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ZNY - New York Center

Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B)
ZNY - New York Center (Activities)
Utilize ADS-B to Improve Traffic Flows and Reduce Spacing11/01/2010 - 11/30/2018
Project InitiativeDescriptionStatus StartFinish
FAA - JetBlue NextGen Agreement FAA and JetBlue signed a NextGen agreement that will allow the airline to fly more precise, satellite-based flights in Non-Radar areas from Boston and New York to Florida and the Caribbean beginning in 2012. Routes used on southbound Caribbean flights when ADS-B equipped. Additional ADS-B coverage required on Grand Turk for use of northbound Caribbean routes. 11/01/2010 A 01/31/2016 A
Reduce Oceanic Separation using ADS-B ADS-B in nonradar oceanic airspace will enable appropriately equipped ADS-B "In" aircraft to perform flight level (FL) changes and maneuvers to occur safely with reduced separation of no less than 10 NM minima applied. Development of procedures ongoing at the Headquarters level.   11/30/2018
A = Actual Date

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