Pilots of single-engine Cessnas, from 172s through 210s, often fly with their charts, airport directories, transceivers, flashlights and approach plates floating around on the floor between the two front seats.
Backseat passengers feet tend to rearrange the floor layout and theres the potential that some of the goodies will migrate underfoot or, worse, lodge under the rudder pedals.
Several manufacturers have addressed this problem by marketing cockpit organizers that fill the gap between the seats. Weve flight tested two of these organizers for the past few months, on long and short trips in several Cessna 210s.
The first is the Cockpit Compan...