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FlightPath introduces 60” flat screens to the classroom

Posted 3 March 2014 · Add Comment

After only a few months of success with the integration of iPad technology into the classroom, FlightPath International has now introduced the use of 60” flat screen monitors at the FlightPath International Training Centre.

Each of its state of the art classrooms is now fitted with a pair of High Definition 1080p flat screen displays coupled with wireless iPad technology, for the projection of flight deck panels and aircraft schematics.

The ability to zoom in and focus on main elements of the projected displays provides its Instructors with the ability to focus on various key elements during the delivery of the course, enhancing the student’s ability to understand and succeed. FlightPath International has implemented a strategy to ensure it is providing all of its students with the very latest technology as it becomes available.

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