Canada To Require ADS-B Capability Starting In 2023

Nav Canada photo
Tower controllers monitor operations at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
Credit: Nav Canada
Air navigation service provider (ANSP) Nav Canada will require that aircraft be equipped to transmit their position by automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Out by Feb. 23, 2023 when flying above 12,500 ft. and will phase in the requirement for lower airspace classes “no sooner than...

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