The U.S. equipage rate to meet the FAA’s ADS-B requirements by the Jan. 1, 2020, deadline rose to 79% for business aircraft in July, an increase from 56% a year ago, according to FlightAware.  Of the 17,494 turbine-powered business aircraft registered in the U.S., 13,862 have been equipped while 3,632 have not, the report says.  The FAA is modernizing the U.S. air transportation system and moving to a satellite system rather than radar technology to observe and track air ...


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