Basler Turbo produces the rugged, reliable, and affordable BT-67 aircraft. The BT-67 is the go-to fixed wing scientific research and logistical support aircraft for Antarctic operations. It has a 30,000 lbs maximum gross weight, published takeoff and landing data up to 16,000’ pressure altitude, and an indefinite service life. Basler can equip the BT-67 with skis, specialized communication equipment, and additional heaters. Contact Basler today to invest in your long term national Antarctic mission.
The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) is a world-class centre of excellence for research and education at the University of Tasmania. Its research is innovative, relevant, and globally distinctive while its education delivers first-class programs resulting in highly trained scientists and researchers serving the needs of academic institutions, industry, government and the community. IMAS has three core research programs in Fisheries and Aquaculture, Ecology and Biodiversity, and Oceans and Cryosphere. These are linked by the cross-disciplinary themes of Climate change, Ocean-Earth systems and Oceans and Antarctic governance.