Monitoring data indicates that 70%-75% of European Union (EU)-registered large aircraft will comply with Europe’s automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Out equipage deadline of June 2020, according to the agency charged with coordinating the effort. Under the European Commission’s (EC) 2011 Surveillance Performance and Interoperability regulation, which has been amended twice, aircraft weighing more than 5.7 tons maximum takeoff weight and capable of cruising at ...

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