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Jet Shades Tinted Window Panels »

A challenge in some cabin-class airplanes is balancing the temperature between the cockpit and the rear cabin, or even keeping the cockpit cool even when the air conditioning is running. A company called Jet Shades found a solution with its innovative removable tinted window panels. They require no FAA approvals because they don't modify or even touch the existing windows, plus they can be kept in place during flight. Aviation Consumer Editor Larry Anglisano took a look at the product at this year's NBAA-BACE convention in Orlando, Florida, and prepared this video report with company founder Kevin Duggan. More

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