Alaska Airlines curbs pilot use of iPads because of Wi-Fi interference

05/31/2011 | FlightGlobal.com (U.K.)

Alaska Airlines recently announced that its pilots would begin using iPads rather than the traditional heavier paper flight manuals. But after observers discovered Wi-Fi interference, the pilots have been ordered to stop using the devices for some duties. "It is our understanding that this [issue] is going to be addressed," a spokeswoman said.

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