Ipads are becoming more common in cockpit and main cabin

08/16/2012 | TNooz.com

Commercial airlines are more commonly using tablet computers in the cockpit. The practice is expected to save United Airlines 263,000 gallons of fuel each year due to reduced weight. The iPad is also having an effect on in-flight entertainment. Qantas, for example, is giving business- and coach-class fliers iPads to watch videos during long flights.

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