Buildings: Bird Control for Airports


Continental Airlines hangar
Airport warehouse
StealthNet protecting airport hangar

Protecting Airports and Hangars

Many airports and airfields are located near marshlands or water where geese and other large birds reside. Besides creating runway hazards, birds often roost and nest in the rafters of hangars, leaving bird droppings, feathers and other nesting materials on floors and planes. Debris landing on engine parts can cause dangerous malfunctions. Bird droppings can also create dangerous slip-and-fall hazards to maintenance crews.

Bird Control Products for Airports and Hangars