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<div>New Navigation and Data Capabilities Enhance Mobile FliteDeck for Business & General Aviation Pilots</div>

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ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 15, 2018 — Boeing [NYSE: BA] today announced enhancements to Jeppesen Mobile FliteDeck, a popular electronic flight bag (EFB) solution for the business and general aviation market. New

features include real-time data capabilities for better decision making and intelligent data processing based on pilot preferences and requirements.

“Introducing new data-driven features for Mobile FliteDeck underscores our commitment to delivering world class EFB data and services for our customers,” said William Ampofo, vice president, Business & General Aviation, Boeing Global Services. “These enhancements will simplify the flying experience by making data more accessible and usable in all phases of flight.”

Enhancements to Mobile FliteDeck include:

  • - Jeppesen Standard Airway Manual text is now fully indexed and searchable, optimizing the flight preparation process.
  • - A new Organized Track Structure simplifies international, oceanic flight tracks by automatically plugging in route information based on entered arrival and departure airports, eliminating manual data entry.
  • - Smart Notes, which analyze chronological and geospatial flight information to present key data points for pilots automatically, without the need for manual interaction.
  • - New Standard Instrument Departure/Standard Arrival Routes (SID/STAR) chart data capabilities include own-ship depiction to highlight airplane location on the map in the busy terminal airspace environment. Pilots can now choose specific SID/STAR routing data to fit their unique flight plans and operation.

For more information about Jeppesen Mobile FliteDeck and the complete selection of mobile EFB services, please visit www.jeppesen.com/mobile.

Operating as one of Boeing’s three business units, Global Services is headquartered in the Dallas area. For more information, visit www.boeing.com/services.

Contact:
Brian Rantala
Boeing Communications
Office: +1 303-328-4370
Mobile: +1 720-568-9298
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