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ACSS' approved model list STC covers
these airframes:
*
Beechcraft Hawker 125-400A;
Hawker 700A; Hawker 800A;
Hawker 800B; Hawker 800 and
800XP.
*
Boeing DC-9-15.
*
Bombardier Challengers CL-600,
601 and 604; de Havilland DHC-7
Dash 7; DHC-8 Dash 8-100, -200
and -300.
*
Bombardier Learjet 25, 25A-D and
25F; Learjet 31 and 31A; Learjet
35 and 35A; Learjet 36 and 36A;
Learjet 55.
*
Dassault Falcon 10; Falcon 20;
Falcon 50; Falcon 200; Falcon
900 and 900EX.
*
Fokker F28 Mk. 1000.
*
Gulfstream G-II, G-IIB, G-III, G-IV,
Westwind Astra.
*
IAI 1124 and 1124A.
*
Saab 340A.
*
Sabreliner 265-40, 265-60,
265-65.
*
Cessna Citation 550, S550, 560
and 650.
Your plane not listed?
Don't fret - there's more
to come!
With all the various airframe and
avionics combinations, and the many
model variations in business-turbine
aircraft, it's no mystery why a list of Part
25-aircraft solutions was slower to grow
than for the Part 23 fleet, where individual
avionics boxes may complicate wiring -
but keeps simply the chore of upgrading
the necessary equipment.
No need for operators to panic just
yet; but they should be communicating
with their avionics vendors and installers
to keep them high on the list for an
upgrade as soon as possible after one
becomes available.
Shops should encourage them to
schedule an installation slot in the future,
and reaffirm that slot the instant a suitable
ADS-B Out option comes on the horizon.
As the AEA's Derks noted, the
backlog to an installation appointment
will only get longer the closer we get to
Jan. 1, 2020. q

A THIN BLUE LINE
U.S. allows a choice of
ADS-B Out solutions

S

ingle-engine piston aircraft represent by far the largest
segment of the U.S. fleet, with piston twins well back.
Given the average value of a fleet averaging more than

30 years of age, the FAA broke with most nation's single-system
option, which uses more-expensive Mode S transponders to
broadcast ADS-B Out data.
Instead of one choice, the FAA opted for a two-tier approach that
provides light-aircraft owners with an option costing less than Mode
S and the 1090 Extended Squitter transponder, the ADS-B solution
used everywhere.
First comes the matter of understanding which solution is correct
for an operator and is regulated less by type approval basis and
more by use. Conversely, equipment approval is still all about the
approval standard of the aircraft itself.
To address cost concerns, the FAA and industry created the 978
UAT, or Universal Access Transceiver. UATs work with existing Mode
C transponders, with their own broadcast channel for the ADS-B
data and the ability to receive ADS-B In, a package of free services
including near-real-time weather and real-time traffic.
The 978 UAT has no relevance outside the United States because
no other country approved two ADS-B solutions. The FAA allows
use of either solution below Flight Level 180; poke the plane's nose
above FL 180, however, and the FAA wants the aircraft using a 1090
ES-based Mode S solution.
But operators flying in Class A airspace - or flying internationally -
need 1090 ES as the basis for their ADS-B Out solution.
FAA rules don't apply outside U.S. airspace. If you plan to fly
outside the U.S. in a nation using ADS-B - at any altitude - you need
a 1090 ES solution.
Plentiful options exist in 978 UAT solutions, many of them using
an approved GPS navigator with WAAS as the position source. The
UAT also supports ADS-B In, providing the operator with the option
to see nearly live weather radar and real-time traffic targets. And
the 978 UAT is legal for Part 25 aircraft - as long as it doesn't fly
internationally or in the Flight Levels noted. q

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