The U.S. Defense Department and the FAA are negotiating to allow some military aircraft that will not be equipped to signal their position via automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) to continue operating beyond the FAA’s Jan. 1, 2020, ADS-B equipage deadline. The FAA published the ADS-B “Out” regulation in May 2010; it requires that aircraft flying above 18,000 ft. or internationally be fitted with GPS and Mode S Extended Squitter (1090 MHz) transponders to ...


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