SUMMARY:
AirServices Australia published upper airspace mandate 2013, which requires fitment and operation of approved ADS-B avionics equipment mandatory on, and from, Dec. 12, 2013.

MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS:
On Feb. 27, 2009, the director of aviation safety made multiple instruments, which effectively operate in combination to ensure new requirements for the use of ADS-B transmitting equipment apply, according to their terms, to all Australian aircraft, foreign aircraft in Australian territory engaged in regular public transport, charter or aerial work operations and foreign private aircraft in Australian territory. The 2013 upper airspace mandate can be viewed at: www.airservicesaustralia.com/projects/ads-b/upper-airspace-mandate-2013/.

Read on… https://www.aea.net/governmentaffairs/regulatoryupdates_item.asp?ID=85

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