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UTair Helicopter Services is now Russia’s first operator to use tablet-based electronic flight bags. The switch from paper to electronic helps with updates of aeronautical data, helps pilots work more efficiently and safely and also lowers operating costs, reports Russian Aviation Insider.
X-Copter and ForeFlight invite attendees of Heli-Expo 2016 to a demonstration of the integration of the ForeFlight Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) with the X-Copter Robinson Helicopter Simulator. The demonstration will take place on Wednesday afternoon at Heli-Expo 2016 in Louisville, KY from 2:00 to 3:00 in the X-Copter’s Booth #8231. Please join us and Prepare… Read more »
Metro Aviation is ensuring their pilots are as safe and efficient as possible by introducing Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs) to their fleet of more than 120 aircraft. The EFBs will allow pilots to access charts, maps, company manuals and a variety of weather and flight planning resources. In addition, enterprise software will allow central control… Read more »
Metro Aviation, 26-Aug-15
The crews of DRF Luftrettung need a lot of information for their world-wide missions – ranging from comprehensive charts to the 900-page flight manual. Recently, DRF Luftrettung has begun to success-fully use tablet PCs in the cockpits of their air ambulance jets, on which this necessary information is stored. These digital aids facili-tate the work… Read more »
Improved safety, operational effectiveness and efficiency are just a few reasons Air Mobility Command officials areÂ looking into using tablet devices suchÂ as electronic flight bags for aircrew members reference materials in the cockpit during in-flight emergencies. “Moving from a paper-based to an electronically-based flight publication system will not only enhance operational effectiveness, it can also save… Read more »
US Air Force, 15-Dec-11