Rockwell Collins' eFlight initiative made sales to two key airline players, giving the program a big boost after years of development. EasyJet plans to go live in April with a fleetwide EFB for its 54 737s, according to Aircraft Operations Cost Manager Taylor Bradbury. This will allow electronic posting of technical and journey logs via Panasonic CF-18 laptops linked by cellphone wireless during base airport turnarounds while providing automated weight and balance computations. Speaking in ...

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