A landing and taking-off area for civil aircraft, usually with surfaced runways and aircraft maintenance and passenger facilities. (Source: CED)

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Hauptfleisch ML, Avenant NL 2016. Actual and perceived collision risk for bird strikes at Namibian airports. Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology 87 (2) 161-171
Hauptfleisch M, Bockmühl D, D'Alton C, Avenant N The Benefit of studying ecosystems at Namibian airports.
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Hauptfleisch M, Knox NM, Heita P, Aschenborn O, Mackenzie ML 2020. An analysis of the risk of collisions between aircraft and vultures in Namibia. Namibian Journal of Environment 4 (A) 41-49
2004. Airstrips in Ngamiland district, Botswana.
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Hauptfleisch ML, Dalton C 2015. Arthropod phototaxis and its possible effect on bird strike risk at two Namibian airports. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 13 (4) 957-965
Hauptfleisch M 2009. Impact Assessment (IA) to solve Aircraft-Wildlife Collisions. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment 16-22
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Hauptfleisch ML, Avenant NL, Tsowaseb A 2013. Aircraft-wildlife collisions at two major Namibian airports from 2006–2010. South African Journal of Wildlife Research 43 (2) 177-178