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While it remains on the market, the iPad 2 might have found a sweet spot in the travel and hospitality industries.
An airline has been given the Federal Aviation Administration's permission to use iPads in the cockpit.
Qantas is rolling out 2200 iPads to its pilots, who will no longer have to lug around 20kg of flight documents on each flight.
The U.S. Air Force is considering a move to 'e-flight bags' to reduce carrier weight and increase available space.
The FAA has granted the approval for Pilots to use iPads in all phases of flight. The first iPad-flights take off on Friday.
Jetstar has finally kicked off the roll-out of iPads to its domestic and international fleet after over a year in the works.
Virgin Australia has burst the bubble of those hoping for in-flight iPads and 3G access, telling ZDNet Australia that it has no plans in the near future to deploy such technology to its passengers.
Leaked presentation documents have revealed how Australian airline Jetstar plans to use modified iPads as in-flight entertainment devices
More details have emerged around Jetstar's plans to implement iPads as in-flight entertainment units, with screenshots of the purpose-built application and content offerings leaked in presentation documents.
Airlines are testing Apple's popular iPad for use in the cockpits of airplanes to replace paper aeronautical charts for commercial flights.
ZDNet UK presents a rundown of the best apps for people on the move, from flight checkers and Wi-Fi finders to tube maps and translation tools
The latest IT making air travel easier
Australian airline JetStar plans to roll out its iPad rentals on all domestic and international flights later in 2010.
Low-cost airline Jetstar has revealed plans to trial the iPad as an in-flight entertainment option, with customers to pay $10 to rent the Apple device on board selected domestic routes in June.
Far from being a killer of in-flight movies, Apple's iPad could soon become a central part of an airline's in-flight entertainment system.
Think the iPad piano apps aren't as good as the real thing? Lang Lang shows the world how technology can perform, even in a concert setting.
With flights to Europe suspended due to the volcanic ash plume, the prime minister is spotted at the airport running the country with an iPad and electrical outlet.
Jestar chief information officer Stephen Tame believes Apple's iPad tablet may see the end of the airline providing in-flight entertainment to passengers.
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