Russia’s Transaero Airlines is set to launch electronic flight bag (EFB) Class 2, enabling the use of electronic documents on portable devices during all phases of flight. To start the new project stage, Transaero acquired 1,200 Apple iPad Airs equipped with EFBs. EFB allows the carrier to optimize fuel efficiency, reducing the time it takes for crew to search and receive necessary documentation before the flight, Transaero said in a statement. In September 2013, Transaero received ...

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