Aviation Hazard

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Aviation Hazard

The additional risk a person carries for being involved in air flights other than regular, commercial flights. An aviation hazard carries higher premiums on insurance policies.
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Prime Minister Imran Khan has asked departments and agencies concerned to formulate rules for the purpose and also identify the areas where high-rise buildings could not be built due to aviation hazards, which should be kept to the minimum.
'In the best interest of safety of domestic and international air travelers flying in and out of this municipality of Kalibo, as well as the general welfare of our residents and the general public, there is a need to ensure the air-safety radius of our Kalibo International Airport free from all aviation hazards,' de la Cruz said.
Two groups of residents and environmentalists have asked the Court of Appeals (CA) to stop the construction of a coal plant in Subic, Zambales, that would cause aviation hazards and environment damage.
She was immediately put to work analyzing data from the groundbreaking Joint Airport Weather Studies Experiment, which changed the way the world understood microburst aviation hazards. She was also fortunate enough to be paid to chase storms and coauthor an important Monthly Weather Review paper with Jim Wilson titled, "Initiation of Convective Storms and Radar-Observed Boundary-Layer Convergence Lines." One of her most memorable experiences from her NCAR days was the night during the Microburst and Severe Thunderstorm experiment that she spent with a C-band Doppler radar playing back the day's data and analyzing it with Tetsuya "Ted" Fujita.
The model can be used for marking obstacles or aviation hazards at airports or other tall structures located outside the airport or aerodrome.
seeking a major role identifying aviation hazards before they can cause crashes." Really?
Background: The Web-Enabled Safety System 2 (WESS 2) for non-aviation mishaps and hazards (including aviation hazards) is on-line and ready for fleet users to enter data.
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