AerTrak®: FAA-Approved to Comply with Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Operations Mandate

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Providing operators with a cost-effective ADS-B Out solution to meet the 2020 mandate.

A Cost-Effective ADS-B Out Solution

  • For Boeing 737 NG Series - FAA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) No. ST04009NY
  • For Boeing 757-200 Series - FAA STC No. ST04011NY

AerTrak, an ADS-B Out system developed by AerSale®, is approved for Boeing 737 NG and Boeing 757-200 series aircraft by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to comply with the Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Operations rule, a critical part of the agency's Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen). Beginning January 1, 2020, the FAA has mandated that aircraft operating in airspace defined by 14 CFR § 91.225 must be equipped with an ADS-B Out system that meets the minimum performance requirements of 14 CFR § 91.227.

What is ADS-B?

ADS-B provides enhanced navigational accuracy using precise tracking via global positioning satellite (GPS) signals. Reducing risk and improving safety, the technology increases navigational coverage, especially in remote areas beyond radar range. Additionally, ADS-B enables more direct flight plans, thereby saving time, costs, and reducing emissions.

Advantages of the AerTrak ADS-B Out System

  • Cost-effective for operators of Boeing 737 NG and Boeing 757-200 series aircraft fitted with any OEM transponder/MMR combination
  • Seamless integration with most existing avionics and cockpit controls
  • Easy path to ADS-B Out compliance

AerTrak ADS-B Out Installation

AerTrak kits include all necessary parts and can be installed by AerSale’s technicians at any hangar around the world, typically requiring only three days of ground time. Lead time for ordering AerTrak is currently four weeks and allows operators to avoid potential installation facility backlogs, component shortages, and price premiums as the 2020 compliance deadline nears.