AC 150/5200-33BPROTECTION OF APPROACH, DEPARTURE, AND CIRCLING AIRSPACE. For all airports, the FAA recommends a distance of 5 statute miles between the farthest edge of the airport’s AOA and the hazardous wildlife attractant if the attractant could cause hazardous wildlife movement into or across the approach or departure airspace.
Not Your Parent’s Airport“Miracle on the Hudson” gave high profile guidance of what might be expected of an airport’s wildlife management Initial question: What is LGA doing about wildlife? Within 5 miles radius recommendation for wildlife attractant management (AC 33B)
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