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Jeppesen Offers Rapid Decompression Test Results For All iPad Models


FAA Electronic Flight Bag Rapid (EFB) Decompression compliance just got easier for Jeppesen customers using all Apple iPad models. Jeppesen, a unit of Boeing Flight Services, announced in a press release last November the 4th generation iPad and iPad Mini passed RTCA DO-160F Rapid Decompression.

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Electronic Flight Bag (iPad)


Little Rock Air Force Base is shaping the future of Air Mobility Command and the Air Force by testing a new electronic flight bag. (U.S. Air Force story by Airman First Class Steven Adkins)… Read more ...

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Vision General de Apple Ipad como EFB


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Webinar – Advanced Flying with the iPad & ForeFlight Mobile Tips


Originally aired October 18, 2012. The iPad is a powerful tool in the cockpit and has become the electronic flight bag (EFB) of choice for pilots, conveniently displaying charts, navigation data and in-flight weather. This webinar will explore advanced topics relating to flying with the iPad to help you maximize its utility in the airplane: • Learn how to get more from your iPad with hidden settings and features • iPad legal briefing, including the new AC 120-76B • iPad preflight • High-tech iPad accessories • In-flight weather on the iPad (ADS-B) • ForeFlight Mobile tips and tricks • Resolving iPad and application problems Visit http://www.sportys.com/ipad for the latest apps and accessories for iPad.… Read more ...

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Pentastar Aviation STC Approved Class 2 EFB Mount for iPad®


FAA STC Approved Yoke Mount for the Gulfstream product line with additional aircraft types to be added to the Approved Model List. Material: 6061 T6 black anodized metal www.pentastaraviation.com Apple® and iPad® are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. This is an independent publication and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Apple, Inc… Read more ...

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EFB-Pro for iPad/iPhone


This is a demo video of the EFB-Pro performance calculator on iPad or iPhone. EFB-Pro is used extensively by corporate and charter operators to calculate TOLD card and weight & balance. No internet is required to use the calculator but having connectivity the system will automatically integrate weather into the calculations. A worldwide runway database is included.… Read more ...

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i1000 Flight System iPad EFB and Sagetech Clarity ADS-B Receiver Promo


Here is a promo video created to show the Sagetech ADS-B receiver and i1000 Flight System from Digital Sectional… Read more ...

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FlyPad Tray iPad EFB retention solution for Boeing 737 cockpit.


The FlyPad Tray is a highly innovative, simple, secure, light weight and low profile device for making the iPad Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Secure and Viewable in the Boeing 737 cockpit. Made in the USA, it meets and exceeds FAA requirements for retaining a Class 2 as well as a Class 1 iPad EFB. It works with the iPad 1,2 & New, as well as the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The FAA has approved the iPad for use as an EFB to replace paper aeronautical charts and Operating Manuals. The Website is now up, but still being enhanced. For questions, please email us at sales@flypadtray.com.… Read more ...

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ForeFlight Mobile Pro Tips Seminar – from Sporty’s 2012 Fly-in


Join ForeFlight founders Tyson Weihs and Jason Miller as they present an informative seminar focused on the popular ForeFlight Mobile aviation iPad app. In the first half of the presentation Tyson discusses the newest ForeFlight app features and covers the latest in iPad trends and discoveries observed from the ForeFlight team. In the second half Jason covers helpful ForeFlight pro tips to help pilots make the most of ForeFlight Mobile's powerful features. This seminar was presented at the Sporty's Fly-in on May 19, 2012.… Read more ...

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EuroAtlantic Airways Ipad in the flight deck


