A curated digest of the week’s best ADS-B articles for owner/pilots and aviation managers.
A closer look at ADS-B coverage in Alaska
The FAA just provided a tool to anticipate where ADS-B coverage is available, which could help you decide whether to equip your aircraft.
FAA says over 1,000 pilots never followed up on rebate
In a report released earlier this month, the FAA documents a much slower than expected response to its general aviation ADS-B rebate program.
AEA’s Role in ADS-B Installations
Find out what AEA’s President thinks is the reason why there is hesitancy in installing ADS-B equipment?
Tips to Save Time & Money
Think carefully about what upgrades you may want within the next three to five years. Installation costs for some avionics equal the cost of the hardware itself. So, you can get significant savings based on efficiently upgrading your avionics at the same time your ADS-B system is installed.
Know someone who needs help?
We are helping aircraft owners find FAA-certified avionics shops within their preferred service radius. The shops in our network are providing viable ADS-B system solutions at competitive prices. That’s the power of the online marketplace.
If you know a pilot who needs help getting ADS-B — share this link: