When, Oh When, FAA?

Krause, Kristin S.
September 2000
Traffic World;9/11/2000, Vol. 263 Issue 11, p37
Trade Publication
Reports that the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has yet to publish its proposed rulemaking on collision avoidance for cargo aircraft. Mandate from Congress that cargo aircraft be equipped with some form of collision avoidance technology; Deadline for collision avoidance installation.


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