GA pilot's point of view on PEDs in flight

11/1/2013 | Flying online

What passengers have long assumed, general aviation pilots know for a fact: Personal electronic devices will not interfere with an aircraft's performance, says Flying magazine Editor-in-Chief Robert Goyer. "We know this because we sit for hours on end with our iPads and Android tablets, with our handheld GPSes, our ADS-B receivers, our personal locator beacons, noise canceling headsets, smart watches and, shhhh, yes, even our smart phones ... inches away from the G1000 while we happily while away the hours en route with no disruption to critical functionality whatsoever," he writes.

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