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World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

World Birdstrike Association

The WBA... Aviation Safety Around the World

aim

Aim

The aim is to reduce the bird strike risk, reduce the damage costs and maintain safety in an increasing green environment.

Target

Targets

A number of concrete targets have been defined, including the development of an action plan on the mitigation of the bird strike risk.

mission

Mission

The mission of the WBA is to be the global voice of the national bird/wildlife strike committees and other entities, civil and military.

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