Electronic Flight Bags

Astronautics has helped pioneer the creation of the Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) beginning in the 1990s with the development of the Pilot Access Terminal for United Airlines followed by the first EFB for Boeing on the 777. Astronautics was involved in the writing of the EFB Advisory Circular defining the requirements for EFBs. Astronautics continued to evolve its family of EFBs with dual processor systems, single processor systems, and military/tactical flight bag systems, based on increased processing, memory, and interface capabilities. Today, the Astronautics EFB is available with Type Certifications and Supplement Type Certifications for new production installs as standard and optional equipment, and as retrofit systems for many aircraft types, with more than 85 airlines and many business jet and military operations flying with Astronautics EFBs.

BP3 and BP4
Installed EFBs

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NEXIS FIS
Flight-Intelligence Systems

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TactiX
Military Tactical Flight Bag

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OIT
Onboard Information Terminal

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