By 2020 All Aircrafts Will Have GPS Tracking

As the legend over the lost Malaysian Airlines flight persists, the Federal Aviation Administration is obliges that all aircrafts have GPS tracking systems by 2020.
The system, Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B), provides regulators the capability to observe airplanes via GPS satellite tracking rather than ground-based radar that is presently used. The ground-based radar does not supply coverage to some areas around the world. ADS-B provides unlimited coverage worldwide.
Along with aviation expert, Greg Feith, “Right now, a lot of aircraft are being equipped with it. It’s just that we didn’t have the infrastructure built. Now the infrastructure is built to use ADS-B here in the United States, the rest of the world will follow suit so that we will have almost worldwide coverage for any aircraft.”