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Garmin Pilot™ (Android) Garmin Pilot for iOS
Garmin Pilot™ for iOS
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This manual reflects the operation of Software version 9.7.0 or later. Some differences in operation may be observed when comparing the information in this manual to earlier or later software
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Warnings, Cautions & Notes
WARNING: Do not rely solely upon the indicators shown on the Panel Display
Pane to maneuver the aircraft.
WARNING: The altitude displayed by Garmin Pilot™ on the Panel Page is
geometric height above Mean Sea Level and could vary significantly from
the altitude displayed by pressure altimeters. Always use pressure altitude
displayed by the aircraft altimeter when determining or selecting aircraft
altitude.
WARNING: Do not use outdated database information. Databases used in
Garmin Pilot™ must be updated regularly in order to ensure the information
remains current. Pilots using any outdated database do so entirely at their
own risk.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of unsafe operation, carefully review and
understand all aspects of the Garmin Pilot™ User documentation and
the Pilot’s Operating Handbook of the aircraft. Thoroughly practice basic
operation prior to actual use. During flight operations, carefully compare
indications from Garmin Pilot™ to all available navigation sources, including
the information from other NAVAIDs, visual sightings, charts, etc. For safety
purposes, always resolve any discrepancies before continuing navigation.
WARNING: Garmin Pilot™ has a very high degree of functional integrity.
However, the pilot must recognize that providing monitoring and/or self-test
capability for all conceivable failures is not practical. Although unlikely, it may
be possible for erroneous operation to occur without a fault indication shown
by Garmin Pilot™. It is thus the responsibility of the pilot to detect such
an occurrence by means of cross-checking with all redundant or correlated
information available in the cockpit.
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Warnings, Cautions & Notes
WARNING: For safety reasons, Garmin Pilot™ operational procedures must
be learned on the ground.
WARNING: The United States government operates the Global Positioning
System and is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. The
GPS system is subject to changes which could affect the accuracy and
performance of all GPS equipment. Portions of Garmin Pilot™ utilize GPS as a
precision electronic NAVigation AID (NAVAID). Therefore, as with all NAVAIDs,
information presented by Garmin Pilot™ can be misused or misinterpreted
and, therefore, can become unsafe.
WARNING: Do not use basemap (land and water data) information for
primary navigation. Basemap data is intended only to supplement other
approved navigation data sources and should be considered as an aid to
enhance situational awareness.
WARNING: Do not use the indicated data link weather product age to
determine the age of the weather information shown by the data link weather
product. Due to time delays inherent in gathering and processing weather
data for data link transmission, the weather information shown by the data
link weather product may be significantly older than the indicated weather
product age.
WARNING: Do not use data link weather information for maneuvering in,
near, or around areas of hazardous weather. Information contained within
data link weather products may not accurately depict current weather
conditions.
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Warnings, Cautions & Notes
WARNING: Do not rely solely upon the display of traffic information for
collision avoidance maneuvering. The traffic display does not provide collision
avoidance resolution advisories and does not under any circumstances or
conditions relieve the pilot’s responsibility to see and avoid other aircraft.
WARNING: Do not rely solely upon the display of traffic information to
accurately depict all of the traffic within range of the aircraft. Due to lack of
equipment, poor signal reception, and/or inaccurate information from aircraft
or ground stations, traffic may be present that is not represented on the
display.
NOTE: All visual depictions contained within this document, including screen
images of Garmin Pilot™ panel and displays, are subject to change and may
not reflect the most current Garmin Pilot™ software and aviation databases.
NOTE: Interference from GPS repeaters operating inside nearby hangars
can cause an intermittent loss of altitude and heading displays while on the
ground. Moving more than 100 yards away from the source of the interference
should alleviate the condition.
NOTE: Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) data is provided by the FAA and
may not be updated outside of normal business hours. Confirm data currency
through alternate sources and contact the local FSS for interpretation of TFR
data.
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Warnings, Cautions & Notes
NOTE: The navigation databases used in Garmin navigation systems contain
Special Procedures. Prior to flying these procedures, pilots must have specific
FAA authorization, training, and possession of the corresponding current,
and legitimately-sourced chart (approach plate, etc.…). Inclusion of the
Special Procedure in the navigation database DOES NOT imply specific FAA
authorization to fly the procedure.
NOTE: Should you notice any abnormalities when your Garmin Pilot application
is syncronized with another device via bluetooth, please disconnect, then
reconnect, and verify proper functionality and syncronization.
NOTE: Apple is going away from the circular 'Home' button. Some new
designs incorporate sensors that will illuminate the screen when triggered by
movement, touch, or facial recognition. Please reference Apple's User Guide
for the appropriate commands, gestures, etc., used to replace the physical
'Home' button.
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Software License Agreement
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
BY USING THE DEVICE, COMPONENT OR SYSTEM MANUFACTURED OR SOLD BY GARMIN (“THE
GARMIN PRODUCT”), YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT. PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY. Garmin Ltd. and its
subsidiaries (“Garmin”) grants you a limited license to use the software embedded in the Garmin Product
(the “Software”) in binary executable form in the normal operation of the Garmin Product. Title, ownership
rights, and intellectual property rights in and to the Software remain with Garmin and/or its third-party
providers. You acknowledge the Software is the property of Garmin and/or its third-party providers and
is protected under the United States of America copyright laws and international copyright treaties. You
further acknowledge the structure, organization, and code of the Software are valuable trade secrets of
Garmin and/or its third-party providers and the Software in source code form remains a valuable trade
secret of Garmin and/or its third-party providers. You agree not to reproduce, decompile, disassemble,
modify, reverse assemble, reverse engineer, or reduce to human readable form the Software or any part
thereof or create any derivative works based on the Software. You agree not to export or re-export the
Software to any country in violation of the export control laws of the United States of America.
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License Agreement
END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
Garmin Pilot™ by Garmin application and data (the “Application”)
are licensed, not sold. The Application is provided under the following
license and is subject to the following terms and conditions, which are
agreed to by End User (“you” or “your”), on the one hand, and Garmin,
International, Inc. and its affiliates (collectively, "Garmin") on the other
hand.
IMPORTANT: CAREFULLY READ THIS LICENSE BEFORE USING THIS APPLICATION.
USING THIS APPLICATION INDICATES YOUR ACKNOWLEDGMENT THAT YOU HAVE READ
THIS LICENSE AND AGREE TO ITS TERMS. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE, THEN YOU MUST NOT
USE THE APPLICATION.
WARNING: For VFR use only as an aid to prudent navigation. All information is
presented for reference only. You assume total responsibility and risk associated
with using the AOPA Airport Directory.
LICENSE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Garmin grants you a limited, non-exclusive license to use the Application in accordance with the terms
of this Agreement. You agree not to reproduce, copy, modify, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer
or create derivative works of any portion of the Application, and you may not transfer or distribute it in
any form, for any purpose. Garmin reserves the right to anonymously collect and report non-personally
identifiable information related to your use of the Application, such as the frequency with which you use
the Application.
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third-party. You acknowledge the Application should be used only for general information purposes and
you should not rely on the Application for any life or death situation. The Application should not be relied
upon as a sole source of navigation.
No Warranty. This Application is provided to you “as is,” and you agree to use it at your own risk.
Garmin makes no guarantees, representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, arising by
law or otherwise, including but not limited to, content, quality, accuracy, completeness, effectiveness,
reliability, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, usefulness, use or results to be obtained from
the Application, or the Application will be uninterrupted or error-free.
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License Agreement
Advertisements. If the Application is partially or fully supported by advertisements you will receive
advertisements on your mobile device when you use the Application. Garmin might also share on an
anonymous basis the location of your mobile device with the third-party supplier of
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to the location of your device.
Meteo France Weather Data. Weather data provided and/or displayed by Meteo France in connection
with the Application, hereafter called “Meteo France Weather Data”, only indicates the measurement or
the most probable evolution of a set of elements. You therefore acknowledge that Meteo France shall
not be liable for the accuracy of Meteo France Weather Data made available to you, whether such data
are produced by Meteo France or by third-parties. Meteo France, moreover, cannot be held responsible
for events that may result from the interpretation and/or utilization by you, directly or indirectly, of the
Meteo France Weather Data made available. Meteo France cannot be held liable for the absence of
observation data in the set of Meteo France Weather Data provided to you in the case of absence or delay
in availability to Meteo France of data produced and owned by national meteorological services (NMS),
via ECOMET or EUMETSAT, or via the Global Transmission System (GTS). Consequently, you refrain from
pursuing either Meteo France or Meteo France’s own providers for events relating to any interpretation
of the information contained in the Meteo France Weather Data made available to you, or for missing
data. You acknowledge that you have been fully informed of the restrictions of use of such Meteo France
Weather Data, of the exclusions and/or of the limitations of liability regarding such Meteo France Weather
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France, if any. The Meteo France Weather Data is provided on an “as is” basis, without any warranties or
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usage of trade, or course of dealing. You assume all responsibility and risk for the use of the Meteo France
Weather Data and Meteo France disclaims all liability for any loss, injury or damage, resulting from the
use of the Meteo France Weather Data, whether direct or indirect, and whether or not Meteo France has
been advised of or has knowledge of the possibility of such loss, injury or damage. In no event shall Meteo
France have any liability to you or any other person or entity for any compensatory, indirect, incidental,
special, consequential or exemplary damages whatsoever, including, but not limited to, loss of revenue or
profit, or other commercial or economic loss, even if Meteo France has been advised of the possibility of
such damages, or they are foreseeable.
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License Agreement
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License Agreement
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claim of any kind or character, including but not limited to attorney’s fees, arising out of or in connection
with any use or possession by you of the Application.
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agreements previously existing between us with respect to such subject matter.
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AND ALL DISPUTES, CLAIMS AND ACTIONS ARISING FROM OR IN CONNECTION
WITH THE APPLICATION PROVIDED TO YOU HEREUNDER.
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Rev
Date
A
June, 2012
Initial Release
B
July, 2012
Added Data link Traffic and Weather.
