Nearly a decade after the FAA published a final regulation describing automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Out performance requirements, the rule’s January 2020 compliance date is hard on the horizon. Five months from the deadline, surveys indicate that a majority of aircraft within different aviation segments will be equipped with ADS-B—in some segments, not nearly all that should be.  As of Jan. 1, aircraft flying in most controlled airspace must have the ...

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