Nine months before operators must equip aircraft flying in US controlled airspace to signal their position by automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast Out (ADS-B Out), FAA has issued a statement explaining how it will handle non-equipped aircraft. FAA can issue authorizations to operators who have not equipped their aircraft for ADS-B Out as required by its Part 91.225 regulation. But the policy statement, published April 1 in the Federal Register, emphasizes that authorization requests ...

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