https://airfactsjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/ipad-helo.jpg 598 800 Lou Gregoire https://airfactsjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Air-Facts-Logo340.png Lou Gregoire2012-04-19 18:14:292016-02-27 10:16:00Breaking in my iPad on a helo ferry
Occasionally, I get a break from the dreary doldrums of flying a FLIR-equipped MD500E police helicopter (I know, right?) with a ferry flight, moving ENG (electronic news gathering) R44s around the country. Last month, the opportunity arose to fly via airliner to Pittsburgh to move a ship to Atlanta. I thought it would be a good time to put my new iPad to the test.
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An experienced iPad pilot and flight instructor shares twelve of his most useful tips for flying with the iPad. With everything from a simple pre-flight check to a handy "night mode" for viewing charts, there are plenty of tricks for both new and experienced users.
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You can’t read a story about general aviation these days without being confronted with Apple’s world-beating tablet computer. Some pilots are skeptical that the iPad really changes anything. Most gush about it and how flying will never be the same. What’s the real story? And what is it really good for?