C
August, 2012
Added TargetTrend
D
October, 2012
E
January, 2013
F
April, 2013
G
July, 2013
Updated for Application version 4.3:
• Added Scratch Pad
• Added Split-Screen Traffic
Updated for Application version 4.4:
• Tools Menu
• Stopwatch
• Alerts
Updated for Application version 5.0:
• Added New Maps and Map Settings
• Added Track Up
• Added Annotations for Procedures and A/FD
• Updated Scratch Pad
• Updated Trip Planning
• Updated Radial Menu
• Added Alternate Flight Conditions color scheme
Updated for Application version 5.1:
• Added Dedicated Terrain page and Alerting
• Added Terrain overlay on map
• Added Topography
• Added Obstacles overlay
• Added Preferred ATC Routes
• Added SafeTaxi to Split Screen
• Renamed "Trip Planning" to "File and Brief"
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Date
H
July, 2013
J
September,
2013
K
October, 2013
L
May, 2014
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• Added Green Terrain indications
• Corrected Clerical errors
Updated for Application version 5.2:
• Added Proposed Route push notifications
• Added Destination Extended Runway Centerlines
• Added Range Rings
• Added Abeam Location Alerts
• Added Distance Measuring Tool
Updated for Application version 5.3:
• Added D2 Pilot Watch Sync
• Added Audio Alerts
• Added Ownship Track Vector
• Added Decoded TAFs
Updated for Application version 6.0:
• iOS 7 Redesign
• GDL 39 3D support with Attitude Indicator
• Flight/Trip Planning Enhancements
• VIRB™ Action Camera support
• Traffic Patterns
• Special Use Airspace Frequencies
• New Devices Page to manage Garmin hardware
Updated for Application version 6.1:
• Synthetic Vision
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Date
Change Summary
M
August, 2014
N
February, 2015
P
June, 2015
Q
October, 2015
Updated for Application version 6.2:
• Added updates for Garmin Pilot Global Premium Subscription
• Added Visual Reporting Points (VRPs) and Euro Airway functionality
• Added Smart Airspace
• Added FastFind predictive waypoint entry
Updated for Application version 7.1:
• Replaced Devices Page with Connext
• Added Flight Stream functionality
• Miscellaneous user interface updates
Updated for Application version 7.2:
• G3X Touch Integration
• GLO Connext Integration
• Helicopter Charts
• Highest Point Along Route
• Single Sign-On
Updated for Application version 7.4:
• Logbook
• Nearest (NRST) navigation functionality
• Density Altitude added to the Airport Widget, the weather section
of the Airport Information Page, and the weather icon on the Radial
Menu
• Distance Measuring Tool enhancement (can now adjust the placement of pins after they've been dropped)
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Date
R
February, 2016
S
June, 2016
T
October, 2016
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Updated for Application version 8.1:
• Logbook enhancements
• Radial Menu improvements
• Chart Binder upgrades
• Multiple page Scratch Pad
• Lockheed Martin and VFR Flight Plan Filing
• Airspace Labels
• UK maps (NATs)
• Profile View (iPad only)
• Trip Planning - Altitude guide and alternate airports
• GTX 345 Hardware Support
• X-Plane v10.30+ integration
Updated for Application version 8.2:
• Personal Minimums
• Runway Winds
• Customizable Flight Plan Names
• aera 660 Integration
Updated for Application version 8.4.1:
• D2 Bravo and D2 Bravo Titanium support
• Map PIREP Filtering
• Optional Number Row For Touchscreen Keyboard
• Option To Add All Charts To Custom Chart Binder
• Canadian Flight Supplement Available In Airport Information
• Flight Stream 510 Integration
• Jeppesen Charts
• Chart Overlays
• Glide Range Ring
• Map / Flight Plan Enhancements and Graphical Route Editing
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U
Date
February, 2018
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Updated for Application version 9.1.
• Weight and Balance
• Electronic Checklist Integration
• Advanced Aircraft Performance
• Expanded Data Sharing
• Freehand™
• Customize Home Menu Icons
• Web-based Flight Planning Tools Integration
• Importing User Waypoints
• Logbook Photos
• Logbook Auto-Logging
• Customize order of Checklist Binders
• Fuel Planner
• Sirius XM Weather Overlay Enhancements
• inReach SE+ and inReach Explorer+ Integration
• European IFR Autorouting and Filing
• Radar and Infrared Satellite Color Palettes
• Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast Data
• Icing Forecast
• Scratch Pad Split Screen
• Wireless Delivery of Jeppesen Charts via the Flight Stream 510
• Logbook Tracks
• Currency Alerts
• CFI Endorsements Given
• Virb 360 and Virb Ultra Action Camera Support
• Split-Screen Synthetic Vision
• Search and Rescue (SAR)
• Weight and Balance for Helicopters
• Emergency Mode (EMER)
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Date
U
February, 2018
V
December, 2018
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Updated for Application version 9.1. (Cont't)
• Enhanced Stadium TFRs
• Split-Screen Selector
• D2 Charlie Series and D2 Charlie Titanium support
• GDL 51/51R and 52/52R Integration
• OpenStreetMap
• Worldwide Winds Aloft Coverage
Updated for Application version 9.5:
• Airspace Alerts
• Enhanced Flight Profile view to include Icing Data
• Enhanced Storm Cell Projected Path
• Sirius XM Surface Analysis
• Traffic Page Enhancements
• Enhanced Extended Runway Centerline Display
• Document Viewer
• Flight Data Log Visualization (EIS)
• Model Output Statistics (MOS)
• Area Forecast Discussion
• Base Reflectivity Radar
• PIREPs Flight Profile View
• User Shape Files
• User Preference Backup
• FltPlan.com
• Various menu/procedure/screenshot updates
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Date
Change Summary
W
June, 2019
Updated for Application version 9.6.3
• Enhancements to FltPlan.com Synchronization
• FBO Fees
• Flight Data Log Exceedance Alerts
• Enhanced Split Screen Customization Capabilities
• Enhanced Runway Centerline Options
• Bulk Deletion of User Waypoints
• GPS 175 / GNX 375 Support
• MARQ Aviator Watch Support
• Various Updates to Graphics, Procedures, Structure
Y
August, 2019
Z
September,
2019
Updated for Application version 9.7.0
• Various Updates to Graphics, Procedures, Structure
• Integration of FltPlan.com Premium Services
• Incorporated European VFR Data
• Enhanced European Autorouting
• GNC 355 Support
• Radial Menu Enhancements
• Corrected Clerical Errors
• ADS-B Compliance Tool
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Overview
OVERVIEW
FEATURES
• Dynamic Maps
• Extensive text products: AIRMETs,
SIGMETs, PIREPs, METARs, TAFs,
• Charts; VFR Aeronautical, low and high
Winds Aloft, MOS Forecast, Forecast
IFR en-route, airport diagrams and
discussion, and NOTAMs.
approach procedures
• Optional geo-referenced Garmin
FliteCharts® and Garmin SafeTaxi®
both show aircraft position on
approach charts or taxiways
• AOPA Airport Directory
• Optional Terrain and Obstacle alerting.
• Comprehensive weather data direct
from the National Weather Service and
Environment Canada
• Dynamic weather overlaid with the
active route on top of an aeronautical,
enroute chart or map
• Optional integration with the GDL 39 /
GDL 39 3D, GDL 51/51R, GDL 52/52R,
Garmin D2™ Series Pilot Watches,
• Garmin patented navigation panel with
Garmin MARQ™ Aviator Watch, Flight
course guidance, GPS altitude, and
Stream 110/210, 510, GTX 345, GPS
ground speed indicators
175, GNX 375, GNC 355, G3X Touch, • Flight plan filing via Fltplan.com for
aera 660, and the VIRB™ Action
use in Trip Planning.
Camera
• Weather Maps: Animated radar,
AIRMETs, SIGMETs, Icing, Lightning,
PIREPs, METARs, TAFs, Winds Aloft,
TFRs, Infrared and Visible Satellite
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ABOUT THIS HANDBOOK
This operating handbook is designed to provide a comprehensive guide to help
with understanding how to use Garmin Pilot for reviewing aviation weather, airport
information, creating and filing flight plans, and for viewing charts, maps, and
navigation data in-flight.
IPAD® TRICKS FOR PILOTS
The iPad is offered in a variety of memory capacities and each comes with one
of two connectivity options; Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + 3G/4G. It is important to know which
connectivity option is available before using Garmin Pilot for navigation. There are
also a few things to know about the iPad’s basic features and settings that will
enhance the Garmin Pilot experience on the iPad. These features are not hidden, but
they may not be immediately apparent to the novice iPad user. To become completely
familiar with the iPad, it is recommended to read the iPad User Guide.
GPS
Global Positioning System (GPS) receiving capability is optional on the iPad. Garmin
Pilot can be used without GPS for flight planning, but the navigation features will
be inoperative. Of the two connectivity options for the iPad, only the iPad with Wi-Fi
+ cellular has an internal GPS receiver. For iPads that only have Wi-Fi available, a
Garmin GLO™ portable GPS and GLONASS receiver, a Garmin GDL 39 portable GPS
and ADS-B receiver, or a Garmin GTX 345 ADS-B transponder will be required in order
to take advantage of the navigation features in Garmin Pilot. Alternative or thirdparty GPS sources known to work with Garmin Pilot are: Bad Elf, Dual Electronics
XGPS150 Universal Bluetooth® GPS, and GNS 5870 MFI Bluetooth® GPS receiver.
Other iPad-compatible portable GPS sources may also work with Garmin Pilot.
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DISPLAY ORIENTATION
The iPad has a default setting that will enable the unit to automatically rotate the
display to either portrait or landscape according to which edge of the unit is facing
upward. This automatic setting can be quite troublesome in the cockpit as the solidstate accelerometers in the iPad are very sensitive to movement and can cause the
display to rotate unexpectedly.
There are two ways to enable/disable the rotation lock; first via the iPad control
center, and second from within Garmin Pilot by selecting 'Lock Screen' under the
Tools button.
Locking Orientation in the iPad Control Center:
1) Swipe down from the top, right corner of any screen.
2) Tap the orientation lock icon to lock/unlock the automatic screen
orientation feature.
Orientation Lock
iPad Control Center
Or: Within Garmin Pilot tap, Tools > Lock Screen.
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GLARE REDUCTION
One limitation of the iPad hardware in the cockpit is glare. There are number of
ways to mitigate the effects of glare using aftermarket screen protectors and similar
products. However, one can do reasonably well by simply adjusting the display
brightness and/or selecting White on Black or “Night Mode” for operations in low
light conditions.
