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Air Avionics Support for uncertified GPS ADS-B Out

Air Avionics Support for uncertified GPS ADS-B Out

Air Avionics have provided a document covering the connection of uncertified GPS devices to their VT-01, VT-02 and VT-2000 transponders to enable ADS-B Out, which can be accessed here: VT Mode-S Transponders – Using ADS-B Out FASVIG is highly supportive of initiatives to increase the voluntary adoption of ADS-B in General Aviation and is working to help make the implementation of […]

FASVIG and Drones

FASVIG and Drones

The growth in the use of drones has a number of potential implications for VFR flight. Drones are also know by their more official name of Unmanned Aircraft Systems or UAS. The Package of Change in the FAS VFR Implementation Programme (FASVIP) related to UAS is ATA.7 UAS Policy Compatible with VFR Operations Therein it […]

FASVIG Seeks Airspace Training Services. Can You Help?

FASVIG Seeks Airspace Training Services. Can You Help?

The Future Airspace Strategy VFR Implementation Group (FASVIG) has 98 Champions who have volunteered to help deliver the FAS VFR Implementation Programme (FASVIP). These Champions include air traffic controllers, current and ex military and airline pilots, flying instructors, private pilots, glider pilots, hang glider and paraglider pilots, located across the UK. FASVIG will soon be […]

Checking ADS-B Out settings with PilotAware

Checking ADS-B Out settings with PilotAware

For those wanting to check whether their Mode S ES transponder ADS-B Out configuration is setup correctly the latest version of PilotAware software provides a handy new tool. The 20151114 release of PilotAware will gather and display some of the more technical elements of ADS-B messages. This will be of particular interest to those going through the Light Aircraft […]