Birds striking planes cause an estimated 1.2 billion dollars worth of damage annually, not to mention sporadic deaths. Here’s a simple solution sent to me by reader Steve:
Reblogged this on emmageraln.
Or you could put talons on the underside of the plane.
Here kitty kitty!
Shouldn’t we say that it’s planes striking birds, not the other way around? That’s what the picture says, too.
But would it stop a knife-wielding eagle?
So now we have to look out for extra weaponized eagles here in Sweden?
Won’t work. There’d be a blizzard of mockingbirds pasted over that airplane like gnats on car windshield.
I didn’t know passenger planes could take a full LOL.
Already been done! Well…kind of: http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/10/view/20841/hello-kitty-airplane-fleet-for-eva-air.html
I can haz kleeruns for takeoff?
Maybe a sonar could scare unwanted birds away. If sonars can kill dolphins and whales, they surely can at least scare the critters.
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