View of Whiteplains Plantation

View of Whiteplains Plantation
Over Head View - Taken May 8, 2011 Photo By: Phil Rainwater

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

General Aviation ADS-B Rebate Program


Starting this Fall, the FAA is offering a monetary incentive to help owners of less-expensive general aviation aircraft equip with the required avionics that comply with the ADS-B Out rule that will take effect Jan. 1, 2020. The agency will offer a $500 rebate to eligible aircraft owners.
Are you eligible for a rebate?
ADS-B Rebate eligibility requirements infographic
Eligible aircraft: Defined as U.S.-registered, fixed-wing, single-engine piston aircraft, first registered before Jan 1, 2016.
Eligible equipment: Avionics that are certified to FAA Technical Standard Orders and meet the program rules (software upgrades of existing equipment are not eligible). Rebates are not available for aircraft already equipped with rule compliant ADS-B or for aircraft the FAA has previously paid or committed to pay for upgrade(s) to meet the ADS-B mandate.
Start the Rebate process now by doing the following:
  • Validate: Review and validate the aircraft owner information and aircraft-specific information contained within the Civil Aircraft Registry. The FAA will determine rebate program eligibility using the information in the Civil Aircraft Registry, and all rebates will be mailed to the aircraft owner as recorded in the registry. Visit the FAA Registry.
  • Research: Go to the Equip ADS-B website to research eligible equipment. This website includes additional information about ADS-B mandate airspace.
  • Plan: Locate a certified installation location, if required, and determine the specific aircraft requirements to ensure the installation is performed in accordance with applicable FAA regulations and meets the requirements identified in the General Aviation ADS-B Rebate Program Rules. While you may purchase the equipment now, your installation must occur after the program website is opened to rebate reservations to qualify for the rebate. The anticipated timeframe is estimated as Fall 2016.
Preview the ADS-B Rebate Process with our infographic (PDF).
Have questions? Get answers from our ADS-B Rebate Frequently Asked Questions.


Save $500 on ADS-B This Fall From FAA

General Aviation ADS-B Rebate Program

Starting this Fall, the FAA is offering a monetary incentive to help owners of less-expensive general aviation aircraft equip with the required avionics that comply with the ADS-B Out rule that will take effect Jan. 1, 2020. The agency will offer a $500 rebate to eligible aircraft owners.
Are you eligible for a rebate?
ADS-B Rebate eligibility requirements infographic
Eligible aircraft: Defined as U.S.-registered, fixed-wing, single-engine piston aircraft, first registered before Jan 1, 2016.
Eligible equipment: Avionics that are certified to FAA Technical Standard Orders and meet the program rules (software upgrades of existing equipment are not eligible). Rebates are not available for aircraft already equipped with rule compliant ADS-B or for aircraft the FAA has previously paid or committed to pay for upgrade(s) to meet the ADS-B mandate.
Start the Rebate process now by doing the following:
  • Validate: Review and validate the aircraft owner information and aircraft-specific information contained within the Civil Aircraft Registry. The FAA will determine rebate program eligibility using the information in the Civil Aircraft Registry, and all rebates will be mailed to the aircraft owner as recorded in the registry. Visit the FAA Registry.
  • Research: Go to the Equip ADS-B website to research eligible equipment. This website includes additional information about ADS-B mandate airspace.
  • Plan: Locate a certified installation location, if required, and determine the specific aircraft requirements to ensure the installation is performed in accordance with applicable FAA regulations and meets the requirements identified in the General Aviation ADS-B Rebate Program Rules. While you may purchase the equipment now, your installation must occur after the program website is opened to rebate reservations to qualify for the rebate. The anticipated timeframe is estimated as Fall 2016.
Preview the ADS-B Rebate Process with our infographic (PDF).
Have questions? Get answers from our ADS-B Rebate Frequently Asked Questions.

Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Koncert for Kids! June 5th

Bring the kids and grandkids to a concert just for them!  
Lake Murray Symphony Orchestra presents
Koncert for Kids!
An special program to introduce children
to the symphony and all of its instruments.

Sunday, June 5th, 3:30pm
Cornerstone Presbyterian Church
5637 Bush River Rd  (next to Saluda Shoals Park)

Featuring Music from
Frozen

Pirates of the Caribbean
Skyfall

and some popular classical favorites!
Join us for cookies and lemonade
following the concert !


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P.O. Box 1093,  Irmo  SC  29063

For more information
LMSO.org or (803) 400-3540

Lake Murray Symphony Orchestra . . .

Just for the Love of It!
Don't Miss Our Next Concert - Star Spangled Symphonic Salute
Sunday, July 3rd, 8:00pm at Saluda Shoals Park
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