Solving Pigeon Problems for Harrods Aviation
Our Harris Hawks are flying to the aid of fellow aviation experts Harrods Aviation.
The bird control team at Van Vynck are out in force once again! This time the company’s Harris Hawks are flying to the aid of fellow aviation experts Harrods Aviation. Harrods Aviation have been struggling with nuisance pigeons in their hangar at Luton airport and have commissioned Van Vynck to undertake a falconry programme to resolve the issue.
Harrods Aviation is a little known subsidiary of the famous Knightsbridge store, acquired in 1995 when Harrods Holdings purchased Hunting Business Aviation, a company with an aviation history stretching as far back as the 1930s. The company operates as a fixed-base operator (FBO) from both Luton and Stansted airports. The company was sold in 2010 when the then owner of Harrods Group, Mohammed Al Fayed sold the group to the Qatari royal family's investment company for a reported £1.5bn.