Industry mixed over FAA mandate on ADS-B

06/8/2010 | Weekly of Business Aviation, The

The aviation industry has had a mixed reaction to a new FAA rule that requires all aircraft flying in Class A, B and C airspace above 10,000 feet to be equipped with the Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast system by 2020. The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association argued that the new equipment will only duplicate what currently exists and will come at a high cost to general aviation aircraft owners, and others say the only real beneficiary will be the FAA.

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