Within Garmin Pilot, night mode is available from the menu on the Map Page,
Flight Plan Page, and the Synthetic Vision page.
Adjusting Display Brightness:
1) Open the iPad Settings Menu.
2) Under the Settings column on the left, tap Display & Brightness.
3) Use the slider control to manually adjust the display brightness.
The iPad can also be configured to invert its display to improve contrast at night or
in low light conditions. Even with Night Mode activated, it may be necessary to dim
the display for low light conditions.
Selecting iPad Night Mode:
1) Open the iPad Settings Menu.
2) Under the Settings column on the left, tap General.
3) Tap the Accessibility submenu.
4) Tap Display Accomodations submenu.
5) Tap Invert Colors submenu and select Smart Invert, or Classic Invert to
select/deselect Night Mode.
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Using the iPad's Home Button to select Night Mode:
1) Open the iPad Settings Menu.
2) Under the Settings column on the left, tap General.
3) Tap the Accessibility submenu.
4) Tap Accessibility Shortcut, and choose Classic Invert Colors or Smart
Invert Colors. Now, clicking the iPad Home Button three times toggles
Night Mode on/off.
Displaying the Garmin Pilot moving map in Night Mode:
Tap Home > Map > Menu > Night Mode.
Or:
Tap Home > Flight Plan > Menu > Night Mode.
Displaying the Synthetic Vision in Night Mode:
Tap Home > SynVis > Menu > Night Mode.
GENERAL GARMIN PILOT OPERATING GUIDELINES
Garmin Pilot opens in the most recently viewed page. From any page, it is possible
to access any desired feature by tapping, flicking, and/or dragging a finger on the
active areas of the display that appear as buttons, slide controls, lists, text fields,
or icons. As with most iPad applications, text fields automatically open a QWERTY
keyboard for easy text entry.
Also like other iPad applications that use maps, panning is done by “tap-dragging”
the finger across the display, and magnifying or zooming is done by either doubletapping the display or by pinching. Reversing the pinch gesture or tapping with two
fingers will de-magnify or zoom out. Additionally, there is no Garmin Pilot input that
requires any specific weight or pressure on the display. In other words, tapping or
pressing forcefully on the glass will produce approximately the same result as a light
tap.
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Pinch Zoom
Garmin Pilot can be used in either portrait or landscape orientation and will
respond to the iPad’s automatic orientation feature. The map may be displayed in
either full screen or half screen in either orientation. The lower half of the display in
portrait orientation or second (non-map) display in landscape orientation has twelve
possible functions; Widgets, Panel, Documents, Charts, Flight Plan, Safe Taxi, Terrain,
Flight Profile, Checklists, Scratch Pad, Synthetic Vision, and Traffic.
Panel Mode is customizable and can be configured to display an instrument panel
with virtual instruments to indicate GPS altitude, attitude indicator (when connected
to a GDL 39 3D), ground speed, vertical speed, course, and lateral deviation as well as
a table with up to 15 configurable data fields for monitoring navigation data.
• Widget Mode enables a series of customizable data windows called ‘Widgets’ to
be displayed. Widgets offer quick access to a variety of aviation weather products
(METARs, TAFs, Winds Aloft, NOTAMs, etc…) for nearby or selected airports and
can also display up to 14 navigation parameters which are also configurable.
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Charts, SafeTaxi, and Traffic when viewed in split-screen, have the same function,
navigation, and capabilities as the full screen versions of these products just displayed
in half screen. The Flight Plan provides the same navigation information as found on
the Flight Plan Page in a split-screen view.
Garmin Pilot requires a data connection for downloading maps and other data
prior to departure, but once everything needed for the flight is downloaded, Garmin
Pilot is ready to navigate. Tap Home > Downloads to access the Downloads Page.
GETTING STARTED
Garmin Pilot is fully functional immediately upon installation, but there are a few
options available to optimize performance right away. The best place to start is with
the highly intuitive Settings Menu, which can be found by momentarily tapping the
Home Button and then the Settings Icon. Depending on the user's configuration, the
Settings Icon is usually available from the Home Button.
From the Settings Menu, it is possible to set up or change the time format, show/
hide features like the Navigation Bar (on the map or chart display), or input pilot
profile and aircraft information, manage user waypoints, manage data subscriptions,
and much more. All of these, and more selections are available by tapping the tab
associated with the desired function.
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Tap For
Additional Info
Tap to Select
Desired
Settings
Garmin Pilot - General Settings
GARMIN ACCOUNT SIGN IN
Garmin Pilot uses the same login information as flyGarmin and myGarmin. Logging
in with a Garmin account allows Garmin Pilot to sync pilot and aircraft information,
flight plans, logbook, trips and user waypoints across multiple devices. A Garmin
account also both allows subscription renewals and automatically renewing
subscriptions on fly.garmin.com.
Tap to Change
Active Account
Garmin Account Sign In
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Logging In to Garmin Pilot:
1) Tap Home > Settings
2) Tap Subscriptions.
3) Tap Sign In or Update To Garmin Account.
4) Enter a Garmin username and password or create a new account. Any
Garmin Pilot subscriptions purchased on buy.garmin.com or in the app are
linked to this account.
NAVIGATION BAR
Garmin Pilot's user interface is comprised of icons and active areas that provide
access to the various features and functions of the application. The Navigation Bar,
located at the top of every page, provides access to many of the basic functions.
Home
Menu Direct To Nearest
Active Flight Plan, Stopwatch,
Navigation Info, etc.
Page
Tools Sensitive
Emergency Menu Menu
Navigation Bar
DIRECT TO
The Direct To button can be accessed from any page and provides a quick and easy
way to navigate direct to any waypoint (i.e., Search Waypoints, Flight Plan Waypoint,
Recent Waypoint, Nearest Waypoints, or User Waypoints).
Navigating Direct To:
1) Tap
.
2) Within the Direct To dialog window choose one of the nearby Navigation
Database features from the list.
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Or: Choose a waypoint from one of the other tabs (i.e., Search, FPL, Recent,
Nearest, or User).
3)
Tap Activate to begin navigation.
4)
Tap
> Clear to stop Direct To navigation.
Tap to Exit
Window
Tap to Activate
Flight Plan
Tap to Filter Display
Distance to
Desired Location
Direction to
Desired Location
Tap to Filter
Display
Direct To Dialog
NEAREST
Displaying the nearest airport:
1) Tap NRST > Type > Airport.
2) If including in nearest search, tap and drag the Private, Military,
Seaplane, or Heliport switches to ON.
3) Tap once to select the Nearest Airport from the list, and tap again to
display the airport information.
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Tap to Display
Nearest Options
Toggle 'Airport'
Display
Selected Airport
Tap to Change
Nearest Option
Distance & Bearing (To/From) Nearest Airport
Nearest Airports
Displaying the nearest VOR, NDB, Intersection, VRP, or User
Waypoint:
1) Tap NRST > Type.
2) Tap VOR, NDB, Intersection, VRP, or User Waypoint.
3) Tap the nearest 'VOR', 'NDB', 'Intersection', 'VRP', or 'User Waypoint' from
the list to display the navigation information.
Displaying the nearest ARTCC or FSS:
1) Tap NRST > Type.
2) Tap ARTCC or FSS.
3) Tap the nearest 'ARTCC' or 'FSS' from the list.
4) Tap again to display additional information.
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Displaying nearest airspace:
1) Tap NRST > Type.
2) Tap Airspace.
3) Tap the nearest 'Airspace' from the list.
4) Tap again to display additional information.
Setting the nearest airport runway surface type:
1) Tap Home > Settings > General.
2) Tap Hard, Soft, or Any in the Runway Surface Type field.
Setting the nearest airport minimum runway length:
1) Tap Home > Settings > General.
2) Tap the Minimum Runway Length field to enter a value.
Tap to Display
Airport Info
Tap For Details
Tap Desired Tab
Nearest Airport Information
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Tap to Specify a
Nearest Airport
Runway
Surface Type
Nearest Airport Settings
Tap to Specify a
Nearest Airport
Minimum Runway
Length
EMERGENCY MODE (EMER)
The red Emergency (EMER) button located on the Navigation Bar can be accessed
from any page and provides a quick way to reduce the pilot's workload in an
emergency situation.
The EMER button will display the following:
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• The Glide Range Ring using terrain and winds aloft data.
• The Emergency checklist in split screen mode if configured on the iPad only.
The EMER button can be configured to be displayed only when in flight.
Tap 'EMER'
Emergency (EMER)
Setting the EMER button to be displayed only when in flight:
1) Tap Home > Settings > General.
2) Scroll to the Emergency section.
3) Tap the Hide EMER When Not Flying button to On.
Tap ON
Hide EMER When Not Flying
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HOME MENU
The Home Menu is the primary means of accessing many of the features of Garmin
Pilot. The Home Menu provides quick access to the various pages within Garmin
Pilot (i.e., Map, Flight Plan, Trip Planning, Documents, Airport Info, Charts, Weather
Imagery, Scratch Pad, Terrain, Traffic, Checklists, Synthetic Vision, Logbook, Weight
and Balance, Connext, Downloads, Settings and FltPlan.com).
Tap 'Home'
Home Menu
CUSTOMIZE HOME MENU ICONS
The Home Menu icons can be customized for icon placement, hiding icons, and
format the number of icons in each row.
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Customizing the Home Menu Icons:
1)
Long press an icon (i.e. Map icon) to enter the edit mode.
2)
Tap and move the icon to the desired location.
3)
Tap
on the icon to move it to a tray hidden from the Home Menu
screen.
4)
Select 'Done'.
Restoring an icon to the Home Menu:
1) Tap
on the icon in the tray hidden from the Home Menu.
Or:
2) Select 'Restore'.
Tap 'Done'
Tap to
Restore
All
Icons to
Factory
Defaults
Long Press,
Then Modify
Tap
to Restore
Individual
Icon
Tap to
Remove Icon
Customize Home Menu Icons
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TOOLS
NOTE: All visual depictions contained within this document, including screen
images of Garmin Pilot™ panel and displays, are subject to change and may
not reflect the most current Garmin Pilot™ software and aviation databases.
The Tools Button provides access to the Lock Screen, Stopwatch, and Alerts features.
