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Adventure Pilot brings out innovative EFB update
In this latest update, iFly EFB has integrated with Avidyne's advanced integrated flight display (IFD) systems, fostering enhanced collaboration and efficiency for flight planning. It's excellent news for pilots.
iFly EFB 12.2 is now available for download on the App Store and the Google Play Store.

Adventure Pilot, a provider of electronic flight bag solutions, is releasing iFly EFB 12.2, an update that brings new features to the aviation community, including an integration with Avidyne's advanced flight displays.

In this latest update, iFly EFB has integrated with Avidyne's advanced integrated flight display (IFD) systems, fostering enhanced collaboration and efficiency for flight planning. Now, pilots can easily share flight plans to and from Avidyne systems directly from their iFly EFB app, streamlining the flight preparation process and ensuring data consistency between avionics systems. In addition, WAAS GPS, ADS-B and AHRS data will stream from the Avidyne system, automatically and seamlessly enhancing the situational awareness and capabilities of the iFly EFB app.

iFly EFB 12.2 represents a significant milestone for iFly as we continue to prioritise safety and innovation in the aviation industry,” says Juanita Boyd, VP of operations for Adventure Pilot. “This partnership between iFly and Avidyne is a testament to our commitment to delivering exceptional user experiences and a step forward in fostering greater harmony between avionics systems.”

“The ability to integrate with another fantastic EFB solution like iFly EFB enhances the freedom of choice that our Avidyne pilots are used to,” adds Mike Salmon, technical marketing manager at Avidyne. “We are very happy to work closely with the Adventure Pilot team to provide an exceptional flying experience for a broader range of customers.”

iFly EFB 12.2 is now available for download on the App Store and the Google Play Store.

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