FAA’s final rule outlining equipment requirements for Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) received a mixed reaction from industry groups, which see the FAA as the primary beneficiary. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced Thursday the release of the much-anticipated rule, stating the agency has reached a “major NextGen milestone.” FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt, who joined LaHood in the announcement, says the release marks “A step across the threshold. This rule ...

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