December 17, 2014

IATA, Aireon See Promise in Space-based ADS-B

Juliet Van Wagenen

[Avionics Today 12-17-2014] The cross industry task-force established by the International Transportation Aviation Association (IATA) to evaluate aircraft tracking safety technology and procedures following the tragic downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, recently submitted its recommendations to close the gaps in aircraft tracking capabilities to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). The Aircraft Tracking Task Force (ATTF) submitted the report to be considered in the...

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