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FAA Comitted to ADS-C for US Oceanic Airspace by 2022

Date Published: 2019-08-06 Date Modified: 2019-08-06

The FAA has committed to implement by 2022 new international standards in U.S. oceanic airspace that allow reduced distances between aircraft enabled by Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Contract (ADS-C). The new minimum separation standard improves access to more direct and fuel-efficient routes. To learn more about ADS-C visit our web page here: DATALINK

Read the full report here: GAO ADS-C

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