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Ensuring the ornithological safety of aircraft flights in conditions of deep uncertainty

  • 1 The International Centre of Decision Choice and Analysis of the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE University) Moscow, Russian Federation

Abstract

Analysed the influence of the threat of an aircraft collision with birds as the most important factor in flight safety (bird strike problem). An analytical review of aviation accidents with birds for the period 2010-2022 was carried out. The problem of ensuring ornithological flight safety considered as decision-making under conditions of uncertainty problem. Existing approaches to assessing the level of ornithological danger in aviation and decision-making are discussed. A scenario approach to reducing the risk of bird strike danger as a task of decisions making in conditions of uncertainty is proposed

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