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Cape Air Flight Times Down As Much As 25% Because Of WAAS
June 07, 2013
Massachusetts-based regional carrier Cape Air has cut as much as 25% off its flight times for certain city-pairs by equipping GPS units with the wide-area augmentation system (WAAS) in its Cessna 402C fleet. To date, Cape Air has equipped 53 of its 70 402s with Garmin 430W navigator units, primarily...
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