American Airlines was forced to ground flights for a period earlier this week when their Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) on which pilots carry instrument approach charts, navigational data, and other aircraft information, including manuals, using an Apple iPad, rather...
AirInsight is pleased to announce publication of its 2014 EFB Report. With a foreword by Kevin Hiatt SVP Safety & Flight Operations IATA, Montreal, Canada, the report is packed with 56 pages of content. The report contains 59 charts and tables. Among the...
It is quite common to see airlines deploying EFBs. These devices need no introduction. There are a number of airlines that are even deploying tablets in the cabin, e-Enabling cabin crews. But at Icelandair they are doing some really special things. Because off...
Two pilots tried out Google Glass with very interesting usability. Take a look here for details of the event. An item that attracts our attention here is how this might be used for EFBs. As we have seen, pilots increasingly use tablets (iPad) as an EFB rather than...
We recently completed the 2013 EFB Report based on a survey of airlines around the world. This survey is the only objective source of insight in how airlines are deploying EFBs; we review the operating systems, the impact of tablets and what both airlines and pilots...
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