Electronic document management

  • 10-Oct-2011 02:11 EDT

Gulfstream Aerospace’s PlaneBook app is an electronic document management system for iPad that provides pilots easy and immediate access to critical flight information and aircraft-specific documents such as the Airplane Flight Manual, Operating Manual, pilot checklist, and the Quick Reference Handbook (QRH). The electronic version of the QRH, which includes emergency flight procedures, serves as the master document that links to all other documents for easy cross-referencing. The app will give pilots the information they need right at their fingertips and, most importantly, will give them automatic updates as aircraft documents and procedures are updated. Pilots can create and add their own content, including checklists, standard operating procedures, and other reference materials.

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