October 30, 2014

The Three-Year NextGen Plan: DataComm, MRO, PBN and Surface Ops

Juliet Van Wagenen

Industry and FAA collaborate to deliver NextGen technology and benefits. Photo: Aireon [Avionics Today 10-30-2014] Navigating the vast arena of NextGen technologies, procedures and regulations has proven a somewhat daunting task. The FAA, however, looking to provide a realistic roadmap for the program, released a three-year prioritization report earlier this month in an effort to help airports, airlines, Air Traffic Controllers (ATC) and the travelling public see the benefits of the program now, rather...

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