July 7, 2015

Officials at New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport (TEB) are seeking flight operator input to determine the best technology for obtaining lower minimums at TEB.

The TEB user survey relates to flight department capabilities for CAT II approaches and the use of ground-based augmentation system (GBAS), and airport officials ask operators to complete the survey by July 15.

“The transition to NextGen will involve many equipage choices for business aviation owners/operators. While ILS systems will be available for the foreseeable future, and likely beyond, other systems such as GBAS are slowly being introduced in the National Airspace System,” said Bob Lamond, NBAA’s director of air traffic services and infrastructure.

“It is important that airports, such as TEB, understand the needs of operators that want to operate at those airports,” he added. “This is an opportunity for NBAA members to chime in on future equipage at one of the most significant business aviation airports.”

View the TEB user survey.