Tue, Sep 07, 2010
The staff at ANN knows better than to try to get between Jim
Campbell and his iPad... and when he sees a new App for his
treasured computer side-kick, he usually makes a bee-line to upload
it and give it a test flight. And when mighty Jepp joins the iPad
revolution, that's a big deal indeed. The first of Jepp's forays
into the Tablet biz looks like a winner from the get-go.
Jepp's new “Jeppesen Mobile TC” terminal chart
application is designed for searching and viewing terminal charts
via the Apple iPad. Available for download online at the Apple iPad
App Store, this App is designed for use within the GA and BizAv
JeppView electronic navigation charting service subscription
customers have access to Jeppesen terminal charts at no additional
charge, using one of four available site keys provided with
JeppView and NavSuite subscriptions. However; if all four
subscription site keys are in use, an additional site key purchase
would be required.
The Jeppesen Mobile TC application provides pilots with another
tool for advancing towards a paperless operating environment.
Jeppesen will address iPad applications for other aviation markets
in the near future. Additional Jeppesen data services for iPad in
the airline market, including tailored electronic charting and crew
planning solutions, are being evaluated.
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