The FAA recently came out with good news for pilots and the airlines they serve, when they approved the iPad mini for use with Jeppesen's electronic flight bag (EFB) solutions. The iPad has been authorized for several years and has reportedly saved the airlines millions in fuel costs, since it eliminated the pilots’ 35-pound kit bags, but the iPad mini is even lighter – only ¾ lbs, and its smaller 7.9 inch touchscreen, which makes it even easier for pilots to use the EFB, since it is half the weight of an iPad.
Jul 23, 2014 12:03 pm
The fragmented air cargo industry has received a promising boost towards better performance through the collaboration of strategic alliances. Through such innovative unification efforts, deliveries across the entire supply chain could show improvements in both time and cost efficiency.Read More
May 8, 2014 12:13 pm