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The FAA reported the widespread introduction of ADS-B

According to the project, the last two of 155 US airports began to operate ADS-B.
OCTOBER, 24 / 2019 / 1 MINUTE
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According to the project, the last two of 155 US airports began to operate ADS-B.
According to the official website of the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States (FAA), this is Akron-Canton Airport and Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport in Ohio. "We can talk about the early successful completion of the basic ADS-B services deployment. Until January 1, 2020, all aircraft flying in a particular controlled airspace must be equipped with this technology", the FAA website reports.
It is noted that at present, ADS-B operates throughout the United States, including the airports themselves, approach and approach for landing sections, as well as surveillance at high altitudes.
ADS-B In equipped aircraft are capable of observing their location relative to other aircraft in real time. ADS-B In is not mandatory in the United States, but is operated due to the ability to receive signals directly from other aircraft.
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