amstat announces upgraded ads-b status reporting

March 23, 2018

AMSTAT, the leading provider of global business aircraft market, fleet and operator information, has worked with ADS-B Exchange, a co-op of ADS-B/Mode S/MLAT feeders from around the world to identify which business aircraft are or are not in compliance with the 2020 FAA ADS-B mandate.
The two companies cross referenced their respective global data sets and identified aircraft with or without ADS-B DO-260B (required to meet the 2020 mandate).  AMSTAT then added this data to its flagship service, AMSTAT Premier, for use by subscribers.  The data indicates that 39% of US based business jets and 38% of US based business turbo-props tracked by AMSTAT are currently known to be compliant.  The companies will continue to update this ADS-B information going forward.
“The addition of this compliance data to the global fleet tracked in AMSTAT Premier will enable MROs offering ADS-B services to quickly identify which aircraft are not ADS-B compliant and market their services accordingly” said Andrew Young, AMSTAT General Manager.  He went on to add “AMSTAT remains committed to giving our clients a competitive advantage and this is another example of where our data is doing that.”
For more information on using AMSTAT Premier to filter aircraft by ADS-B, please contact Jim Morford, AMSTAT Customer Service Manager on (US) 732-530-6400 x102 or  To subscribe to AMSTAT Premier, please contact Chris Skurat, AMSTAT Director of Sales on (US) 732-530-6400 x145 or