PODCAST: What’s Next for EFBs in Airline Operations with Collins Aerospace

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Jon Merritt, VSL, Flight Deck and EFB Applications, Collins Aerospace, is the visitor on this episode.

On this episode of the Connected Aviation Intelligence Podcast, Jon Merritt, VSL Flight Deck and Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Applications, Collins Aerospace, signs up with to discuss how using EFBs are developing for airline company pilots.

On June 1, Collins introduced its brand-new FlightHub Electronic Flight Folder with access to brand-new fuel cost savings application. Merritt, who is the previous director of flight operations innovation for United Airlines, talks about the value of developing a technique when it concerns the adoption and operation of brand-new EFB apps.

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