The Lock Screen feature, locks the screen to any tap except for the on-screen Unlock
button. Lock Screen also locks the display orientation. When the screen is locked,
tapping on the screen won't change any of the set parameters. Instead, anytime the
screen is tapped the bezel information window is replaced with a 'Screen Locked'
annunciation.
Locking/Unlocking the Screen:
1) Tap Tools > Lock Screen.
2) Tap Unlock to unlock the screen.
Alerts
Create Alerts based on time or location. Alerts that are based on time, can range
from 10 seconds to several hours. Time alerts can also be set to repeat. Location
based Alerts can be set to; At, Before, After, or Abeam a Flight Plan Waypoint.
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Creating a location based alert:
1) Tap Tools > Alerts > Add Alert.
2) Tap Location.
3) Tap the Relationship field and select Before, At, After, or Abeam.
4) Tap the Distance field, and use the keypad to set the desired distance in
nautical miles.
5) Tap the Waypoint field, and select the desired waypoint from the list.
6) If desired, tap the Message field, and use the keypad to enter a custom
message.
7) Tap Save.
Creating a time based alert:
1) Tap Tools > Alerts > Add Alert.
2) Tap Time.
3) Enter the desired count down time (HH:MM:SS).
4) If desired, use the Repeating On/Off switch, to enable/disable repeating.
5) Tap Save.
Editing Alerts:
1) Tap Tools > Alerts.
2) Tap the desired alert from the list.
3) Tap the desired field(s) to edit.
4) Tap Save.
Deleting Alerts:
1) Tap Tools > Alerts
2) Swipe right to left over the Alert title.
3) Tap Delete.
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Or:
1)
Tap Tools > Alerts > Edit.
2)
Tap
> Delete.
Repeating
Time Alert
Distance Alert
Time Remaining
Distance
Remaining
Alerts
Stopwatch
Use the stopwatch to check performance or to time a missed approach.
Play/Pause Stopwatch Reset
Stopwatch
Using the Stopwatch:
1) Tap Tools > Stopwatch.
2) Tap Play to start, Pause to stop, Reset to reset.
3) Tap Tools > Stopwatch, to hide the Stopwatch. If the Stopwatch is still
counting when it is hidden it will continue to count up until reset.
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Help File
This help file is designed to provide a comprehensive guide to help with understanding
how to use Garmin Pilot for reviewing aviation weather, airport information, creating
and filing flight plans, and for viewing charts, maps, and navigation data in-flight.
The Garmin Pilot in-app help file provides comprehensive information about
buttons unique to each page, the menu structure in each page and information about
each button. The help file can be accessed from any page by tapping the Tools Button
located in the Navigation Bar and then tapping Help in the page sensitive menu.
Accessing the Help File:
Tap Tools > Help.
Navigating within the Help File is as easy as dragging a finger from right to left or
left to right across the screen. The Navigation Slider at the bottom of the page, and
the Table of Contents Button ( ) in the upper left corner, can be used to quickly
access different sections of the help file. To exit the Help File simply tap the Close
Button in the upper right corner of the page.
NOTE: The Help File is context sensitive and opens to the section of the Help
File associated with the current page.
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Tap For
Table of
Contents
Close File
File
Navigation
Slider
Help File
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MENU
The Menu Button provides a page-sensitive menu structure. Each page has specific
menu options that control, search, navigate, or display page-sensitive items.
Tap 'Menu'
Menu Window
Split-Screen
Selected
Split-Screen
Pane.
Map Page Menu
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MAP PANE CONTROLS
Control
Maps
Settings
Center on
Flight Plan
Icon
Description
Map/Chart Selection/Settings, Map Overlay Selection,
Overlay Opacity Settings, Ownship/Route, Radar/IR
Color, and General Map Settings
Centers the entire flight plan in the Map Pane.
Highlighted in blue when selected
Centers the Map Pane on the desired location.
Center on
Aircraft
Centered on GPS location
Track Up
Split-Screen
Map
Orientation
Selects full screen map or partial map with Widgets,
Synthetic Vision, Panel, Charts, Flight Plan, SafeTaxi,
Terrain, Traffic, Virb, Flight Profile, Checklists, or
Scratch Pad.
Toggles map orientation from north up to track up.
The Icon is blue when track up is active. Track will
only update when motion is sensed. The map can be
panned when in track up but it will not update until
re-centered on aircraft.
Map Pane Controls
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Map
Orientation
Split-Screen
Button
Map Settings
Center on Flight
Plan Button
Center on Aircraft
&Track up Button
Map Overlay Controls
Map Pane
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FLIGHT PLAN QUICK ACCESS
The Map page provides a shortcut to access the active flight plan without changing
pages. Tap the map title to display the entire flight plan. The flight plan window
displays the entire flight plan as well as relevant flight plan details. Flight plan
waypoints can be edited by tapping any row in the flight plan. Tap outside the flight
plan window to close it and return to the map.
Active or edited flight plans can be saved by tapping the Create Trip button, then
'Save' on the Trip Planning page, or by tapping the bookmark icon, then 'Add' to save
the flight plan to Stored Flight Plans.
Tap to View, Edit, Create Flight Plan
Save Edited Flight
Plan to Stored
Flight Plans
Tap to Load
Flight Plan in Trip
Planning Page
Flight Plan Quick Access Page
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MAP/CHART SELECTION AND SETTINGS
The following charts are available for viewing in the map area: VFR, VFR Helicopter,
IFR Low, IFR High, and WAC. Charts are high-resolution color images that resemble
published hard-copy charts. Charts for North American regions are similar to charts
from National Aeronautical Navigation Products (AeroNav) and provided with the
Garmin Pilot base subscription. Canadian VFR and IFR charts provided by Nav Canada
are available in one subscription.
Charts for regions in the United Kingdom, provided by NATS, are available in
subscriptions for North England and North Ireland VFR charts; South England and
Wales VFR charts; Scotland VFR, Latin America VFR, and South Africa VFR charts. Most
European VFR charts are provided by Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS) available on a percountry basis or as bundles. French VFR charts are provided by Institut géographique
national (IGN), and Italian VFR charts are provided by ENAV.
Maps are available in four different themes, Roads/Borders, VFR, IFR, and
OpenStreetMap. The Roads/Borders Map is a very basic map showing major roads,
bodies of water, borders and Flight Plan information. The VFR themed map is similar
to a VFR Aeronautical chart, showing map information pertinent to VFR navigation.
The IFR themed map is similar to an IFR area chart, showing map information that is
pertinent to IFR flight. The OpenStreetMap themed map is high resolution detailed
street maps for enhanced situational awareness. Each map theme can be customized
and saved for future use by tapping the
icon that appears when a map theme is
selected.
Selecting a Map Theme or Chart:
1) Tap
> Map/Chart.
2) Tap the radio button or Map/Chart title to select a Map/Chart.
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Tap to View
Options
Tap to
Expand List
Tap to Display
on Map
Map/Chart Menu
Selecting a Helicopter Chart Overlay:
NOTE: A chart basemap must be selected to display helicopter overlays.
1)
After downloading the desired Helicopter Charts, tap
> Map/
Chart. NOTE: For information on downloading Helicopter Charts, refer to
'Downloads', discussed later in this section.
2)
Tap a chart basemap (VFR, IFR Low, or IFR High).
3)
Tap a Helicopter Overlay (U.S. VFR Helicopter, Gulf VFR Helicopter, or
Gulf IFR Helicopter).
Helicopter Chart Overlay
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ADVANCED MAP SETTINGS
Map Themes can be customized, renamed, and saved for future use. The Advanced
Map Settings menu provides general settings for:
•
•
•
•
Topography (Off, Shade, or On)
Map Color (White, Green, or Brown)
Map Type (IFR or VFR)
Map Name and display range settings for
Airports (including SafeTaxi display range)
• Navaids
• Airspaces
• Cities
When Topography is 'On', the map color is based on topography, but topography
shading can be added to any map color.
VFR Map
OpenStreet Map
Roads / Borders Map
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Accessing Advanced Map Settings:
1) Tap
> Map/Chart > Map Name >
.
2) Tap General, Airports, Nav Aids, Airspaces, or Cities.
3) Use the sliders and selection buttons to set Visibility Ranges and Label
Sizes for map features.
4) To give the new settings a name, Tap General > Map Name, and use the
keyboard to enter a name.
5) Tap Done to save and exit, or tap Restore Defaults to restore the default
Map Theme setting.
Map Setting
Map Item
Options
Categories
General
Airports
Topography
Map Color
Map Type
Map Name
Visibility
Range
Label Size
Nav Aids
Visibility
Range
Label Size
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White, Green, or Brown
IFR, or VFR
User Defined Name
Large Airports
Med Airports
Small Airports
Off - 200 nm
Off - 50 nm
Off - 20 nm
Heliports
Seaplane Base
SafeTaxi
Off - 20 nm
Off - 50 nm
Off - 2 nm
Off, Small, Medium, Large
VOR
NDB
Off - 100 nm
Off - 50 nm
VRP
Low Airways
Off - 10 nm
Off - 100 nm
VOR, NDB, Intersection, VRP
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Filter All
Airspaces
Visibility
Range
Airspaces
SUA Visibility
Range
Label Style
Cities
Visibility
Range
Label Size
Hide All Airspaces Above
Smart Airspace
Numerical Entry
On/Off
Class B
Class C
Class D
Off - 200 nm
Off - 200 nm
Off - 100 nm
Class E/TRSA
TMA
Control Area CTA
Off - 100 nm
Off - 200 nm
Off - 100 nm
Control Zone CTR
ATZ/TIZ/MATZ
Euro Airway
Off - 100 nm
Off - 100 nm
Off - 100 nm
Restricted
Alert/Warning Parachute Area
MOA
Off - 200 nm
Off - 200 nm
Off - 100 nm
Off - 200 nm
ADIZ
Danger
Other
Off - 100 nm
Off - 100 nm
Off - 100 nm
Airspace Size
Off, Small, Medium, Large
Airspace Style
Standard, Enhanced
Show ARTCC/FIR Boundaries
Airspace Color
Standard, Dark
Large City
Medium City
Small City
Small Town
Off - 500 nm
Off - 200 nm
Off - 100 nm
Off - 50 nm
Large City, Medium City, Small City, Small Town
Off, Small, Medium, Large
Advanced Map Settings
Hide Airspace
Airspaces 1,000 feet and above can be filtered under Advanced Map Setup.
