US Airways to participate in FAA ADS-B trial

01/26/2009 | Aviation Week & Space Technology

US Airways will retrofit its Airbus A330 fleet for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast as part of a new FAA trial that will test the effectiveness of satellite-based navigation links in crowded Northeast and trans-Atlantic airspace. The FAA will contribute more than $6 million toward the cost of the equipment, which is manufactured by Aviation Communications and Surveillance Systems.

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