Manufacturers are urging FAA to remain consistent in its approach to ADS-B, warning that any indication of variances will create confusion and encourage operators to wait before they equip. Tim Taylor, president and CEO of ADS-B equipment maker Freeflight Systems, recently took that message to Capitol Hill on behalf of the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. From a manufacturer’s point of view, Taylor says, the plan laid out by FAA "is really working." FAA has ...

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