The MyGoFlight iPad Checklist is on the back of a luggage tag making it very accessible. It has important information organized in five categories – Before Flight (5+hours), Pre-Flight, In-Flight, Post-Flight and iPad In-Flight Settings.
“The iPad is a very important tool being used before and during flight,” said Charles Schneider, CEO of MyGoFlight. “It is being relied upon as a paper chart replacement and as an emergency back-up system. As such, pilots need to be sure that their iPad is good-to-go where and when they need it. Having given many seminars on how to use the iPad, it became clear that a checklist would help pilots ensure that their iPad was ready for flight.”
The “iPad Takes Flight!” seminar is a very popular program. The current program is a more advanced version to the one given last year at Oshkosh to a standing room only audience. The use of the iPad is portrayed in a real-world scenario covering everything from the hardware, accessories, settings and apps used to integrate the iPad in aviation.
During Oshkosh, the Checklist can be obtained from MyGoFlight at one of their two booths – Hangar B, #2080 and Hangar D, #4108. They will also be available at their two seminar presentations on the “iPad Takes Flight!” scheduled on Tuesday, 7/24, at 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. – Forum Pavilion 03 and Saturday, 7/28, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. – Forum Pavilion 02. Supply is limited to one per person. The MyGoFlight iPad Checklist is also available for purchase from the company’s website, www.MyGoFlight.com. To contact MyGoFlight, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303.364.7400.
MyGoFlight provides products for the iPad In Motion™ for aviators and people with an active iPad lifestyle. The company’s goal is to make products for the demanding and exacting needs of pilots and the cockpit environment and make them available for all. For more information, visit www.mygoflight.com.