ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey—United Airlines and Alaska Airlines will test “paired approaches” to parallel runways using automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) In flight deck displays to guide pilots, an FAA official said. Planned in 2019, the paired-approach demonstration builds on the development of a Flight Deck Interval Management (FIM) prototype system NASA funded under its Air Traffic Management Technology Demonstration-1 (ATD-1) effort. Using ADS-B In ...

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