Flight Outfitters launches new line of iPad bags

A new company showed up at Sun 'n Fun this year, promoting a pair of clean sheet flight bag designs made specifically for pilots flying with the iPad. Flight Outfitters, a functional bag company...

What’s in your flight bag? A student pilot’s perspective

This is part of a series where we ask different pilots what they carry when they fly with an iPad. Today we'll hear from J.C. Mayerle, a student pilot working towards a private license, to see what makes up his list of essential flight gear.

RAM releases double suction cup mounts

Some pilots have asked for a double suction cup mount. RAM Mounts, the leading producer of portable electronics mounts, has recently introduced just that.

Ultimate Android setup – our recommendation

We sometimes get asked about the best Android package to fly with, and it's a fair question. So, which is the best tablet, app and accessories? Here are our suggestions

New iPad Air accessories hit the market

Some high quality accessories are now hitting the market for the iPad Air, so pilots can fully equip their cockpits. Let's review the new options, including mounts, kneeboards and screen protectors.

Garmin GDL 39 3D adds backup attitude

About the only feature Garmin's popular GDL 39 ADS-B receiver has lacked was a built-in AHRS. To answer that request, Garmin has just introduced the GDL 39 3D. Here are the details.

Garmin Connext links iPad with panel-mount avionics

Everyone wants to connect their iPad to their panel-mount avionics. This week, Garmin announced a way to do exactly that. Here's what's new, and what it means.

New MyClip Mini Kneeboard works with iPad Mini, iPhone, iPad

Finding the perfect iPad kneeboard isn't easy, but a new leg strap offers a nearly universal option for iPad Mini, iPad and even iPhone. Get the details in our latest accessory review.

Finally – an iPad mount with built-in fans

There is finally a good option for pilots worried about overheating iPads, with the release of the X-Naut Active Cooling Mount. This cradle has a vented case and built-in cooling fans that direct airflow over the back of the iPad, aimed at the areas of the tablet that run the hottest. It may sound like overkill, but we've flown with it and the X-Naut really works.

What’s in your flight bag? Another pilot’s perspective

This is part of a series where we ask different pilots what they carry when they fly with an iPad. Today we'll hear from Bret Koebbe, CFI and editor at iPad Pilot News, to see what makes up his list of essential flight gear.
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