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A relationship of over 20 years—Gold Coast Airport

We have had the pleasure of working with Gold Coast Airport since 1997, when they first brought Avisure in for wildlife strike advice. During our long-standing relationship—over 20 years—Avisure has assisted Gold Coast Airport in providing on-ground dispersal, delivering wildlife hazard management training, performing on- and off-airport wildlife surveys, wildlife egg and nest removal, performing

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The case of the keyhole wasp

Pachodynerus nasidens (Hymenoptera: Vespid) By Alan P.N. House, Jackson G. Ring, Matthew J. Hill, Phillip P. Shaw While birds and other vertebrates are well-known hazards to aviation at airports, the threat posed by invertebrates is less well understood. Highlights Potentially catastrophic threat to aircraft from the introduced keyhole wasp Nesting in pitot probes leads to

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New Zealand Airports Association Conference 2019

Picture: from l. to r.—Nicolaas, Tim, Jill and Anil. ‘An airport’s best friend: using dogs for wildlife hazard management’ Jill Brix, Avisure’s Principal Aviation Consultant, was invited to speak at the New Zealand Airports Conference 2019 held in Auckland on the 23-25th October. Jill presented ‘An airport’s best friend: using dogs for wildlife hazard management’

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