Really?  John Croft at Flightglobal writes “Legislation nearing completion in the US Congress will require the US Federal Aviation Administration to initiate a rulemaking within one year to mandate aircraft flying in ‘capacity constrained airspace’ or at ‘capacity constrained airports’ to equip with automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) “in” surveillance systems by 2020.  The direction, part of the 2012-2015 FAA funding bill expected to be approved this week or next, is in direct contradiction to the 17 November recommendations from an aviation rulemaking committee (ARC) tasked by the FAA with evaluating the same technology.  Read on…

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