The cockpit of an airplane is usually the target for most innovations in aviation technology. Over the past decade, at least some of that attention has focused on the pilot’s “flight bag,” a mainstay of the flight deck. The term refers to the box-like briefcase that holds everything a pilot might need: the aircraft operating […]
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