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Enabling Hide Airspaces Above:
1) Tap
> Map/Chart > Roads/Border, VFR, IFR, or OpenStreetMap >
.
2) Tap Airspaces.
3) Tap the numeric field next to Hide Airspaces Above. The field will show
either Showing All or a numeric value in feet, depending on prior
configuration.
4) Enter a number greater than 999 FT using the numeric keypad.
Disabling Hide Airspaces Above:
1) Tap
> Map/Chart > Roads/Border, VFR, IFR, or OpenStreetMap >
.
2) Tap Airspaces.
3) Tap the numeric field next to Hide Airspaces Above. The field will show
either Showing All or a numeric value in feet, depending on prior
configuration.
4) Tap the backspace button on the numeric keypad to delete the value.
Smart Airspace
Smart Airspace displays the airspace nearest the aircraft's current altitude and deemphasizes airspaces at all other altitudes. Smart Airspace can be enabled/disabled
under Advanced Map Setup.
Enabling/disabling Smart Airspace:
1) Tap
> Map/Chart > Roads/Border, VFR, IFR, or OpenStreetMap >
.
2) Tap Airspaces.
3) Tap the Smart Airspace switch to enable/disable Smart Airspace.
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Select
'Airspaces'
Tap to Display
Smart Airspace
Smart Airspace Setup
Normal
Airspace
De-emphasized
Airspace
Smart Airspace (Map Page)
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TOPOGRAPHY
Maps can display topography shading on the base map color or various colors and
shades representing land elevation, similar to aviation aeronautical charts.
Topography Off
Topography Shade
Topography On
Topography
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OVERLAYS
Map Overlays provide graphical weather products, graphical TFRs, and Fuel Prices.
Tap
to expand Radar, Lightning, or Cloud types. Multiple layers in the first two
columns can be selected for display. Only one overlay in the far right column can be
selected for display at a time.
Tap to Expand Tap to Expand
'Clouds'
'Radar'
Tap to Display
'Radar'
Tap to Display
'Clouds'
Tap to Display
'Lightning'
Tap to Expand
'Lightning'
Map Overlays
USER SHAPE FILES
Users may now import custom KML map files with lines, points and complex
shapes into Garmin Pilot. KML is a popular file type used to display geographic data
in applications, such as Google Earth. The map shape files may be overlaid on the
moving map display in Garmin Pilot to reference a geographic boundary, such as a
practice area. KML files may be shared to Garmin Pilot via AirDrop, text, or email.
NOTE: KML file size must be 4mb or less.
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Importing User Shape File from email:
1) Open email containing KML file on your iOS device.
2) Tap KML attachment to download.
3) Tap KML attachment again, select Copy to Garmin Pilot.
Viewing User Shape File in Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Map.
2) Select KML from Overlays tab.
Tap to Display
'KML'
User Shape Overlay
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OPACITIES
The Opacities menu provides sliders to set the opacity for: Radar, Clouds, Icing,
Lightning, AIR/SIGMETs, Route, PIREPs, Waypoints, Winds Aloft, Fuel Prices, Weather,
TFRs, Obstacles, Terrain, and Traffic (optional).
Adjust Slider
to Set Opacity
Opacities Menu
OWNSHIP/ROUTE SETTINGS
The Ownship/Route Settings Menu provides Ownship Display settings, Track Vector
options, Range Ring options, Glide Range Ring options, Runway Extended Centerlines
Visibility range, and Route settings.
Tap to Adjust
Display Settings
Ownship/Route Settings Menu
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The Range Rings are centered on the aircraft's present position and can be
configured Off, 2 Rings, or 3 Rings. The specific radii of the Range Rings can be set
to one of three preset distances. These distances will vary depending on which unit
system Garmin Pilot is set to, either Nautical Miles, Statute Miles or Kilometers (this
can be changed in Home > Settings > Units). When AUTO is selected the Range
Rings will dynamically change from as little as 200FT to as much as 1200NM based
on the current map range.
Range Ring
Extended Centerline
Runway Identifier
Slide For
Visibility Range
Tap for Style
Toggle to Display
Ownship/Route Settings
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Extended Centerlines provide a graphical extension of the centerline for each
runway for all airports that are part of the Active FPL. Extended Centerlines can be very
helpful when approaching an unfamiliar airport. The Extended Centerlines Visibility
slider sets the Map Scale (OFF(default)-5NM) at which the extended centerlines will
become visible on the map. Extended Centerlines can be configured in multiple ways
and include runway identifiers as well.
Extended Centerline Styles
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TRACK VECTOR
The Track Vector is a solid blue line segment that extends from the Ownship symbol
to a predicted location. The track vector can be configured for a look ahead time (1,
2, 5, or 10 minutes) or a look ahead distance (1, 5, 10, or 20 nautical miles). When
a look ahead time is selected the length of the vector varies based on ground speed.
The track vector is useful in minimizing track angle error and for avoiding traffic,
obstacles and terrain.
Enabling/disabling and Configuring the Track Vector:
1) Tap
> Ownship/Route.
2) Select the Track Vector Mode Off, Time (min), or Distance (NM).
3) Select the desired Track Vector Length.
GLIDE RANGE RING
This feature is an aid to estimate accessible airports and terrain if the aircraft were
forced into glide circumstances. The displayed ring updates in real time, derived from
the selected aircraft's altitude, speed, and performance details. Since Garmin Pilot
supports multiple aircraft, the Glide Range Ring refers to the current active flight plan
to determine which aircraft performance details to calculate the ring shape.
The Glide Range Ring requires glide performance details to be specified in Garmin
Pilot's settings. This is accessed through Home > Settings > Aircraft. Tap on an
aircraft (not aircraft type) to edit its details, and scroll down to the Glide section to
specify the Glide Ratio and Best Glide Speed. Refer to the aircraft documentation
for these values.
The Glide Range Buffer setting can be used to shrink the Glide Range Ring in
situations where glide performance is expected to be less than ideal, perhaps due to
shifting winds. Increasing this setting will decrease the size of the Glide Range Ring.
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Enabling Shape Glide Ring for Terrain will alter the shape of the Glide Range Ring to
show intersection with terrain. Enabling Shift Glide Ring for Wind will factor in local
wind conditions when calculating the Glide Range Ring shape. Note the Glide Range
Ring uses the most recent weather data, which may be outdated if Garmin Pilot does
not have access to real time weather data over Wi-Fi or with outboard hardware such
as a GDL 39.
Enabling/disabling the Glide Range Ring:
1) Tap
> Ownship/Route.
2)
Tap the Display Glide Range Ring switch to enable/disable.
Aircraft
Symbol
Glide
Range Ring
Tap to
Enable Glide
Range Ring
Glide Range Ring
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GENERAL MAP SETTINGS
The General Map Settings Menu provides options for:
• Night Mode
• Auto Zoom
• Show All Stadium TFRs
• Center With NavTrack
• Enable Contextual Long-Press
• Always Show Map Scale
• Plates on Maps Visibility
• User Waypoint Visibility
• Obstacle Visibility
• Always Show Nearby Obstacles
• Auto-Select Layers Based on Connected Device(s)
• Auto-Select Layer Time/Altitude From Active FPL
• Restore Default settings
Choosing General Map Settings:
1) Tap
> General.
2) Use the On/Off or Range sliders to select the desired options.
Or: Tap Restore Default Map Settings to restore the default settings.
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AUTO ZOOM
Auto Zoom begins at the departure airport by showing SafeTaxi (subscription and
download required) or the smallest range that clearly shows the departure point,
and gradually zooms out to the smallest range clearly showing the active waypoint.
When arriving at the destination Auto Zoom gradually zooms in to show SafeTaxi
(subscription and download required) or the smallest range that clearly shows the
destination. Auto Zoom only works when the map is centered on the aircraft and can
be enabled/disabled in the General Map Settings Menu.
NIGHT MODE
Night Mode provides a high contrast Map for easy viewing in low light. This feature
can be set to On, Off or Auto. Auto will display the map contrast according to the
sunrise/sunset time as determined by the tablet's GPS position. Night Mode is not
available for Charts.
Tap to Turn ON
'Night Mode'
Tap to Turn OFF
'Night Mode'
Tap to Display
'Night Mode'
Automatically
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SETTINGS
From the Home Button, tap the Settings Icon page to display the Settings Menu.
The Settings Menu includes:
• General
• Pilot Info
• Aircraft
• User Content
• Alerts
• Units
• Downloads
• Subscriptions
• FltPlan.com
• Jeppesen
• Documents
• Data Services
• Flight Simulation
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GENERAL SETTINGS
The General Tab on the Settings Page provides access to:
• Settings for Time/Date Format
• Flight Condition Colors
• Automatic SafeTaxi
• Show Nav Bar
• Prevent Auto-Lock
• Auto-Resolve Waypoints with Duplicate Identifiers
• Prompt Before Page Change
• Preferred surface type for Nearest Runway
• Preferred Minimum Runway Length
• On-screen keyboard options
• Ownship options
• Synthetic Vision Roll Indicator style
• Hide EMER When Not Flying
• Reset All Usage Tips
• Device Backup Management
• General Data Protection Regulation
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From the General Tab, tap About to display the current version of the Garmin Pilot
application, copyright information, and contact information. Tap Aviation Product
Support to display contact information for product support.
Tap What's New in... to review information about new functions or features that
have been added to the latest update.
Select the desired time format by tapping UTC, 24 Hr, or 12 Hr. The Flight Condition
Colors setting allows the flight condition colored icons to be displayed in Standard
or Alternate color schemes.
Tap to Select Tab
Tap to Adjust
Tap For Info
Settings Page
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NAVIGATION SETTINGS
The Automatic SafeTaxi feature directs Garmin Pilot to automatically display
a SafeTaxi map during takeoff and approach for the airport it detects. This will
automatically show taxiways, runways, intersections and hot spots without requiring
additional attention from the pilot. Switch the on/off slider to Off to disable Automatic
SafeTaxi.
