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Pennsylvania's airports have an increased potential to experience significant damage to aircraft from a bird/ aircraft strike because the airports are situated in the Atlantic Flyway, a north-south migration corridor for birds. To address this and other wildlife hazards, WS personnel in Pennsylvania contributed 10.167 staff years to provide assistance at 21 civil, 6 joint use, and 2 military airports for a total of 29 airports in FY 2010. In addition, technical training was provided at 10 airports for 273 airport personnel.



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