Air France focus on climate

Since April 2017, a second Air France plane has been taking part in the European research project IAGOS (In-service Aircraft for a Global Observing System) by carrying atmospheric measuring instruments at altitudes of 10-12 km, where no other surveying method with sufficient resolution be it satellite measurements or lidar measurements on the groundis available. The data collected is made available to meteorological centers and scientists throughout the world, notably for monitoring the carbon cycle and carbon emissions. These climatological studies are crucial for developing forecasting models for air quality and climate change.

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