FAA To Filter Aircraft With Non-Performing ADS-B Equipment

The FAA will implement a filter to prevent certain aircraft equipped with automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Out transponders from transmitting erroneous information. Filtering will begin on Jan. 2, says a Dec. 20 notice published in the Federal Register. According to the notice, the...

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