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HOME2020-02-11T22:01:52+00:00

ADS-B Deadline Has Passed

We've always said, "the most expensive airplane is the one you can't fly."

There are many of those this week!

After January 1, 2020, pilots/operators using aircraft that do not meet ADS-B Out equipage or performance requirements may request an authorization to deviate from the rule to access ADS-B Out rule airspace.

The FAA has developed the ADS-B Deviation Authorization Preflight Tool (ADAPT) to manage these authorization requests.

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An ADAPT authorization will be required

for flights occurring in ADS-B Out rule airspace starting at 12:01 am Eastern Standard Time on January 2, 2020.

In order to be considered for an ADS-B deviation authorization with ADAPT, requests must meet the following criteria:

  • Aircraft must be equipped with an operational transponder and operational altitude encoder (e. g., Mode C)
  • Request submitted no more than 24 hours before flight
  • Request submitted no less than 1 hour before flight

Please note: The FAA will not issue in-flight authorizations to operators of non-equipped aircraft, nor will air traffic control (ATC) facilities accept requests for these types of authorizations by telephone.

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