bird strike

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bird strike

An incident deemed to have occurred whenever a pilot reports a bird strike; aircraft maintenance personnel identify damage to an aircraft as having been caused by a bird strike; personnel on the ground report seeing an aircraft strike one or more birds; or bird remains, whether in whole or in part, are found on an airside pavement area or within 200 ft of a runway, unless another reason for the bird's death is identified.
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The PCAA has recently concluded its recently launched Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard campaign with awareness session held at Benazir Bhutto International Airport, Islamabad (BBIAP) where all the relevant stakeholders included airlines, representative from Army aviation, Waste Management Disposal Company amongst others were briefed.
The Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard campaign comprises of awareness sessions, advertisement, billboards, print, radio and electronic media campaign.
He was also singled out as an "Outstanding Performer" and earned several flight safety "Commendables" with his mishap response kits, spot inspection tracking program, integration with the Intermediate Level Jet Engine Shop, and Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard program.
Nearly 2,300 bird strikes are reported to the Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) Team annually.
Borrowman are always proactive in the Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) community; they provided bird identification and pyrotechnics training to nine Airfield Management individuals increasing the number of trained members of the BASH team.
Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard or BASH prevention is taken very seriously by all aviation communities: civilian, military, fighters, heavies, and trainers.
During a daily airfield Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) inspection, you might see a series of wildlife activities that may present themselves as hazards.