates in study led by University of Wisconsin-Madison examining
the relationship between the atmosphere and the Earth’s surface
Researchers use UW King Air to study wildfires’ impact on air quality
UW King Air participates in the Wyoming National Guard Open House as part of Cheyenne
Frontier Days, alongside the NSF/NCAR C-130 and CSWR Doppler on Wheels.
The next-generation King Air 350 as initially purchased by the university
The Next Generation King Air with new PT-67A engines
Final Design for the Next Generation King Air Extended Nose and Nose Boom
New Under-Wing Hardpoints and external wire tunnel for the Next Generation King Air
Next Generation King Air completed Nadir ports for Radar and Lidar