The FAA said the last two of 155 planned airports now receive and display aircraft targets by automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B), completing its final implementation goal for the program. Akron-Canton Airport and Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport, both in Ohio, became operational for ADS-B in September. Aircraft flying in most controlled airspace will be required to transmit their GPS-derived position and other information by ADS-B by January. “This brings the ...

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