Don’t expect the deadline to comply with the FAA’s NextGen mandate to move beyond 2020, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said during a meeting with reporters at AirVenture Oshkosh. It won’t.  “Don’t wait until the last minute,” Huerta said. “The mandate is not going away.”  The FAA has mandated that almost all aircraft flying in U.S. airspace above 10,000 ft. must be equipped with ADS-B Out avionics equipment by Jan. 1, ...


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