CAA instructs airlines to take measures to avoid bird collisions


The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has advised pilots of airlines to take careful measures to avoid collisions with birds, especially during take-off and landings.

According to details, the alarmingly increasing number of birds had become a headache for Allama Iqbal International Airport and CAA authorities. The CAA has advised airlines to take measures to avoid collisions with birds. A notum issued by the CAA said that the number of birds has increased drastically in the airport surroundings.

Domestic and International airlines have been advised to take preemptive measures to avoid collisions. The increase of birds around the airport is caused by the number of trash bins and the increase of hotels around the area.—INP

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