Coming Up: August/September 2021

Here's what to expect from our upcoming August/September issue.

The Avionics Mandates Issue.

Operating in the New ADS-B Airspace

Now that operators in U.S. airspace are more than a year into flying under the FAA’s 2020 ADS-B mandate, we’ll analyze how the new surveillance network is performing and what challenges remain.

What’s Next for GADSS?

You might have missed some of the regulatory and industry changes that occurred over the last year related to the International Civil Aviation Organization’s Global Aeronautical Distress and Safety System (GADSS) initiative. We’ll cover the latest developments.

The New North Atlantic Tracks

International flying hit historic lows over the last year, including airplanes traversing the North Atlantic, but as those flights return, operators will find that the data link mandates discussed for this flight information region have now become reality.

Cybersecurity

Civil aviation regulators have been continuously updating their policies around building more cyber resiliency into connected aircraft systems. We’ll give a region-by-region update on the topic.

Mandates for Drones?

As the number of commercial drone operators steadily increases, what regulatory mandates are these new airspace entrants subjected to?

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