GE Aviation's PBN Servicessaid it deployed the "first public-use Required Navigation Performance procedure in Alaska" at Deadhorse, located more than 200 mi. above the Arctic Circle. The company said the procedure became available for public use "just four months after GE submitted documentation to the FAA for processing, transmittal and publication." Last August GE became the first commercial third-party to deploy a public instrument flight procedure in the US, ...

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