The debate is no longer about upgrading general aviation aircraft with NextGen. It's about financing it. The NextGen GA Fund is about doing just that.
By focusing current investments on NextGen systems, we are making an operational difference today. Norman Y. Mineta, Former DOT Secretary

Partner LogosMore than 150,000 general aviation aircraft risk losing access to controlled airspace on January 1, 2020 when the FAA's ADS-B mandate is scheduled to become effective. This mandate is triggering interest from GA aircraft owners in a broader range of avionics upgrades.

Via the NextGen GA Fund, any aircraft owner—an individual or business—is eligible for financing US-registered piston, turbine and experimental aircraft. This includes all types and ages of fixed-wing and rotary aircraft (Part 21.191, Part 23 and Part 27, Part 91 and Part 135).