Euroatlantic Airways chooses Fokker Services EFB solution for entire Boeing fleet 08 May 2012 Euroatlantic Airways chooses Fokker Services' EFB solution for iPad® for its entire fleet of various Boeing aircraft Hoofddorp, The Netherlands, May 8th, 2012, Euroatlantic Airways from Portugal has chosen Fokker Services as partner to install the EFB solution for iPad® in its entire fleet of various Boeing aircraft. The EFB solution for iPad® is EASA certified (Class 2 Type B), requires no expensive ICT infrastructure and has a power reserve of up to eight hours. Easy installation ensures aircraft can be converted with very limited downtime at a cost that is incomparable to anything else on the market. 'The main reason for Euroatlantic to chose the EFB solution for iPad® is cost savings. Once the installation is accomplished, the time consuming and costly distribution of paper updates on navigation charts and aircraft manuals will be history', says Tomaz Metello CEO Euroatlantic Airways. 'We are delighted to have been selected by Euroatlantic Airways to provide this innovative and cost saving modification. This proofs Fokker Services is successful in providing this modification on various regional, narrow body and wide body Aircraft types', says Heino van der Laan, VP Marketing & Sales Fokker Services. The EFB solution for iPad® has been developed and tested with the pilot in mind. It is mobile, user friendly and most of all personal to its owner. Information can be stored, catalogued and bookmarked. The touch screen makes browsing and annotating quick and easy whilst flight plans can be studied prior to boarding. The one-click update automatically replaces outdated content with new versions via the internet. Keeping pilots updated and informed and improving lines of communication within an organization.… Read more ...

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Flying with the iPad Seminar – from Sporty’s 2012 Fly-in


This presentation covers both beginner and advanced topics relating to the iPad. You'll learn how student pilots can use it as a training tool, how aircraft owners can use it to stay organized, and how current pilots can use it for navigation, weather & charts. See how to properly preflight the iPad, along with helpful tips and tricks. Also covered are iPad accessories and cockpit mounting options, along with the popular Stratus ADS-B portable weather receiver. For more information on using the iPad in the cockpit, visit http://www.sportys.com… Read more ...

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Farnborough 2012 — Airbus unveils iPad "electronic flight bag"


Fernando Alonso, head of Airbus' Flight and Integration Test Centre, underscores benefits of the company's "FlySmart with Airbus" electronic flight bag portfolio for Apple iPad devices -- which marks an important step in the move to increasingly paperless cockpits. The portfolio was unveiled by Airbus during the 2012 Farnborough International Airshow.… Read more ...

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How to update the Stratus firmware with the ForeFlight Mobile app


Visit http://www.sportys.com/stratus for more information on Stratus, the world's first high-performance portable ADS-B weather receiver for ForeFlight. In this video we'll show you how to update the firmware on Stratus using the ForeFlight Mobile iPad app (requires the latest version, ForeFlight Mobile 4.5.2).… Read more ...

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iPad Datalink Weather: ADS-B vs. XM


To make the iPad a real MFD contender, you need some datalink weather. There are two ways you can get it, and "Aviation Consumer" editor Jeff Van West takes a look at both.… Read more ...

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Garmin Pilot – DE


Garmin improves its iPad EFB.… Read more ...

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flyTab-Falcon Pad Demonstration


See flyTab and Falcon Pad in action demonstrating iPad EFB in a flight simulation.… Read more ...

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iPad Deck Mount for your Cockpit Welcome to the Efficient Way To Fly


www.ipaddeckmount.com How it works: The iPDM just slips over the existing cockpit window frame of the aircraft to form an easy - to - install and remove iPad mount to take with you for your next flight ! How its made: The iPDM is made from a powder coated specially selected aluminum alloy that integrates seamlessly with the FAA-approved EFB-Electronic Flight Bag. Remains Secure: The iPDM has been tested in turbulence so your iPad will remain secure in flight. It is ergo-dynamic, light, portable and designed for both Captain and First Officer seat positions. The iPDM eliminates the hassle of finding a proper place to secure your iPad.… Read more ...

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Jeppesen’s Mobile FliteDeck (Part 3)


Jeppesen's new Mobile FliteDeck app for the iPad handles approach plates easily and effectively. In this video, AVweb's Paul Bertorelli demonstrates it.… Read more ...

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Wing X Pro 7 Synthetic Vision for iPad, from Hilton Software.


Wing X Pro 7 Synthetic Vision for iPad, from Hilton Software. The Light Sport and Ultralight Flyer talks to the folks from Hilton Software about their Wing X Pro Synthetic Vision for the iPad. The application is available at the APPS store.… Read more ...

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Jeppesen’s Mobile FliteDeck (Part 2)


Jeppesen's new Mobile FliteDeck is an iPad-based app that uses a route function to build custom chart libraries. Here's how it works.… Read more ...

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