Efforts To Improve Tracking, Data Recovery Face Standardization Hurdles

Credit: Nigel Howarth/AW&ST
The global push to implement a complete strategy to improve aircraft tracking and flight data recorder recovery faces two key hurdles: avoiding a prescriptive approach of piecemeal, country-by-country rules and—in the U.S., at least—a favorable cost-benefit analysis, a U.S. Government Accountability...

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