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Edition 3

From the General Managers

Jill Brix, General Manager Australia and Jeff Follett, General Manager North America.

This year, 2020, will be remembered by industry for what Forbes magazine calls the ‘worst downturn in aviation history’, with passenger travel reduced globally by up to 90 per cent.  
Importantly, it will also be remembered for how the aviation industry fought hard to keep our communities connected, freight routes open, and above all, how we continued to keep aviation safe.
We are immensely proud that Avisure, through the united efforts of our team of specialists and business partners, has proven its resilience during this time.


Avisure Announces New Website!

We are very excited to launch our newly designed website.  After many months of hard work, we are delighted that it is officially live! We wanted to make the new website faster, easier to navigate, and more user-friendly.

Bet you didn't know we love to write. Check out our news page, visit frequently asked questions, and we've put together some useful contacts for you. We have compiled with the assistance of Richard Dolbeer, the most comprehensive database of fatalities and destroyed aircraft globally, and so much more.

Our Services page is set up to highlight issues you may be facing, and offer solutions and benefits. A very different way of showcasing how we can assist you with your issues.  

Visit our website and sign up to our newsletter to receive Avisure updates and information on wildlife risk mitigation. 

Got a fly or mosquito problem? Call in the ‘A’ team

Although we’re best known for managing the safety of aircraft and birds, Avisure also manage other flying species which can cause health and safety concerns, both for aviation and the general public, flies and mosquitoes! 

Client Spotlight

Gold Coast Airport

Avisure has had the pleasure of working with Gold Coast Airport since 1997 when they were first brought us in for wildlife strike advice. 

Faces of Avisure

Shane Van Dijk

My favourite aircraft is, without a doubt, the Lockheed P-3 Orion. My family home is near the RAAF Base in South Australia, barely a couple of kilometres away from the airfield, so would often see them conducting circuits at all hours of the day from the front porch.

Western Central Flyway. Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada 2018 Population Status of Migratory Game Birds in Canada.

More 'lesser snow geese'

How many times have you considered a wildlife hazard 4,000 km (2500 miles) or more from your aerodrome? What if that hazard was not only a long distance away, but also some time in the future? That’s the scenario which faced North American airports along the Western Central Flyway.

WELCOME to the new members of our global team

Liam Peake - Canada
Wildlife Management Technician
Alex Stirling - Canada
Wildlife Management Technician
Madeline Williams - Canada
Wildlife Management Technician
Dylan Collins - USA
Unified Pest Management Coordinator
Ani Jo Joseph - Canada
Wildlife Management Technician

New Manual of Standards (MOS) - Are you ready?

Is your airport ready for the new Manual of Standards (MOS)? Requirements to manage wildlife hazards have changed and these provisions will come into effect in August 2020. Now is the time get your ducks in a row (or plovers, or magpies, or whatever species is creating a strike risk at your airport) and our wildlife experts at Avisure can help you.

Check out our Capability Statement
Video: Do you have your "ducks in a row" around the new MOS?

     Results of the 2020 Aussie Backyard Bird Count

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