Only six months remain before the FAA’s ADS-B rebate program expires. Don’t delay. It is a first come, first served rebate program that will expire on September 17, 2017, or until the 20,000 rebates are claimed. To claim your rebate, follow these six simple steps: Select the ADS-B equipment and to purchase for your aircraft Select an avionics shop to install your equipment Reserve your rebate and receive a rebate reservation code Install the ADS-B equipment on the aircraft Fly and validate that the equipment is working properly Use your rebate reservation code to claim your rebate The FAA wants to ensure that all eligible general aviation aircraft owners know that the $500 Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast Out (ADS-B Out) rebate program is designed to help … Read Full Article
Fly-In We made lots of new friends at AOPA’s 2017 Fly-In in Norman, OK September 8-9. It was our first event and a fantastic turnout. My wife, Cathleen, was a tremendous help. She loved … [Read More...]
In a recent podcast, Ric Peri, VP of Government Affairs for the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) said he believes “this industry, like any other business, will ramp up as the demand … [Read More...]
Fly per program rules to validate equipment. Download and print the Quick Reference Guide to help keep you on track. Request a Public ADS-B Performance Report that will confirm that the … [Read More...]
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