Indonesia’s Lion Air Group will implement an electronic flight bag (EFB) strategy on its incoming fleet of Boeing 737 MAX 8s, which will be used for its subsidiary Batik Air Malaysia. Lion Air Group will receive the first of its order of 201 737 MAX 8s later this year. The new aircraft will utilize digital technology provided by flight operations and air traffic management services company NAVBLUE. According to NAVBLUE, an Airbus subsidiary, the EFB package includes NAVBLUE’s ...

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