Following successful trials involving several UK licensed aerodromes,
online reporting for birdstrike occurrence was introduced on 1 January 2008. Online reporting is the preferred method for reporting birdstrike occurrences to the CAA, however form
SRG 2004 (formerly CA 1282) will still be available for a further period of time. Reportees are reminded that form SRG 2004 cannot be completed or submitted online, but should be either faxed to the number notified on the form, or posted using the Freepost address.
The CAA's view is that the volume of birdstrikes reported at a particular airport or aerodrome does not imply greater hazard. Due to the limitations of unanalysed raw data, users should exercise extreme caution in forming any conclusion or opinion based on quantitative data alone. The CAA disclaims all responsibility for any interpretation which might be made by others in receipt of this birdstrike data.
The CAA intends to publish and review relevant data within certain time scales, as listed below.
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