In The News Posted June 6, 2017 Share Posted June 6, 2017 The FAA on Tuesday published its final Airworthiness Directive for certain NavWorx ADS-B devices, and included lengthy responses to issues raised by AOPA, EAA, and others. The final AD requires owners to remove, disable, or modify the ADS–B unit. Removing, disabling, or revising the software will take about one work-hour, for a total of $85 per aircraft, the FAA said. Coupling the ADS–B unit with an approved external GPS will take about four work-hours, for a total of $340 per aircraft. View the full article Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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