While FAA continues to progress on the ground infrastructure for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B), nearly 98% of general aviation aircraft have yet to equip with approved systems. FAA in May 2010 gave a 2020 deadline for all aircraft that fly above 10,000 ft. msl or in Class B or C airspace to install approved equipment for ADS-B Out.  At the time, many general aviation groups called the prolonged deadline appropriate given thousands of aircraft that needed to equip, ...

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