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
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The latest version of the Equip ADS-B Marketplace released Friday, September 1.
Stephen Smothers, Founder of Equip ADS-B Marketplace will showcase the new features at the 2017 AOPA Fly-In in Norman, OK September 8 – 9.
Here’s a preview of the new features from the Getting Started Series:
1 Aircraft Owners | How to Register for an ADS-B Quote
2 Aircraft Owners | How to Request Competitive Quotes
3 Aircraft Owners | How to Review Quotes and Select a Winner
6 Avionics Shops | How to Register Your Company
7 Avionics Shops | How to Find the Ideal ADS-B Installation Project
8 Avionics Shops | How to Submit a Proposal