From Fox 5:
Authorities say they want a sophisticated bird-detection system at a New York airport where a US Airways plane took off before splashing down in the Hudson River.
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Aviation Director William De Cota says the system could easily encompass all three major regional airports -- LaGuardia, John F. Kennedy and Newark.
He says the system is already slated to be deployed at Kennedy airport. The system beeps when birds fly near a jet, allowing air traffic controllers to warn pilots.