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Examples of the types of projects BML delivers over and above our routine service delivery;



BML have worked closely with a number international airlines to help reduce risk exposure from birds. In 2023 we are currently working for airlines reviewing overall risks across their networks in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and South America.



BML staff are happy to provide our expertise directly to the regulatory agencies to help deliver improved standards around the world. We worked with the UK CAA to update CAP 772 guidance, currently sit on the ICAO Wildlife Hazard Management Expert Working Group and assisted EASA with their together 4 safety wildlife hazard management initiatives coming out of COVID19 restrictions.


BML expertise is now facilitating the insurance industry with reducing their exposure to risk from wildlife strikes around the globe. By working closely with a range of risk management experts, development of integrated systems to evaluate and review risks across whole networks are being developed.
Birdstrike engine insurance


BML have provided the independent assessments and reviews used to enable major airport developers to understand their obligations to wildlife control and to link these through biodiversity gains where practicable. We are brought in by hundreds of small developers each year and are used for large scale projects including; Heathrow T2, Istanbul terminal, Birmingham HS2, Heathrow R3, Gatwick R2 and Dublin masterplanning. Most recently we are currently advising on proposals for a new airport development in Portugal.


BML staff have worked on full delivery of wildlife hazard management plans, monitoring of hazards, assessments of strike risks and development of management protocols for a number of significant airport developments including Hong Kong's Chep Lap Kok Airport, the new Istanbul Aiport (IGA), the proposed new Lisbon Airport, the proposed 4th London Airport, the 3rd runway at Heathrow, 2nd runway at Gatwick etc. BML are available to assist with assessing the wildlife strike impacts at new airport sites as required.
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BML staff developed the program of training used as a basis for many regulators around the world. Assuring the quality of that training required accreditation that was simply not available directly from many National Aviation Authorities. In 2017, BML therefore engaged with several quality assurance programs before selecting City and Guilds to provide independent oversight and accreditation of our delivery. Our courses all now meet the required standard and provide airports with the reassurance that what has always been a quality training product is now fully accredited. 
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