Annapolis, Maryland, USA, November 29, 2007 — ARINC Incorporated today announced that aviation application developer MyAirplane.com of Columbus, Ohio, is assuming complete product support and marketing responsibility for ARINC’s eFlyBook in the General Aviation marketplace.
Introduced in 2006, eFlyBook is the first electronic flight bag to utilize an “electronic paper” display for navigation charts and documents. The tablet-size device uses a glare-free screen that is legible under any light conditions.
eFlyBook is sold with a subscription for electronic navigation chart updates and flight information monthly. It will continue to be distributed by EDMO Distributors Inc. of Spokane, WA, through its national distribution network.
“MyAirplane.com has been supporting eFlyBook’s users since it was launched, and we are enthusiastic about this new opportunity to advance the product in the marketplace,” stated Dennis Megarry, President of MyAirplane.com. “Because eFlyBook is such a unique solution, we envision a very bright future for it in General Aviation.”
“ARINC is pleased and proud to see eFlyBook mature into a widely accepted product for General Aviation,” stated Bob Hanley, ARINC Vice President, Business Aviation Solutions. “We believe this change will allow MyAirplane.com to focus more fully on servicing its existing customers and the marketplace.”
Based in Columbus, Ohio, MyAirplane.com is a leading developer and supplier of innovative software and hardware solutions for the General Aviation market. For more information, visit the web site at www.myairplane.com.
ARINC Incorporated, a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group, provides communications, engineering and integration solutions for commercial, defense and government customers worldwide. Headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland with regional offices in London and Singapore, ARINC is ISO 9001:2000 certified. For more information go to www.arinc.com.
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