Kat Pattison
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iPads in the Cockpit – Gadget or Necessity?

Posted on March 13, 2013 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Over the last couple of years iPad’s have become more and more commonplace in the cockpit. IPads and tablet computers replace the traditional paper charts and manuals, using technology that many believe will revolutionise the way that pilots take to the skies. Dedicated applications have been created for aviation purposes including Jeppesen Mobile RC and the popular ForeFlight Mobile, these apps incorporate all of the tools that are used whilst in the air including navigation and taxi… Continue

Female Pilots: The Hollywood Generation

Posted on January 22, 2013 at 4:46am 1 Comment

When it comes to the world of aviation, many believe that it is still a man’s world. Hollywood films champion the handsome male fighter pilot whist women are typically shown waving them off, handkerchief in hand however in the real world women are taking charge of the skies, with many famous celebrity faces entering the cockpit. Joining the likes of John Travolta, Harrison Ford and Tom Cruise are some of Hollywood’s best known actresses, who have all embarked on pilot training for a film role… Continue

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