GE Aviation and partner Avionica are close to gaining regulatory approval for a connection between GE’s flight management system (FMS) and electronic flight bags (EFB) that is designed to increase the interconnectivity between the companies’ core avionics units and portable pilot aids. Intended to reduce pilot workload and optimize operations, GE’s Connected FMS extends the flexibility of EFBs such as Apple iPads to more tightly controlled onboard systems. Airlines and ...


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