AVIATION CASE STUDIES
Strike risk is different at every airport and is influenced by the particular hazards present. Globally, wildlife strikes cost the Civil Aviation Authority £900m per year with an average strike cost estimated at £27,000.
With Scarecrow, the Airport has seen an 80% reduction in airfield bird sightings in the last year which has minimised the risk of bird strike.
Václav Havel Airport Prague is the main international airport of Prague, the capital of Czech Republic It serves around 15 million passengers to over 155 scheduled destinations annually through c148,000 aircraft movements.
We spoke to Jan Kadlec, Head of Airfield Operations, who has worked at the airport for 26 years, about the Scarecrow systems and how they form a part of their overall Wildlife Hazard Management Plan
Christchurch International Airport is the main airport that serves Christchurch, New Zealand it first opened in 1940 and became New Zealand’s first international airport in 1950. It is the second busiest airport in New Zealand and serves around 6 million passengers annually through c100,000 aircraft movements.
Christchurch Airport were the first users of the original Scarecrow Data Logging system Ultima back in 2007.
Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, situated in San Juan, Puerto Rico, is the busiest airport in the Caribbean by passenger traffic, acting as a hub between the Caribbean and mainland USA. The airport is a joint civil-military operation, and falls under the remit of the FAA. It is one of very few airports under FAA jurisdiction that is privatized.
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