Pilot Use iPad for Flight

iPad replace paper flight data charts in order to save millions dollar of  American Airlines flight. Data charts are usually available in printed paper form. But the pilots no longer need to store lots of data of paper weighing up to 16 pounds, because they will soon use the iPad.

American Airlines was running a test program that contains the application iPad aviation charts. Without paper, this airline will be able to save the cost of millions of dollars.
The first iPads testing will be conducted on a flight between Los Angeles and Tokyo and Shanghai. This method has previously been applied to Alaska Air in May.
U.S. aviation administration institutions previously called the iPad as a single class of electronic devices that can be used in aviation pilots. They also have approved the use iPad tablet.
This is contrary to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which said the existence of any portable electronic device can endanger the flight.

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