That’s the question AOPA’s Ian Twombly asks in a report at AOPA.org, which begins: “If an aviation company offered a moving-map GPS with a 10-inch display, a nation’s worth of charts and approach plates, flight planning, weather, a full aviation library, and the basic functions of a computer all for around $630, every pilot would own one. That’s just what the Apple iPad is offering. So why doesn’t every pilot have one?”
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Janice Wood is editor of General Aviation News.
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