Mokulele Airlines has received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval for the use of iPads (Electronic Flight Bags) replacing paper on the flight deck. The use of i-Pads replaces logbooks, manuals, charts and also displays satellite weather.
The 1.5 pound iPad replaces
about 15 pounds of paper on each of Mokulele's Caravans saving an
estimated 1,400 gallons of fuel per year. The FAA has granted Mokulele
approval to be the first Hawaii based
airline for use of iPads in all phases of flight. By using electronic
charts and manuals, the safety and efficiency on the flight deck is
significantly enhanced. This FAA approval cumulates the results of
several months of training and compliance with FAA Advisory Circulars.
Mokulele Flight Service, flying the skies of Hawai'i since 1994, was
purchased by TransPac Aviation, Inc. last year. Mokulele offers more
than 60 flights a day connecting Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui
and the Big Island with their fleet of 9 passenger turbine powered
Cessna Grand Caravans. Mokulele recently commenced service between Kahului and Lanai. New service is planned between Honolulu and Kapalua starting July 1st. The company is headquartered in Kailua-Kona.
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