The Show Nav Bar feature located on the top of the Map pane, can be configured
to display:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Accuracy (Horizontal)
Accuracy (Vertical)
Biometric Data
GPS Altitude
GPS Altitude AGL
Bearing
Desired Track
Cross Track Error
Distance (Dest)
Distance (Next)
ETA (Dest)
ETA (Next)
ETE (Dest)
ETE (Next)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ground Speed
Latitude
Longitude
Next Waypoint
Time (UTC)
Track
Vertical Speed
WX-Station
WX-Altimeter
WX-Ceiling
WX-Visibility
WX-Wind
Pitch
Roll
The Show Nav Bar features can be displayed by tapping on the desired field.
Switch the Show Nav Bar on/off slider to Off to disable.
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When Prevent Auto-Lock is set to Never, the device will sleep based on the device
settings. When While Moving is selected, the device will not sleep anytime the device
senses recent changes in GPS position. When Always is selected, the screen will
remain on at all times.
FLIGHT PLAN SETTINGS
When there is a conflict between duplicate identifiers, the Auto-Resolve Waypoints
With Duplicate Identifiers will automatically select the most logical waypoint for the
route.
When Auto-Select Map Layer Time/Altitude From Active FPL feature is selected,
Garmin Pilot automatically selects the best time/altitude for weather on the map
page based on the routing entered.
CHECKLISTS SETTINGS
When Prompt Before Page Change feature is selected, it presents a confirmation
popup before presenting a non-checklist function from a checklist.
RUNWAY PREFERENCES
These settings will guide Garmin Pilot in making useful suggestions when using
the NRST feature for airports. When Runway Surface Type is set to Hard or Soft,
only airports with specified runway types will be suggested. The default setting is Any.
The Minimum Runway Length will filter out airports with runways shorter than the
specified value. The default setting is "0" (zero).
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KEYBOARD SETTINGS
Enabling Display Number Row will add another row to the touchscreen keyboard
when it appears, providing number keys without using a modifier key.
Specifying a Custom Key will change the eleventh key in the Number Row. By
default the Custom Key is set to an at sign (@).
The Custom Key feature is not available on some larger devices (i.e. the larger iPad
Pro). The iPad Pro will show the Optional Number Row at all times.
Optional
Number Row
Custom Key
Keyboard Settings
OWNSHIP AIRCRAFT SYMBOL SETTINGS
The Ownship Aircraft Symbol is displayed on maps, Geo-referenced FliteCharts,
SafeTaxi diagrams when the application senses movement, Synthetic Vision, Traffic
page, and Terrain page. Otherwise the blue System Location Symbol is used.
Displaying Ownship Position:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the General Tab.
3) Tap Ownship options Off, Small, Medium, or Large.
Or:
Tap
> Ownship/Route > Off, Small, Medium, or Large.
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Changing Ownship Symbol:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the General Tab.
3) Tap Select Ownship.
4) Tap the desired Ownship aircraft symbol from the list.
5) Tap General to return to the General settings page.
Or:
Tap
> Ownship/Route > Select Ownship.
System Location Symbol
Ownship Aircraft Symbols
SYNTHETIC VISION SETTINGS
Tap Sky Pointer or Ground Pointer to change the Synthetic Vision Roll Indication
setting.
EMERGENCY SETTINGS
Tap Hide EMER When Not Flying to hide the EMER button when not in flight.
USAGE TIPS
Tap Reset All Usage Tips to reset and show any overlays that highlight new
features when first visited.
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BACKUPS
Garmin Pilot will automatically back-up and save user preferences, including
downloads and settings, in the cloud. When upgrading to a new device or reinstalling
the application, Garmin Pilot will give users the option to restore a previous backup.
Tap Device Backup Management to enable/disable automatic backups of app
information and settings. Automatic backup of data is enabled by default but may be
toggled off if desired.
Deselecting Enable Automatic Backups allows the user to then select Backup, to
force backup of app data manually. Data backed up can also be deleted here by
selecting Delete Backup.
Manual Data Backup Alert Confirmation
Tap to Toggle Auto Backup
Tap For Manual Backup
Device Backup Management / Manual Backup Alert
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PILOT AND AIRCRAFT INFO
Enter pilot information by tapping the button next to Add Pilot Profile.... Enter
aircraft information by tapping the
button next to Add Aircraft... Enter Logbook
Aircraft Types by tapping the
button next to Add Logbook Aircraft Type....The
Pilot Profile information combines direct user input and importing data via FltPlan.
com.
Entering Pilot Information:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2)
Tap the Pilot Info Tab.
3)
Tap Add Pilot Profile...
4)
Enter the Required Contact Information by tapping each field and using the keyboard.
5)
Enter the Personal Minimums for VFR, IFR, or Winds by tapping each field
and using the keyboard.
6)
Tap Save.
Entering Aircraft Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the Aircraft Tab.
3) Tap Add Aircraft...
4) Tap New Aircraft Model to manually enter the aircraft model information
from the aircraft's Pilot Operating Handbook (POH).
Or:
5) Tap Aircraft Manufacturers and select an aircraft model from Garmin's
aircraft library.
6) Enter the Required Aircraft Information by tapping each field and using the keyboard.
7) Enter optional performance data.
8) Tap Save.
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Entering Aircraft Type Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the Aircraft Tab.
3) Enter the Required Aircraft Type Information by tapping each field and
using the keyboard.
4) Tap Save.
Entering Logbook Aircraft Types Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the Aircraft Tab.
3) Tap Add Logbook Aircraft Type...
4) Enter the Required Aircraft Type Information by tapping each field and
using the keyboard.
5) Tap Save.
Aircraft Information stored on other devices will automatically be synchronized
through a Garmin Pilot account.
PERSONAL MINIMUMS
Each pilot that's registered on a Garmin Pilot account can specify personalized
parameters for VFR, IFR and Winds minimums. These settings are considered by the
Garmin Pilot app when planning trips, and will be available on any device that Garmin
Pilot account is logged into.
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VFR
IFR
Winds
Day Ceiling
Day Visibility
Night Ceiling
Night Visibility
Day Approach
Day Approach
Night Approach
Night Approach
Ceiling
Visibility
Ceiling
Visibility
Day Departure
Day Departure
Night Departure Night Departure
Ceiling
Visibility
Ceiling
Visibility
Max Wind Speed
Max Wind Gust
Max Crosswind
Arrival
Arrival
Arrival
Max Wind Speed
Max Wind Gust
Max Crosswind
Departure
Departure
Departure
Personal Minimums Parameters
Tap to Edit or
Clear Personal
Minimums
Pilot and Aircraft Information Entry
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Configuring Personal Minimums:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the Pilot Info Tab >
Add Pilot Profile...
Or: Tap a current Pilot in the list to edit.
3) Tap VFR, IFR, or Winds.
4) Enter the preferred ceiling minimums in feet.
5) Enter the preferred visibility minimums.
6) Enter the preferred maximum wind speeds.
7) Tap Save.
ATC PROPOSED ROUTE NOTIFICATIONS
ATC Proposed Route Notifications are Apple Push notifications that include a
proposed route for departures and destinations for filed flight plans. Notifications
come in the Notification Center if Garmin Pilot is not currently active, or as Pop-ups
within Garmin Pilot. To accept the proposed route and make it the Active Flight Plan,
tap Activate Only. Tap Brief Only, to open the File & Brief Page. Tap Activate & Brief
to make it the Active Flight Plan and go to the File & Brief Tab on the Trip Planning
Page. To dismiss the notification, tap Ignore.
Subscribing to ATC Proposed Route Notifications:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the Aircraft Tab.
3) Tap Add Aircraft....
4) Tap New Aircraft Model to manually enter the aircraft model information
from the aircraft's Pilot Operating Handbook (POH).
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Or:
5)
Tap Aircraft Manufacturers and select an aircraft model from Garmin's
aircraft library.
6)
Tap the Subscribe slider under 'ATC Proposed Route Notifications'.
7)
Tap Save Aircraft.
Route Notification (iPad)
Route Notification (Notification Center)
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USER CONTENT
The User Content Tab provides a quick and easy way to create and view user
waypoints. The User Waypoint Layer can also be turned on or off using the On/Off
slider. User Content can also be shared with any Garmin Pilot Watch (D2, MARQ
Aviator, etc.).
Creating a User Waypoint from User Content Tab:
1) Tap the User Content Tab to display the list of user waypoints.
2) Tap
to display the Create User Waypoint dialog box.
3) Tap within in the Name field to change the name or accept the default
naming convention of 'UserWaypointXX'.
4) Tap the Show on Map On/Off slider to select display option.
5) Define the waypoint location by Lat/Lon, Rad/Dist, or Rad/Rad.
6) Tap Save to save the waypoint or Cancel to exit.
User Waypoint Dialog
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Displaying a User Waypoint:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map > General Tab to display a list of
options.
2) Move the User Waypoint Visibility slider to adjust when the waypoint
becomes visible.
3) If needed, tap Restore Default Map Settings to align display with
preloaded settings.
Slide to
Desired
Visibily
Range
Displaying User Waypoints
Sharing User Waypoints with a Garmin Pilot Watch:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > User Content Tab to display the
list of user waypoints.
2) Ensure the Watch is in 'Share Mode' tap, Menu > Send to 'Watch', for
each waypoint. Waypoints that have been shared with the watch will
display a cyan check mark.
3) Tap Done to finish and exit sharing mode.
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IMPORTING USER WAYPOINTS
Importing user waypoints can be accomplished by using a .CSV file spreadsheet
format.
Importing user waypoints:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > User Content.
2) Tap Email Spreadsheet Template.
3) Update the template with the user waypoints using the indicated format.
4) Open the revised spreadsheet from an email attachment on either iPhone
or iPad or AirDrop the file from a device or Mac.
Garmin Pilot will automatically import the new user waypoints data.
Tap to Display
Email Template
Importing User Waypoints
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ALERTS
The Alerts section allows for configuration of voice alerts for traffic, terrain, trip
weather, airspace, flight data log exceedance, and reminders.
Setting and Testing Alert volume:
1) Open the iPad Settings Menu.
2) Under the Settings column on the left, tap Sounds.
3) Use the Ringer and Alerts sliders or if configured use the volume rocker on
the side of the device to set the desired volume.
4) To test alert volume, launch Garmin Pilot and Tap Home > Settings >
Alerts.
5) Toggle Female/Male to hear "Traffic", "Terrain", or "Caution" in a male
or female voice. Adjust volume as desired.
