The shift to electronic flight bags (EFBs) is well underway at most major airlines. But the earliest uses of these devices support chiefly pilots and flight operations, where they can bring major benefits quickly. Perhaps because it is more difficult, tying EFBs into maintenance operations with electronic technical logs (ETLs) usually comes afterwards. For example, since 2013, Scandinavian Airline System’s cockpits have been paperless, and SAS pilots have used Class 1 EFBs. These are ...

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