Bird Strike Reduction Working; More Focus Needed Beyond Airports

Airports are succeeding in lowering the risk of damaging bird strikes, but dangers centered farther from airfields need more attention, the latest U.S. wildlife strike data shows. The number of damaging strikes at commercial airports was 241 in 2013, a 37% decline from a peak of 380 in 2000. The...

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