FAA released its final policy putting in place permanent procedures for aircraft owners seeking to block their registration information from near-real-time flight-tracking programs. The policy comes about 20 months after the agency restored the program, formerly known as the Block Aircraft Registration Request (BARR), on an interim basis at the direction of Congress. FAA had taken steps to dismantle the BARR program in June 2011, issuing a policy limiting participation to ...

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