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Visit us at EAA Airventure 2012

Posted by on Jul 21, 2012 in AvPad | Comments Off on Visit us at EAA Airventure 2012

We have some great updates to our products that you’ll only  be able to see at our booth. Stop by Hangar A, booth #1157 to say hi, talk with one of our staff and see what’s new. We look forward to seeing you!

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Clearance – AvPad for the Original iPad is on sale

Posted by on Jan 10, 2012 in AvPad, iPad | Comments Off on Clearance – AvPad for the Original iPad is on sale

We dropped the price of the AvPad for the Original iPad to $65. Pick one up for someone you know with an original iPad. It’s great for anyone who uses an iPad. From the desk to the boardroom to the cockpit to the couch. (will not fit the iPad2, only the original iPad)

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2-Day Shipping now Available for AvPad orders

Posted by on Dec 14, 2011 in AvPad, iPad | Comments Off on 2-Day Shipping now Available for AvPad orders

Just in time for the holidays, we are now providing a 2-Day Shipping option for AvPad orders in the US. The AvPad is an iPad kneeboard AND case for pilots to use their iPad in-flight. The AvPad provides access to all ports & buttons. The iPad does not have to be removed from the kneeboard when you are done flying, and can be carried with your everywhere, just like a regular folio case for the iPad. The AvPad features an outside pen loop so you can carry a pen and a stylus at the same time. Elastic straps on the inside to hold a note pad,...

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AvPads for iPad 2 are in!

Posted by on Nov 14, 2011 in Aviation, AvPad, iPad | Comments Off on AvPads for iPad 2 are in!

We had boxes of AvPads for the iPad 2 show up on our doorsteps this weekend, a few days earlier than expected. Get them while they last!

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3 Reasons I Recommend the AvPad iPad Kneeboard

Posted by on Sep 2, 2011 in AvPad | Comments Off on 3 Reasons I Recommend the AvPad iPad Kneeboard

Thanks to Len Costa from The Pilot Report for the great review after his research at EAA Airventure this year. Click on Read More for the embedded video…  

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AvPad for the iPad 2 are back in stock!

Posted by on Sep 2, 2011 in Aviation, AvPad, iPad | Comments Off on AvPad for the iPad 2 are back in stock!

Get them while they last!  

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AvPad kneeboards for iPad 2 sold out

Posted by on Aug 13, 2011 in Aviation, AvPad, iPad | 2 comments

After an amazing response at EAA Airventure in Oshkosh we are currently sold out of the AvPad iPad Kneeboard for the iPad 2. We should have more in stock in about 2 weeks. We will post again here with a definite date as soon as we get one from our manufacturer. We do still have models that fit the original iPad in stock.

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The AvPad for iPad 2 is Available for Purchase

Posted by on Aug 3, 2011 in Aviation, AvPad, iPad | Comments Off on The AvPad for iPad 2 is Available for Purchase

In our store, you will now find the AvPad for iPad 2 available for purchase. We have a limited supply available after the amazing response at EAA Airventure, but our manufacturer is currently making more. So if supply runs out on the site, we should have more in a week to ten days. Please be patient as we try to fulfill everyone’s request for the AvPad for iPad 2.

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AvPad for iPad 2 Update

Posted by on Jun 24, 2011 in AvPad | 2 comments

We have been hard at work to get the iPad 2 version of the AvPad ready for you. We have run into a number of small issues, which prevented us from getting this out the door sooner. After a lot of trial and error, we have decided to re-design the case for the iPad 2. We had to remove the “sleeve” that the iPad slips into and instead added elastic straps on the corners to secure it in place. You still retain access to all the ports and buttons. Besides changing the design of how the iPad is secured, all other features remain the...

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FAA InFO: Using iPads in the Cockpit

Posted by on Jun 4, 2011 in Aviation, iPad | Comments Off on FAA InFO: Using iPads in the Cockpit

On Friday, May 13th, the FAA released an InFO (Information For Operators) regarding the use of the iPad in the cockpit. Essentially, for Part 91 (Typical General Aviation) the only thing they suggest in moving to a paperless cockpit is flying with backup paper charts until the operator is comfortable. For other types of operation they explain what types of approvals and certifications are needed for using the iPad in the cockpit They do suggest using a kneeboard to secure the iPad if using Type B Software: “To be used in critical phases of...

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