Airports and Aviation Sector


Reduced wildlife strikes, improved air safety

Smarter thinking, smarter working

Why spend thousands when a man, a vehicle and basic wildlife control equipment can keep an airfield clear of strike risks?

Good wildlife hazard management is not all about what equipment you have. It’s also about how well you understand why the wildlife is presenting a risk to aircraft and how you can avoid this.

Improved wildlife hazard management also supports improved operational capacity and efficiencies for an airport.

In addition to reducing wildlife strike rates, smarter policies and working practice will increase compliance with ICAO and local CAA standards and recommended practice (SARPs).

Aviaire can help you to improve:

• Air safety
• Cost efficiencies
• Operational effectiveness
• Compliance with regulatory standards
• Sustainability
• Environmental friendliness

Aviaire’s recommendation:
Before any airport enters into a commitment to spend money on new wildlife hazard management equipment or resources:

1. Performance Review
Understand how well wildlife hazard management is currently being delivered.

2. Training
Make sure everyone understands good practice in their role and responsibilities.

 

Aviaire's recommended good Practice wildlife hazard management process:

Derived from good practice across the world, from countries such as Australia, Canada, United States and the UK.

Using this process will achieve a deeper understanding of wildlife hazard management, reduced wildlife strikes through smarter working and improved efficiencies.
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