FAA, EASA Advance 2035 ‘Vision’ For Connectivity

Data comm
A pilot points to a datalink message sent to a UPS Boeing 767 through the FAA’s Data Comm system.
Credit: Bill Carey
The FAA and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) are advancing a joint “vision” for cockpit connectivity that combines aviation ground and satellite datalinks “and commercial broadband solutions” for future air traffic management (ATM), operational and safety communications with pilots...

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