Now that the FAA has decided to certify Class 2 electronic flight bags to show a moving map of the airport surface with a pilot's "own-ship" position marked, more airlines may take the plunge and retrofit these systems. About a half-dozen avionics companies are making Class 2 EFBs for airline use, but the market for these products on existing airline aircraft hasn't taken off in a big way yet, according to avionics executives. That could change with the FAA's decision, which aviation ...


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