Public ADS-B Performance Report Request

Flight Standards provides this automated tool in order to assist aircraft owners, operators, and avionics shops with the validation of the performance of the ADS-B Out equipment installed on aircraft. Public ADS-B Performance Reports (PAPR) may be requested for aircraft operations that were detected within FAA ADS-B Coverage areas. For best results, ADS-B validation flights should be conducted within published areas of FAA ADS-B Coverage. Flying near the surface or at the fringe of ADS-B coverage areas may negatively impact the metrics provided in your PAPR Report. Please refer to the FAA ADS-B Coverage Map before flying.

The tool requires the following information:

  • The date at the start of your flight of interest. This is entered as the date recorded in Zulu Time (UTC+0) at the start of the flight.
  • A way to identify your aircraft. This may be entered as the aircraft's tail number (US registered aircraft only) or the ICAO Address of the aircraft in hex, octal, or decimal format.
  • Your name and a valid email address to send your requested report.
  • The configuration of the ADS-B OUT equipment installed on the aircraft, and the equipment installer. There are selection lists below for common equipment and Repair Shops. A notes area is included if you do not find your specific equipment.

Using the above information, the tool will search through its inventory of past aircraft operations for a flight meeting the selections. If a flight with matching identification can be located on the requested date, a Public ADS-B Performance Report will be sent to the supplied email address. PAPR reports are typically delivered within 30 minutes.

Successful report processing depends on the accuracy of the information provided. All fields should be completed and verified prior to submitting your request.

Please provide the date at the start of your flight referenced to Zulu Time (UTC+0).
Enter Date at Flight Start
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Please identify your aircraft using the aircraft's tail number (US registered aircraft only) or its ICAO address in hex, octal or decimal format.
Identify your aircraft
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Please provide your full name and email address.
Enter Contact Information
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Please provide the ADS-B OUT transmitter data link configuration installed on your aircraft; UAT (978MHz), 1090ES (1090MHz). If your aircraft is also equipped with ADS-B IN, include only your ADS-B OUT data link(s) in this selection.
ADS-B OUT Data Link(s)
Note: Select the "DUAL OUT" option if the aircraft is equipped with both 1090ES and UAT ADS-B transmitters.
Please provide the Manufacturer and Model of your ADS-B OUT Transmitter(s).
ADS-B OUT Transmitter Configuration
Enter 1090ES Transmitter
Enter UAT Transmitter
Note: If your equipment is not listed, please verify you have selected the correct ADS-B OUT data link (1090ES or UAT) above. If you still cannot locate your transmitter, please contact 9-AWA-AFS-300-ADSB-AvionicsCheck@faa.gov for assistance.
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Please provide the Manufacturer and Model of your ADS-B Position Source(s); e.g. GPS. Your position source is the component that provides positioning data to your ADS-B transmitter(s). On most aircraft, this is typically a GPS receiver and may be a separate component or internal to an ADS-B transmitter.
ADS-B OUT Position Source Configuration
Enter First GPS
Enter Second GPS
Note: If you have a GPS source that is integrated into your ADS-B transmitter, please select “Internal” for both Manufacturer and Model.
Note: If you do not have a second GPS, please select "Not Installed" as the Second GPS Manufacturer.
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Please provide the Installer of your ADS-B OUT Equipment.
ADS-B OUT Equipment Installer
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If your ADS-B OUT system could not be accurately defined using the available dropdown selections above, please provide the Manufacturer and Model numbers for the ADS-B OUT transmitter(s) and Position Source(s) installed on the aircraft in the "configuration notes" space below.
Enter Configuration Notes:
 
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Paperwork Reduction Act Burden Statement

A federal agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, nor shall a person be subject to a penalty for failure to comply with a collection of information subject to the requirements of the Paperwork Reduction Act unless that collection of information displays a currently valid OMB Control Number. The OMB Control Number for this information collection is 2120-0728. Public reporting for this collection of information is estimated to be approximately 5 minutes per response.

All responses to this collection of information are voluntary. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden to the FAA at: 800 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC 20591, Attn: Information Collection Clearance Officer, ASP-110.

OMB Control No. 2120-0728
Expiration Date 6/30/2020