As the Jan. 1 ADS-B deadline draws closer, NBAA’s Heidi Williams and Doug Carr answer operators’ questions about how to maintain their privacy utilizing the FAA’s new Limiting Aircraft Data Displayed (LADD) and Privacy ICAO Address programs, both of which were advocated for by NBAA. LADD builds upon earlier privacy programs, but will “tremendously enhance an operator’s assurance of where their FAA-derived tracking data is going,” Carr noted. Also, if an operator previously registered for the Block Aircraft Registration Request (BARR) program, they are automatically transitioned to LADD, noted Willems, who also provided tips for those who will not be ADS-B compliant by the beginning of the new year.
In this episode of NBAA Flight Plan, host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
Heidi Williams, director of air traffic services and infrastructure, NBAA
Doug Carr, vice president of regulatory and international affairs, NBAA
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The FAA has been working with NBAA and others to address privacy concerns with the Privacy ICAO Address program (PIA), which recently was expanded beyond the contiguous U.S. to include overwater routes.
Flight data monitoring and data sharing are important tools to help identify potential safety risks before they become serious issues. That said, many operators are uncertain about how they work, what equipment is needed and what this information can offer their operations. NBAA has developed a new, comprehensive resource to answer those and other questions.
In this special edition of NBAA Flight Plan, podcast host Rob Finfrock gets a few moments in between conference sessions with NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen to discuss the latest efforts by the association to highlight business aviation's societal benefits.
NBAA, with input from its Emerging Technologies Committee, Access Committee and Advanced Air Mobility Roundtable, recently joined with other industry partners to declare there are good reasons for the FAA not to use the term advanced air mobility in the agency's proposed revised definition of aeronautical activity.