UNITS
The Units Tab can set the displayed units of measure for the following metrics:
•
•
•
•
Distance
Velocity
Fluid Volume
Altimeter
•
•
•
•
Weight
Arm/CG
Runway Length
Latitude/Longitude
• Temperature
• Visibility
• Wind Speed
Changing the units of measure:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > Units Tab.
2) Tap the desired unit.
3) Tap the desired unit of measure from the list of available options.
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Restoring the default units of measure:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > Units Tab.
2) Tap Restore Defaults.
Tap to Adjust
Setting
Units
Tap to Restore
Defaults
DOWNLOADS
The Auto-Download Pilot Updates feature, automatically download file updates
and next cycles for downloaded files as they become available.
Configuring the Auto-Download Pilot Updates:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > Downloads Tab.
2) Tap Auto-Download Pilot Updates On/Off slider to automatically
download file updates.
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Tap to Toggle
Auto Download
Auto-Download Pilot Updates Settings
SUBSCRIPTIONS
The Subscriptions Tab provides information about the status of any subscription
associated with a Garmin Pilot Account and the ability to purchase new subscriptions
or renew expired subscriptions. For existing Garmin Pilot subscriptions, the
Subscriptions Tab shows active subscriptions and expiration dates. With an active
subscription, Garmin Pilot can be installed on up to three devices at the same time.
Purchasing or renewing a subscription or add-on:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > Subscriptions Tab.
2) Tap the desired region (United States, Canada, Europe, Latin America,
Australia, Africa, Asia, or Global).
3) Tap the blue Purchase text below the desired subscription or add-on.
4) Enter the appropriate Apple ID password and tap OK. The subscription or
add-on fee will be charged to the associated iTunes® account.
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Or:
5)
Visit https://fly.garmin.com
6)
Click on the GARMIN PILOT tab in the upper right portion of the screen.
7)
Click on the Catalog tab in the middle of the screen.
8)
Enter the e-mail address and password for your Garmin Account to
purchase the desired subscription or add-on.
Tap To Purchase
Worldwide
Premium
Subscription
Purchasing Subscriptions
Refreshing the Subscriptions Tab on the Settings Page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > Subscriptions Tab.
2) Tap and drag down the right side of the page.
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Active
Subscription
Expiration
Date
Tap To View
Subscriptions
by Region
Refreshing Subscriptions
JEPPESEN
In addition to the FliteCharts published by Garmin, Garmin Pilot can also be
configured to use a Jeppesen subscription for Jeppesen charts and procedures.
To sign into a Jeppesen account, or start a Jeppesen digital subscription, from any
page tap Home > Settings > Jeppesen. Once signed in, Garmin Pilot will ask to
select a single license on the Jeppesen subscription to activate. Only one license can
be active at a time, and different content may be available to different licenses on the
same account. After activating, Garmin Pilot will begin downloading the activated
content. Current downloads can be viewed by going to Home > Downloads.
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Active
License ID
Tap to
Toggle Auto
Download
Jeppesen Subscription Settings
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DATA SERVICES
The Data Services Tab provides information about the current source of weather
data and pilot advisories such as TFRs and NOTAMS, and the age of said data items
cached on the device. The age and status of weather data for FIS-B-sourced weather
is viewable by tapping Home > Settings > Data Services Tab > Local Weather
Data Status. Weather data is available from various sources, Internet, FIS-B weather
via a GDL 39, GDL 51/52, GTX 345, SiriusXM Weather via a Baron Mobile Link™,
Flight Stream 210, or Flight Stream 510. Garmin Weather Data Services requires a
data connection through Wi-Fi or cellular network. Baron Mobile Link™ weather,
and FIS-B weather, require additional hardware. Baron Mobile Link, GDL 51/52, Flight
Stream 210, and Flight Stream 510 also require a subscription to SiriusXM Weather.
WORLDWIDE NOTAM COVERAGE
Tap the Worldwide NOTAM Coverage switch under the Data Services Tab to
enable NOTAM coverage outside the United States.
WORLDWIDE WINDS ALOFT COVERAGE
Tap the Worldwide Winds Aloft Coverage switch under the Data Services Tab to
enable winds aloft coverage outside the subscribed region(s). The winds aloft forecast
data is based on the Global Forecast System (GFS) weather model, to provide detailed
coverage for the selected area.
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Weather
Connection
Status
Tap to Enable
NOTAM
Coverage
Outside U.S.
Tap to Enable
Worldwide
Winds Aloft
Coverage
Connext
Connection
Status
Tap to Refresh
Cached
Weather Data
Weather Data Services
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Product Type
Number of Items
Updated, Update
Time & Source
Weather Data Status
X-PLANE FLIGHT SIM INTEGRATION
Garmin Pilot can connect to your X-Plane flight simulator software through a Wi-Fi
connection.
NOTE: Garmin Pilot requires X-Plane version 10.30 or higher.
NOTE: The iPad with the Garmin Pilot app, and the computer with the X-Plane
software should be connected to the same Wi-Fi access point.
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Connecting Garmin Pilot to X-Plane:
1) From Garmin Pilot, tap Home > Settings > Flight Simulation.
2) Note the IP Address and Port Number shown on the screen.
3) From the X-Plane software, select Settings > Net Connections > iPhone/
iPad.
4) Select the check box labeled "Send AHRS data to [app] on ONE iPad or
iPhone."
5) Enter the IP Address and Port Number as shown on the iPad screen.
Flight Simulation Settings
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CONNEXT
Connext allows the wireless sharing of data between devices via Bluetooth®, or,
with a Fight Stream 510 , Wi-Fi. Tap Home > Connext to access the Connext Page or
tap the Quick Access Connext Icon (if connected to a Connext device) to display the
Connext Window. The Connext Page displays Connext status, features, and devices
that integrate with Garmin Pilot.
Quick Access
Connext Icon
Connext
Window
Connext Window
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GDL 39
The GDL 39 is a Bluetooth® enabled receive-only data link radio with on-board
GPS, 978 MHz (Universal Access Transceiver frequency band), and 1090 MHz
Extended Squitter (1090 ES) receivers. It is designed to receive, process, and output
traffic (ADS-B air-to-air, and Traffic Information Service-Broadcast (TIS-B) traffic
information), and weather (Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B)) information
to Garmin Pilot wirelessly through Bluetooth®. The GDL 39 Tab displays the GDL 39
Bluetooth connection status and GDL 39 firmware version. The Traffic information
includes the number and source (i.e., ADS-B air-to-air, or TIS-B) of traffic the GDL 39
is currently tracking. The Weather information provides the age of weather products
received through (FIS-B). The GDL 39 also has a pressure altitude sensor to aid in
displaying the relative altitude of received traffic information. If the GDL 39 is used
onboard a pressurized aircraft the pressurized cabin switch should be turned off.
The GDL 39 tab also provides a Compatibility Mode in situations where Garmin
Pilot has issues communicating with GDLs over Bluetooth. Enabling Compatibility
Mode may improve Bluetooth communications.
The option to Reset Pitch/Roll is available if Garmin Pilot is connected to a GDL 39
3D. This resets AHRS information and allows Garmin Pilot to resync with the aircraft
attitude as detected by the GDL 39 3D.
Updating GDL 39 Firmware:
1) Ensure the iPad and GDL 39 are connected to a reliable external power
source.
2) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
3) Tap the GDL 39 Tab.
4) Tap Update Firmware. The Release Notes Window is displayed.
5) After reading the release notes tap Continue.
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GDL 39 Release Notes
CAUTION: Never remove power from the GDL 39 or power off the iPad during
a GDL 39 firmware update. If power is removed from the GDL 39 during a
firmware update it will be rendered inoperable and service will be required.
GDL 39 Firmware Update
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Pairing an iOS device with a GDL 39:
1) Power on the GDL 39. The GDL 39 will automatically enter Bluetooth
pairing mode.
2) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On
and select the GDL 39 from the list of available devices.
3) Acknowledge the Bluetooth pairing request message that appears.
Viewing GDL 39 Status (including Ground Stations, Traffic, and
Weather):
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the ADS-B Tab.
Configuring for a Pressurized or Non-Pressurized Aircraft:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the GDL 39 Tab.
3) Use the slider to select Pressurized Cabin (Yes or No).
Resetting AHRS Pitch/Roll Orientation (GDL 39 3D only):
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the GDL 39 Tab.
3) Tap Reset Pitch/Roll.
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Tap to
Update GDL
Firmware
Pressurized
Cabin Yes/No
Reset Attitude
Sensor (GDL
39 3D Only)
Compatibility
Mode On/Off
Tap to Manage
Paired Devices
Connext Page (GDL 39 Tab)
Tap to View
ADS-B Status
NOTE: When connected to a GDL 39, the device GPS information is replaced
with GDL 39 GPS information. The GDL 39 GPS receiver is capable of updating
position information at a much higher frequency, thus providing more accurate
GPS position information.
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GDL 51/51R
The GDL 51 is a Bluetooth® enabled portable receiver that receives internal
WAAS enabled GPS, SiriusXM weather/audio, attitude and pressure information to
compatible displays and audio devices via Bluetooth® wireless technology. The GDL
51/51R tab displays the GDL 51 Bluetooth connection status and GDL 51 firmware
version. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery in the GDL 51 allows the unit to receive
SiriusXM data for up to 7 hours on a single charge.
The GDL 51R remote mount version can be hard wired or be wirelessly connected
to G3X Touch, and aera 660/795/796, while also wirelessly connecting to Garmin
Pilot. These products will request this information over a Connext data connection.
Pairing an iOS device with a GDL 51:
1) Power on the GDL 51. The GDL 51 will automatically enter Bluetooth
pairing mode.
2) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On
and select the GDL 51 from the list of available devices.
3) Acknowledge the Bluetooth pairing request message that appears.
Viewing GDL 51 Status (including Ground Stations, Traffic, and
Weather):
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the ADS-B Tab.
