Piper, ATP to debut POH for iPad at AOPA Summit

Piper Aircraft and Aircraft Technical Publishers (ATP) will debut new, electronic Pilot Operating Handbook (E-POH) libraries for Piper’s M-Class and Twin-Class aircraft using the HubConnect App for iPad from ATP.

Both companies will have experts available at Piper’s static aircraft display at Fort Worth Meacham International Airport during the 2013 AOPA Aviation Summit and Airportfest on Oct. 10-12 to demonstrate the new E-POH libraries on the iPad.

Piper models covered by ATP’s E-POH libraries for iPad include the Meridian, Matrix and Mirage, and the Piper Seneca V (pictured) and Seminole.

These new E-POH libraries give Piper owners anywhere, anytime access to the documentation necessary to support compliance and safety efforts.

All E-POH libraries from ATP include Airworthiness Directives (AD), Service Bulletins (SB), and Special Airworthiness Information Bulletins (SAIB) related to the specific aircraft model. Libraries also include Advisory Circular (AC) 43-16A maintenance alerts and the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM). Daily revision services to all content are included with an E-POH library subscription.

“Our collaboration with ATP gives the owners and operators of Piper airplanes the most up-to-date, convenient and proven access to data necessary for the safe and efficient operation of their aircraft,” said Piper Vice President Sales and Marketing Drew McEwen. “Having the Piper POHs available on an iPad is another step in making certain that Piper customers enjoy a superior ownership experience.

In addition to Piper pilot operating handbooks, access to all Piper maintenance publications and regulatory documents is available exclusively through the ATP Aviation Hub Online Service and the NavigatorV Desktop Platform from ATP.

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  1. Why bother with iPad version when they could simply re-release their POHs in PDF format that could be read on any platform: iPhone, iPad, PC, Mac or Android. They could have done that many many years ago. Even before iPhone and iPad. Is it really necessary to have an iPad to create a simple PDF file?

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