The US mainline airline fleet is 85% compliant with the FAA’s approaching deadline to equip aircraft for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Out position reporting, a “compliance snapshot” presented to the NextGen Advisory Committee (NAC) reveals. Regional carriers are 78% equipped for the January 2020 deadline, according to the snapshot, which indicates an accelerating month-over-month pace of installations. As of the regulatory deadline, the FAA requires ...

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