Japan Airlines Orders Boeing EFBs

By Tish Drake | April 4, 2007
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Boeing said Japan Airlines International will install its Class 3 Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) on two new 777 airplanes to be delivered this year. The EFBs, which are the airlines’ first EFB order, will be installed on a 777-200 scheduled for delivery in May and a 777-300ER set to join the fleet later in the year. The Boeing Class 3 EFB is a pilot-dedicated flight-deck computer integrated into an airplane’s avionics. Boeing said its EFB has recorded more than 1,000 total orders since it was introduced for sale in 2002. It has been ordered for Next-Generation 737s, 747s, 757s, 767s, 777s and 787s (the Class 3 EFB comes as standard equipment on the 787 Dreamliner). For related news

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