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Miltronix have Launched the Newest State of the Art 3D Bird Strike Radar System in the World

Miltronix Innovative 3D Bird Strike Radar System can help to prevent such type of incidents with it's state of the art radar technology. They are Here to Help Prevent Bird Strikes on All Aircrafts - www.miltronix.co.uk
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London, 12 June, 2018 - Miltronix have Launched the Newest State of the Art 3D Bird Strike Radar System in the World. The company offers a range of state of the art radar systems specially designed to meet the stringent military, homeland security and civilian applications. 

Incident: PIA B772 at Lahore on Jun 2nd 2018, Bird Strike on Landing 

A PIA Pakistan International Airlines Boeing 777-200, registration AP-BHX performing flight PK-710 (dep Jun 1st) from Manchester (UK) to Lahore (Pakistan), was on final approach to Lahore's runway 36R when the left-hand engine (GE90) ingested a bird. The crew continued for a safe landing on runway 36R. The airline reported mechanics were dispatched to Lahore to repair the engine, two parts of the engine needed to be replaced. The aircraft remained on the ground for about 10 hours, then was able to depart for flight PK-757 to London Heathrow. 

Miltronix Innovative 3D Bird Strike Radar System can help to prevent such type of incidents with it's state of the art radar technology. They are Here to Help Prevent Bird Strikes on All Aircrafts - www.miltronix.co.uk
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Miltronix have launched the newest State of the Art 3D Bird Strike Radar system in the world

Miltronix have launched the newest State of the Art 3D Bird Strike Radar system in the world | SMART TECH GADGETS | Scoop.it
Looking for a quality radar system? Miltronix offers the most up-to-date radar solutions to meet the homeland security, stringent military and civilian applications.
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We are here to Help Prevent Bird Strikes on All Aircrafts - www.miltronix.co.uk 

'Bird Strike' Causes Virgin Australia Flight from Brisbane to Perth to Make Emergency Landing A Virgin Australia plane was left circling Brisbane Airport for over three hours last night after a "minor engineering issue". 

The VA474 Perth-bound flight was due to take off around 10 pm last night when it was believed a bird collided with the plane. The pilot decided as a precautionary measure the flight should not continue. 

He circled the plane along the Queensland coast before returning to make an emergency landing at Brisbane shortly before 1 am this morning, leaving passengers stranded. Virgin Australia released a statement saying the incident was due to an engineering problem. However, the airline was questioned over its decision to circle the airport rather than proceed with the five-hour flight. 

Media Contact: Peter Hirst 
E-Mai: ph@miltronix.co.uk 
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