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CheckMate Aviation Announces Version 7.8 of Their Aviation Safety Checklist Systems Plus Expanded Features For Their Apple & Android Apps

CheckMate Aviation announces version 7.8 of their checklist cards incorporating coming FAA recommendations and requirements. Also added are new features for their Apple and Android apps.

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CheckMate Checklist Features

Over A Dozen New Features Added To Their Electronic Versions.

5+ Stars - No other solution that I know meets these requirements: edit on the web, Apple and Android platforms, sharing and printing.... Private Pilot Magazine

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 04, 2014

CheckMate Aviation announces version 7.8 for its printed checklist cards. Version 7.8 will be available for all 300+ models of aircraft produced by CheckMate and include the FAA regulations and aviation safety recommendations pertaining to the use of ADS-B and Transponder use during Taxi maneuvers.

In addition, a new version of the apps for Apple and Android contain over a dozen new updates and features to their web-based content management system. Electronic data is shared between a pilot's desktop and mobile device. Another first is the ability to view a checklist across both platforms, Apple's iOS and Android OS.

CheckMate Aviation has produced pilot supplies since 1992. They provide over 1200 models of checklists covering over 300 aircraft models. (Some aircraft systems are available in as many as 7 different versions or sizes - Cards in Standard, Compact, and Pocket size as well as abbreviated versions, enhanced flip-book versions, and electronic apps.) CheckMate is located in Atlanta, GA. Its clients span over 35 countries around the world and provide services for flight schools and pilot stores as well as pilots in general and corporate aviation. They can provide customized systems for aircraft manufacturers, flight schools, training facilities, FBO's, and flying clubs, as well as for individual pilots.