WASHINGTON—Avionics manufacturer ACSS says it provided equipment for the first flight demonstration in China of an automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) In application on an airliner. ACSS, a joint venture 70% owned by L3 and 30% owned by Thales, made the announcement Dec. 7 about a milestone that occurred earlier this year. Three Juneyao Airlines Airbus A321s displayed the air traffic situational awareness, enhanced visual separation on approach (ATSA-VSA) ADS-B In ...

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