Continental Airlines and United Airlines Get Into The iPad

27 Aug

continental airlinesThe airline anticipates the iPad will replace 38 pounds of documentation per pilot and 16 million pieces of paper apiece year.

“The introduction of iPads ensures our pilots have essential and real-time information at their fingertips at all times throughout the flight, ” stated Captain Fred Abbott, United’s senior vice president of flight operations.

Earlier this year, Alaska Air Group Inc. ’s (ALK) namesake airline stated it would issue iPad tablets to its pilots to cut down the weight of required flight documents. The shift to iPads has lately been seen crossways a wide swath of industries; medical firms, for instance, have passed out thousands of iPads to their income staff to spruce up pitches to doctors.

Continental Airlines and United Airlines Get Into The iPad

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