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Dear during landing portion PL remain much vigilent for these flying FOD.... but once PL reaches his final aproach and landing speed after this it is much difficult for PL to avoid these... So in my opinion it is the duty of mobil as well as ATC to clear enviroment from birds near the landing points.... 

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23 hours ago, Moeed hassan said:

Dear during landing portion PL remain much vigilent for these flying FOD.... but once PL reaches his final aproach and landing speed after this it is much difficult for PL to avoid these... So in my opinion it is the duty of mobil as well as ATC to clear enviroment from birds near the landing points.... 

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Munir Abbasi

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On 10/12/2018 at 10:21 PM, Moeed hassan said:

Dear during landing portion PL remain much vigilent for these flying FOD.... but once PL reaches his final aproach and landing speed after this it is much difficult for PL to avoid these... So in my opinion it is the duty of mobil as well as ATC to clear enviroment from birds near the landing points.... 

ho*Eagle become blind ?

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Well if u want to hear right from the horse's mouth; it varies from pilot to pilot and at times bird to bird. Some pilots through experience can actually forecast movement of a flock or solitary hovering bird while others can't. Also, with experience a pilot's spare mental capacity on final approach increases as he can handle the aircraft easily; thus making him relatively more Bird conscious. Nonetheless, some birds just do not give enough warning / time to manoeuver e.g. Pigeons, doves, starlings. As a general rule, bigger birds render more reaction time to the pilot; owing to their (Bird's) lesser manoeuverability and ease of visual spotting for the pilot. Thx

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On 11/30/2018 at 10:08 PM, PAF_Herc said:

Well if u want to hear right from the horse's mouth; it varies from pilot to pilot and at times bird to bird. Some pilots through experience can actually forecast movement of a flock or solitary hovering bird while others can't. Also, with experience a pilot's spare mental capacity on final approach increases as he can handle the aircraft easily; thus making him relatively more Bird conscious. Nonetheless, some birds just do not give enough warning / time to manoeuver e.g. Pigeons, doves, starlings. As a general rule, bigger birds render more reaction time to the pilot; owing to their (Bird's) lesser manoeuverability and ease of visual spotting for the pilot. Thx

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hu: Bat bird  become blind while approaching?

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