Videos: How to mount and fly with an iPad in the cockpit

Jason Schappert, the pilot blogger behind MzeroA.com, has recently made a couple of useful videos about how to mount and use an iPad in the cockpit. In the first video, Jason takes you into the cockpit of his Cessna 150 to show you how he uses his iPad with a kneepad (instead of a yoke mount). Keep in mind that Jason is TALL, as in 6 ft 4 inches or 193 cm’s, and the cockpit of a Cessna 150 is SMALL:

In this other video, Jason shows you some tools he uses and the ways he uses an iPad in the cockpit. This includes on how to run a split screen on the iPad:

It should be mentioned that Jason has a couple of iPad in the cockpit videos under the posts, Check Weather On The iPad and Flight Plan on the iPad. In addition, we also have a number of posts here covering all aspects of iPad usage by pilots, including whether or not to upgrade one, what apps to use and general tips or tricks for pilot users.

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