The data does not include experimental aircraft or light-sport aircraft.
Only 53% of rotorcraft will be equipped with ADS-B Out by the Jan. 1, 2020, deadline.
The webinar is for aircraft owners who have not equipped with ADS-B.
"This solution provides an ADS-B compliant installation to meet the 2020 mandates with a wired solution."
Worries about privacy have kept some aircraft owners from equipping with ADS-B.
Roughly one hour after a flight, go to the FAA’s website and request a Public ADS-B Performance Report (PAPR). The PAPR helps you verify that your ADS-B equipment is functioning properly.
All 20,000 rebates have been issued.
ADS-B is now operational at air traffic control facilities across the country, including airports, Terminal Radar Approach Control Facilities, and en route facilities.
Only 40% of single- and multi-engine piston aircraft are already equipped with ADS-B.
The ADS-B solution, priced at $1,999, can be installed in less than an hour.