AVWEB: ADS-B FULL DEPLOYMENT BY 2013 ADS-B will be fully operational in the U.S. by 2013; the FAA announced Friday that it had approved full deployment of the satellite and ground-based system…..
CNN: Global Positioning Systems (GPS) may already guide millions of cars around the world, but airplanes are still guided by a 70-year-old radar technology.That is changing in the United States where….
AOPA: Cessna CEO is not sold on benefits of ADS-BJack Pelton, CEO of Cessna Aircraft, said costs and benefits should be analyzed for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast. The Federal Aviation Administration….
FAA: ADS-B technology officially up and running in Alaska Air traffic controllers in Alaska are now officially using Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast technology to improve safety and efficiency, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Thursday….More SeattlePI.com
AOPA: ADS-B: The next 10 years AOPA Online. FAA unveils new $10M lab focusing on air traffic control research The FAA unveiled a new $10 million lab in New Jersey…..
AOPA questions benefit of new ADS-B ruleA new FAA rule requiring the use of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast equipment has raised concern among aviation groups. The regulation calls for operators to….
AOPA: FAA awards more than $4 Billion in NextGen contracts: The FAA announced one of its largest-ever contract awards, up to $4.4 billion for early-stage implementation of the NextGen air traffic….
DALLAS MORNING STAR: FAA chief says air traffic upgrades are on their wayFAA Administration Randy Babbitt was interviewed about the progress of NextGen technology and it’s ramifications for airlines and….
AVWEB: RANDY BABBITT SPEAKS AT AEAThe FAA Administrator at the Aircraft Electronics Association annual meeting in Orlando described some of the advantages of NextGen, the highly touted and much anticipated….
AOPA: Murky policies and competing interests are bigger impediments than technology when it comes to implementing the NextGen air traffic control system, according to stakeholders and regulators..more NextGov.com (4/6)