The FAA is spending over $200 million to study the birdstrike problem at 2000 general aviation airports. A sample study and its cost are here:
I propose we solve the problem not simply study it. Detect the birds and relay their position to the cockpit with a new invention www.onebirdstrike.com
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Clearing wildlife from airport runways and surrounding areas from dawn till dusk doesn’t sound like the dream job for someone in their upper 40s — except for Jet.