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Rebuild US Airports With The GBAS Act And Honeywell

Under the GBAS Act, we have a once-in-a-generation type opportunity to modernize our airports and create highly skilled aviation jobs.

To read the full bill, click here.

For Government Officials:

We need your help signing the GBAS Act to modernize our airports. Please contact Honeywell's VP of Government Relations, Joseph Fengler, to learn more.

For Airlines, Airports & Associations:

We need your help contacting your Federal House of Representatives and Senators. Click here to get the full list of government officials in your area.

GBAS Adoption in the U.S. in 2021

 

As passenger levels continue to grow, air traffic management systems are under increasing strain which places the aviation industry at a technology crossroads. Today, most airports rely on the traditional instrument landing system (ILS) to determine whether an aircraft is off-center or approaching the runway too high or too low. Since the 1960s, this has been the standard for approach and landing guidance at commercial airports.

Making the move to digital navigation data to manage airspace, instead of traditional antenna signals, is a necessary next step for the industry. It will lead to greater flexibility, increased airport capacity and reduced weather-related delays.

We believe it’s time to modernize our infrastructure and upgrade our airports with ground based augmentation systems (GBAS), a more modern approach that allows airports to achieve future scalability.

Rebuild America’s Airports

Airport Jobs

Create 2,000 Skilled Aviation Jobs

Safer Flight Routes

Safer, More Efficient Routes

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Quieter Neighborhoods Around Airports

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Efficient Routing Reduces Emissions

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New Routing Enables Airport Modernization

More Safe Takeoffs and Landings

More Safe Takeoffs and Landings

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Customer Testimonial: United Airlines Uses GBAS to Improve Routing
The National Airspace Gap : Outdated Navigation Systems | Honeywell
Ron Renk
Chief Navigation Pilot, United Airlines

We believe that GBAS is the air carrier precision landing system of the future and we would like to see all major airports equipped with it.

Let’s Rebuild Our Airports Together

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