American Airlines is the first commercial carrier to receive FAA approval to use the iPad during all phases of flight. They plan to stop distributing paper revisions to charts and flight manuals, reducing weight and saving $1.2 million annually in fuel.
Does your favorite iPad app count as a "legal briefing?" It doesn't matter, and here's why.
The new iPad Air is Apple's next-generation iPad, and features a smaller footprint, lighter weight and speedier processor. Here are our first impressions and a few suggestions on how to mount it in the airplane.