Bird Strike Hazard - Public Awareness Messages

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Lahore

Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) bird strike hazard awareness message leaflets dropped from a Cessna aircraft over populated areas that come under the flight path of aircraft landing and departing from Lahore Airport including Royal Artillery (R. A.) Bazaar, Al Faisal Town, Harbanspura and Bhatta Chowk.

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Gilgit

Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) bird strike hazard awareness message leaflets distributed to chicken meat shops in areas around Gilgit Airport.

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Bahawalpur

Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) bird strike hazard awareness campaign in areas around Bahawalpur Airport.

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IS THIS A SOLUTION?

CAA suspends morning flights at Lahore airport

LAHORE:
Springing into action over increasing incidents of bird strikes, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has banned the take-off and landing of passenger aircraft at the Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore between 5 am to 8 am from July 11 to September 15.

The authority recorded an increase in bird strikes over the past few weeks during the monsoon season and decided to ban the landing and take-off of passenger planes during the said hours.

It also issued a notice to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and other local and foreign airlines to change the landing and take-off hours in the morning. The airlines have been directed to ensure compliance.

Acting on the directives, the national flag carrier has changed its flight schedule.

This ban will be applicable to all types of passenger planes for two months and has been especially enforced to make air travel safer on Eidul Azha.

The CAA has also decided to launch an awareness campaign for residents of localities around the airport to ensure that they discard garbage in trashcans during Eid and the monsoon season so that air safety can be ensured.

Last month, the aviation authority released hair-raising statistics of bird strikes, revealing that out of 622 incidents recorded in the past four-and-a-half years, 198 took place at the Lahore airport alone, causing financial damage to local and foreign airlines.

https://tribune.com.pk/story/2365556/ca ... re-airport