JetBlue Airways is considering private funding for the installation of three automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) ground systems in the Caribbean to provide radar-like coverage for flights to and from Puerto Rico. Joe Bertapelle, director of strategic airspace programs for JetBlue, says the carrier is in discussions with other U.S. carriers about co-funding the project, which would cost about $1 million per ground station. Bertapelle, speaking to Aviation Week at the Air ...
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