WASHINGTON—GE Aviation and Lufthansa Systems this week are demonstrating a “connected” flight management system (FMS) data-sharing capability with electronic flight bags (EFB). The companies on June 24 said they are the first to offer an interface enabling inflight synchronization of flight-plan data between an FMS and display device, in this case connecting GE’s FMS and Lufthansa Systems’ Lido pilot applications for EFBs. Pilots now enter flight operational ...

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