N90 - New York Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON)Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B)
|Utilize ADS-B to Improve Traffic Flows and provide Weather Observation and Forecast data to Cockpit||03/01/2010 -|
|ADS-B Air Traffic Control Services (Terminal Service Volume)||As part of the national ADS-B program, Air Traffic Control Separation Services will utilize ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast) and ADS-R (Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Rebroadcast) technology.||IOC 6/24/12. Safety Case Panel developing risk management document for ADS-B only. AOV approved separation with radar redundancy on September 20, 2013. Deployment TBD.||03/01/2010 A||TBD|
|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.||Supplemental Type Certificate was issued to equip 35 - A320 aircraft with ADS-B out. Currently 100% complete and awaiting ZNY ERAM Operational Readiness Decision (ORD).||11/01/2010 A||04/01/2015|
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