Flight Out­fit­ters’ new back­pack; Aspen Avion­ics’ lower-cost E5 dis­play

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With so many flight bags on the mar­ket, why would there be a need for a new de­sign? Ap­par­ently, Flight Out­fit­ters saw the de­mand and sought to meet it with the Cen­ter­line back­pack.

The bag has a sim­ple, clean de­sign that in­cludes a slew of pi­lot-friendly fea­tures. On one side is a slot for a stan­dard fuel tester, along with a mesh pocket with an elas­tic top that pre­vents gear from fall­ing out. The other side of the bag has a full-length zip­per open­ing up to a padded com­part­ment that has slots for two large elec­tronic de­vices.

Cov­ered with a large flap held down by quick­re­lease straps is the main com­part­ment, which can be split in two to pro­vide a head­set pocket that can be opened from the side. The di­vider can be folded down to pro­vide a much larger space for books, clothes or other stuff if you’re not bring­ing a head­set to the large pock­ets within the main com­part­ment help keep your gear or­ga­nized. roller bag.

Other clever fea­tures have been added to sim­plify the pi­lot’s life, such as a pass-through slot for charging ca­bles for the elec­tron­ics. is priced at $99.95.

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