JetBlue A320. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. US FAA said Thursday that it will spend $4.2 million over the next two years to equip 35 JetBlue Airways A320s with ACSS's SafeRoute ADS-B equipment, enabling the LCC to operate "more precise, satellite-based flights from Boston and New York [JFK] to Florida and the Caribbean" starting in 2012. In return, the airline has agreed to cover maintenance costs on the equipment and to share with FAA detailed data on flight ...

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