New Zealand’s aviation sector is preparing for the nationwide rollout of a new surveillance network that represents a step-change in technology and capability for the country’s air-traffic control system. Widespread deployment of the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) network began this year, with the first of two equipage deadlines for aircraft operators due in December. Benefits of the system will include more accurate aircraft tracking as well as extending ...


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