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February 2015 Issue

Gadget Flight Rules

Some do’s and don’ts for in-cockpit gadgets:

Carry a back-up for critical functions: either a second gadget configured like your primary one or—the horror!—actual paper. Print out the terminal procedures you expect to need. Include a copy of your flight plan. Write down your clearance, and any amendments. Maybe even a sectional chart?

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