A critical Department of Transportation Inspector General report on ADS-B is drawing mixed reaction from industry, showing a divide among stakeholders over the looming 2020 equipage deadlines. Compiled at the request of the House transportation appropriations subcommittee, the report finds that "ADS-B benefits are limited due to a lack of advanced capabilities and delays in user equipage." For general aviation operators, who are already questioning the benefits of equipage, the ...

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