5-2-24. ADS-B OUT OFF OPERATIONS

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  • 5-2-24. ADS-B OUT OFF OPERATIONS

    Operators of aircraft with functional ADS-B Out avionics installed and requesting an exception from the requirement to transmit at all times must obtain authorization from FAA System Operations Security. The OS/CIC should inform you of any ADS-B Out OFF operations in your area of jurisdiction.

    1. Do not inform such aircraft that their ADS-B transmitter appears to be inoperative.
    2. Do not approve any pilot request for ADS-B Out OFF operations. Notify the OS/CIC of the request, including the aircraft call sign and location.

      NOTE: 14 CFR Section 91.225(f) requires, in part, that “each person operating an aircraft equipped with ADS–B Out must operate this equipment in the transmit mode at all times unless otherwise authorized by the FAA when that aircraft is performing a sensitive government mission for national defense, homeland security, intelligence or law enforcement purposes, and transmitting would compromise the operations security of the mission or pose a safety risk to the aircraft, crew, or people and property in the air or on the ground.”

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