MyGoFlight.com, a website focused on the use of the iPad in aviation, has launched its site and sale of its new product — the iPad Kneeboard Pro and Pro C.
MyGoFlight.com helps pilots in all phases of flight through the secure use of the iPad, its flight applications, and the Internet in aviation, say developers, who note they have three goals: Provide a site for sorting through the hundreds of applications relevant to flying; to provide training resources for pilots and flight instructors for the safe use of the iPad in the aviation field; and to provide the iPad Kneeboard Pro and Pro C for the secure use of the iPad in flight.’
The iPad Kneeboard Pro, made of anodized aluminum, is a form fitted case that is padded with a layer of neoprene foam that holds the iPad in place. Its cut-out design provides access to all of the iPad’s ports, buttons and rocker controls. The Pro C includes a specialized Jeppesen IFR clipboard that adheres on the outside or inside of the case. This allows added flexibility to carry and take notes in-flight.
“The iPad is a new way to fly,” said Charles Schneider, co-founder of MyGoFlight.com. “Having the ability to access the wealth of aviation information on the Internet from anywhere at anytime right up to flight time is convenient. Being able to bring a vast amount of information, flight planning and calculation tools with you on each and every flight in a very secure, economical, easy to use, easy to read and easy to carry device is simply amazing.”
For more information: MyGoFlight.com