FAA LogoThinking of integrating the iPad into you flight operation? Read the FAA's Advisory Circulars as well as news articles pertaining to the use of iPads in the cockpit.

AC 120-76 – Guidelines for the Certification, Airworthiness and Operational Approval of Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Computing Devices

Updated June 1, 2012

IMPORTANT: This advisory circular does not apply to FAA Part 91 GA piston aircraft operations, but should still be referenced as guidance when using the iPad as a paper chart replacement. Pilots flying large, turbine multi-engine aircraft (FAA Part 91F) must adhere to the EFB testing and documentation requirements listed below, but DO NOT need FAA approval before using an EFB as the sole source of charts and aviation data in the cockpit.

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