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Crunch Coming As ADS-B Compliance Mandate Nears

Kirby Harrison | The Weekly of Business Aviation

It has been a decade since the FAA announced a requirement for aircraft automatic dependence surveillance broadcast (ADS-B).

The mandatory compliance date of Jan. 1, 2020, is now only about 100 days away, and the push is on for owners and operators to comply with the required aircraft upgrades. 

As of mid-September, 77% of U.S. business jets, or 11,305 aircraft, were compliant with ADS-B, Duncan Aviation Satellite Operations Manager Matt Nelson said. That leaves 3,384 not yet in compliance. At the current compliance rate, at least 1,600 aircraft will not be compliant by the deadline...

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