Jeppesen, a part of Boeing Digital Aviation, has completed successful rapid decompression tests of a new iPad mini with Retina display, proving device integrity in the unlikely event of sudden cabin pressure loss. The rapid decompression testing of the new iPad mini with Retina display follows a recent successful rapid decompression test process of the new iPad Air.
The successful tests were completed to an altitude of 51,000 feet and are part of the program used by operators to obtain FAA authorization for in-flight use of Jeppesen’s industry-leading mobile app solutions on iPad. No anomalies were detected during testing of any current or previous iPad models.
The Jeppesen Mobile FliteDeck app for consumer use is available for download at no additional charge for Jeppesen digital data subscribers through the App Store on iPad or at www.itunes.com/appstore/. To use the app, customers need a digital JeppView or Express JeppView subscription. For details on enterprise use, please contact Jeppesen.
For more information on Jeppesen’s leading mobile aviation solutions, please visit www.jeppesen.com/mobile.
For nearly 80 years, Jeppesen has made it possible for pilots and their passengers to safely and efficiently reach their destinations. Today, this pioneering spirit continues as Jeppesen delivers transformative information and optimization solutions to improve the efficiency of air and sea operations around the globe. Jeppesen is a Boeing subsidiary and part of the Digital Aviation business unit within Boeing Commercial Aviation Services. Boeing offers the industry’s largest portfolio of services, support and solutions, collectively known as the Boeing Edge, providing customers a competitive advantage by solving real operational problems, enabling better decisions, maximizing efficiency and improving environmental performance – intelligent information solutions across the entire aviation ecosystem.