FAA is launching an outreach campaign to encourage the general aviation community to report wildlife strikes. Recent studies show that general aviation accounts for only 6% of total strikes reported—out of more than 100,000 reports. “Through increased and concentrated educational outreach, the FAA hopes to close the reporting gap between the more than 2,000 GA airports and certificated airports,” the agency says. FAA has developed a “Report Wildlife Strikes” poster that depicts a caution ...
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