A Middle East Airlines (MEA) airplane takes off at Beirut airport, Monday, April 20, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Experts and officials Friday tested recently installed ultrasonic bird-repelling devices at Beirut airport to ascertain their effectiveness in a move to ensure aviation safety following reports of birds hitting planes.Gen. Mohammad Kheir, and Hariri adviser Fadi Fawaz visited Rafik Hariri International Airport for a meeting with administrative and security officials at the facility, an airport source told The Daily Star.Airport officials also said that a total of 40 devices would be installed across the whole airport.
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