Daytona Aircraft Services to Open Second Location at Spruce Creek

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Daytona Aircraft Services will be opening a second location aircraft maintenance facility at Spruce Creek Fly-In (7FL6) Come join us at our GRAND OPENING event on April 17th at 1 PM. Our new location is at Spruce Creek Fly-In, 212 Cessna Blvd. Port Orange FL 32128 We will be raffling off a Stratus ADS-B Transponder by Appareo at the… Read more »

What is ADS-B and How Does it Work?

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ADS-B stands for Automated Dependent Surveillance Broadcast and is part of the NextGen Air Traffic system, which has now installed across much of the U.S. An ADS-B transponder installed in your aircraft will transmit its altitude, airspeed and location to air traffic control ground stations via GPS signal. The FAA has required that all aircraft… Read more »

Daytona Aircraft Services Announces Avionics Specialist Hire

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Press Announcement: John Ward returns to company where he has worked for almost 30 years. Daytona Aircraft Services is pleased to announce that John Ward is returning to the company, where he has work for almost 30 years, after spending a short time at another avionics shop. Mr. Ward will be returning to Daytona Aircraft… Read more »

Watch Your Aircraft Maintenance Language

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In the world of aircraft maintenance, Daytona Aircraft Services provides a wide range of repair services and takes pride in doing the best possible work for our customers. However, in reading an article in the December issue of AOPA Pilot, it was highlighted that when requesting maintenance the words you use are important. “These four words—new,… Read more »

ADS-B. The System Is Up and Costs Are Going Down

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ADS-B Diagram

The FAA has mandated that by 2020 all aircraft flying in controlled airspace in the United States must be equipped with ADS-B or Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast equipment. ADS-B is a key part of the much anticipated NextGen Air Traffic System, which will rely on 21st century satellite tracking rather than 20th century radar. The ruling… Read more »