Following the implementation of the Regulation (EU) No 376/2014 on the reporting, analysis and follow-up of occurrences in civil aviation, and in accordance with the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1018, laying down a list classifying occurrences in civil aviation to be mandatorily reported wildlife strikes including bird strikes, will not be differentiated from other reportable occurrences.
The birdstrike reporting form SRG 2004 and the UK Birdstrike reporting portal will be withdrawn from 1 August 2017.
Two reporting formats are available:
Advice on reporting methods can be found on our Occurrence Reporting (CAP 382) web pages.
We are aware of issues with reporting Birdstrikes through the EU Reporting Portal where the portal may not collect the same level of detail the UK Birdstrike reporting system has done for many years.
We are working with EASA on improving the reporting portal to try and ensure the same level of analysis can be conducted on your behalf.
For additional information, contact email@example.com.
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