FAA OKs Executive AirShare’s Use Of iPad Mini As Electronic Flight Bag
Executive AirShare, based in Kansas City, Missouri, has received FAA approval to use the iPad Mini as an Electronic Flight Bag. The use will establish paperless cockpits in the fractional ownership company’s fleet of Learjet 45XR, Embraer Phenom 100 and 300, Cessna Citation CJ2+ and Beechcraft King...
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