U.S Airfreighter Says FAA’s ADS-B Mandate Needs To be Extended

U.S. cargo carrier Ameriflight is cautioning the FAA that a mandate to equip aircraft with automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) “out” avionics by January 2020 may be too optimistic. The operator has filed a request for exemption from the FAA rule, noting that it anticipates “supply...

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