FAA Wants to Keep Bird Collision Data Secret

The FAA has filed a "little-noticed" rule change that would bar the public from seeing its "extensive" data about aircraft and bird collisions dating back to 1990. According to a report, the FAA's rationale for this is it believes the information could "mislead the public" and prompt some airports and others not to report bird strikes on planes. 

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By Planet Data

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