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FAA To Increase Usage of Apple’s iPad and Create Own App Store

The FAA issued iPads for pilots to use as replacements for paper charts and has received positive feedback from pilots and other flight crew suggesting that it is a viable replacement.… Continue reading ? FAA To Increase Usage of Apple’s iPad and Create Own App Store originally appeared on: Touch Reviews
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