New ADS-B Rebate Announced »

As we reported earlier, the FAA is reinstating its $500 rebate for equipage with ADS-B Out as an incentive for aircraft operators to get the new gear installed before the Jan. 1, 2020, deadline. The agency has set aside $4.9 million for the program, which will ease the financial impact on 9,800 aircraft owners and operators. More

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LSA Weight Limit Increasing... »

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ARSA Urges Review Of FAA... »

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What If They Had A PAFI And... »

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FAA To Publish Remote... »

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