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GDL 52/52R
The GDL 52 is a Bluetooth® enabled portable receiver receives internal WAASenabled GPS, SiriusXM weather/audio, ADS-B traffic and weather, attitude and
pressure information to compatible displays and audio devices via Bluetooth® wireless
technology and/or over wired connections. The GDL 52 receives traffic (ADS-B/ADS-R,
air-to-air, or TIS-B) on both Universal Access Transceiver (UAT) frequency band, and
1090 MHz Extended Squitter (1090 ES) receivers. It is designed to receive, process,
and output traffic (ADS-B air-to-air, and Traffic Information Service-Broadcast (TIS-B)
traffic information), and weather (Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B))
information to Garmin Pilot wirelessly through Bluetooth®. The GDL 52/52R tab
displays the GDL 52 Bluetooth connection status and GDL 52 firmware version. The
Traffic information includes the number and source (i.e., ADS-B/ADS-R, air-to-air, or
TIS-B) of traffic the GDL 52 is currently tracking. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery
in the GDL 52 allows the unit to operate for up to 5 hours on a single charge.
The GDL 52R remote mount version can be hard wired or be wirelessly connected
to G3X Touch, and units like the aera 660/795/796, while also wirelessly connecting
to Garmin Pilot. These products will request this information over a Connext data
connection.
Pairing an iOS device with a GDL 52:
1) Power on the GDL 52. The GDL 52 will automatically enter Bluetooth
pairing mode.
2) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On
and select the GDL 52 from the list of available devices.
3) Acknowledge the Bluetooth pairing request message that appears.
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Viewing GDL 52 Status (including Ground Stations, Traffic, and
Weather):
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the ADS-B Tab.
GLO
GLO is a portable battery powered GPS receiver with up to 12 hours of battery life.
Using Bluetooth, GLO wirelessly pairs to up to 4 devices.
GLO receives position information from both GPS and GLONASS satellite
constellations. This allows GLO to connect to up to 24 more satellites and updates its
position information up to 10 times more often than devices that rely on GPS alone.
Pairing an iOS device with GLO:
1) Power on GLO. GLO will automatically enter Bluetooth pairing mode.
2) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On
and select GLO from the list of available devices.
3) Acknowledge the Bluetooth pairing request message that appears.
Displaying GLO Firmware Version, Connection Status, and Battery
Level:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the GLO Tab.
Displaying GLO GPS Status:
1) With GLO paired to the iOS device, from any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the Situational Data Tab.
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Connext Page (Situational Data Tab)
NOTE: When connected to GLO, the device GPS information is replaced
with GLO GPS information. The GLO receiver is capable of updating position
information at a much higher frequency, thus providing more accurate GPS
position information.
INREACH SE+, INREACH EXPLORER+, AND INREACH MINI
HANDHELD INTEGRATION
The inReach SE+, inReach Explorer+, and the inReach Mini handheld communicators
with global IRIDIUM® satellite coverage allows for two-way messaging and SOS
alerting anywhere in the world.
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Paired with Garmin Pilot via Bluetooth, the inReach SE+, inReach Explorer+, and
inReach Mini provides:
• The ability for GPS position tracking.
• The ability to send text messages from Garmin Pilot via the Calls/Messages tab
in the Connext menu.
VIRB® ACTION CAMERA
Garmin Pilot allows the user to remotely control any VIRB action cameras to start
and stop video recording as well as take still photos. Videos and photos taken with
VIRB action cameras are stored on the VIRB device itself, not on the phone or tablet
running Garmin Pilot. VIRB videos and photos can be accessed using the Garmin
VIRB app.
Connecting a VIRB Action Camera:
1) On the VIRB camera, select MODE > SETUP > WiFi.
2) Change WiFi to On. The camera's SSID and password will appear on the
camera display.
3) On the iPhone or iPod Touch, go to Settings > Wi-Fi. Ensure Wi-Fi is On
and select the camera's SSID from the list.
4) On the iPhone or iPod Touch, enter the password as shown on the
camera's display.
5) In Garmin Pilot, tap Home > Connext > VIRB.
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iOS Wifi Access Points
The Camera Settings provided by Garmin Pilot match the settings available in the
Garmin VIRB app, allowing full control of recording without switching apps.
Configuring Camera Settings:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext > VIRB Tab.
2) Tap Configure Camera Settings.
Configuring Auto-Attach VIRB photos to logbook entry:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext > VIRB Tab.
2) Tap Auto-Attach VIRB Photos to Logbook Entry switch On.
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Connext Page (VIRB Tab)
Recording using the VIRB:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext > VIRB Tab.
2) Tap Start Recording/Stop Recording.
Or:
1) From any Map Page or from the SynVis Split Screen tap Menu > Split
Screen > VIRB.
2) Tap Start Recording/Stop Recording.
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Taking a photo using the VIRB:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext > VIRB Tab.
2) Tap Take Photo.
Or:
1) From any Map Page or from the SynVis Split Screen tap Menu > Split
Screen > VIRB.
2) Tap Take Photo.
VIRB (Split-Screen)
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GARMIN PILOT WATCH
Garmin Pilot can share Flight Plans with any Garmin Pilot Watch via a Bluetooth
connection. When the Garmin Pilot Watch is in 'Share Mode' it will automatically pair
with an iOS device.
MARQ Aviator Watch - Bluetooth Pairing
NOTE: Any Garmin Pilot Watch route sharing is only available with iOS
devices that support Bluetooth 4.0 + (i.e., iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5 and iPad 3
and newer).
Sending User Waypoints to a Garmin Pilot Watch:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the desired device Tab.
3) Ensure the Watch is in 'Share Mode'. Tap Send next to the desired
waypoint to send. Waypoints that have been shared with the Watch will
momentarily display a green check mark.
Sending Flight Plans to a Garmin Pilot Watch:
From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan > Menu > Share Flight Plan.
Ensure the Watch is in 'Share Mode' to receive flight plan data.
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Or:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the desired device Tab.
3)
Tap Send next to the desired flight plan to send.
Tap to Send
Flight Plan
Tap to Select
Device
Connext Page (D2 Pilot Watch Tab)
Tap to Transfer
Flight Plan
Connext Page (MARQ Aviator Pilot Watch)
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FLIGHT STREAM
NOTE: Up to two mobile devices can be simultaneously connected to a Flight
Stream 110, 210, or 510.
Flight Stream is a wireless Bluetooth gateway that integrates pre-flight and inflight activities by enabling bi-directional communication between Garmin avionics
and Garmin Pilot. Flight Stream is compatible with GTN 650/750, G1000 NXi,
G3000/5000, GNS WAAS Navigators, GDL 88, and GDL 69(A).
Flight Stream &
Remote Capabilities
GPS (Position, Velocity, and Time)
ADS-B Weather and Traffic
SXM Weather
SXM Audio Remote Control
Attitude Information
Two-way Flight Plan Transfer
GDL 88 and GDL 69/69A Compatible
GTN Series, GNS 430W/530W, G1000
NXi, and G3000/5000 Compatible
Database Concierge
Flight
Stream 110
Flight
Stream 210
Flight
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Flight Stream 110 enables the following communication between Garmin avionics
and Garmin Pilot:
• The GDL 88 shares weather and traffic with Garmin Pilot.
• The GDL 69 shares SXM weather with Garmin Pilot.
• The GTN 650/750 or GNS 430W/530W shares GPS information with Garmin
Pilot.
• Remotely control SiriusXM satellite radio from Garmin Pilot.
Flight Stream 210 enables all of the above communications including:
• Flight plan transfer to and from a GTN 650/750 or GNS 430W/530W.
• Adding victor airways into flight plans from Garmin Pilot to GNS 430W/530W
navigators.
• Shares attitude information to the Garmin Pilot's synthetic vision and panel
displays.
Flight Steam 510 enables all of the above communications including:
• Database Concierge functionality that updates databases for GTN navigators,
G1000 NXi, and G3000/5000 and also loads upcoming database cycles for
automatic transition as the cycle becomes active.
• GSR 56 Iridium Datalink.
Pairing an iOS device with Flight Stream 110:
1) Power on the Flight Stream 110 with the aircraft avionics. The Flight
Stream 110 will automatically enter Bluetooth pairing mode.
2) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On
and select the Flight Stream 110 from the list of available devices.
3) Acknowledge the Bluetooth pairing request message that appears.
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Pairing an iOS device with Flight Stream 210:
1) Power on the Flight Stream 210 with the aircraft avionics. If the Flight
Stream 210 is not connected to a display unit (e.g., GTN 750/650, GNS
430W/530W, or G1000 NXi), it will automatically enter Bluetooth pairing
mode 1 minute after being powered on.
2) If the Flight Stream 210 is connected to a display unit, navigate to the
Connext Bluetooth Setup Page on the display unit. The Flight Stream 210
will enter Bluetooth pairing mode.
3) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On
and select the Flight Stream 210 from the list of available devices.
4) Acknowledge the Bluetooth pairing request messages that appear on the
iOS device and on the display unit (if applicable).
Pairing an iOS device with Flight Stream 510 via Bluetooth:
1) Ensure the Flight Stream 510 MultiMediaCard is inserted in the GTN 650,
GTN 750, G1000 NXi, or G3000/5000 SD Card slot.
2) Power on the GTN 650/750, G1000 NXi, or G3000/5000 with the aircraft
avionics.
3) Navigate to the Connext Bluetooth Setup page. The Flight Stream 510 will
automatically enter Bluetooth pairing mode.
4) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On
and select the Flight Stream 510 from the list of available devices.
5) Acknowledge the Bluetooth pairing request message that appears.
NOTE: It will be necessary to disconnect from terrestrial Wi-Fi hotspots to
connect to a Flight Stream 510 over Wi-Fi.
NOTE: When connected to a Flight Stream 510 over Bluetooth, if new database
downloads are available and Garmin Pilot has previously connected to the
Flight Stream 510, Garmin Pilot will automatically and temporarily connect
over Wi-Fi to download the new databases, then switch back to Bluetooth.
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Pairing an iOS device with Flight Stream 510 via Wi-Fi:
1) Ensure the Flight Stream 510 MultiMediaCard is inserted in the GTN 650,
GTN 750, G1000 NXi, or G3000/5000 SD Card slot.
2)
Power on the GTN navigators, G1000 NXi, or G3000/5000 with the aircraft
avionics.
3)
The GTN 650/750, G1000 NXi, or G3000/5000 will display an SSID and a
Wi-Fi password.
4)
On the iOS device, go to Settings > Wi-Fi. Ensure Wi-Fi is On.
5)
On the iOS device, check the list of nearby Wi-Fi hotspots. Tap the
hotspots showing the SSID shown on the GTN 650/750, G1000 NXi, or
G3000/5000.
6)
On the iOS device, enter the Wi-Fi password as shown on the GTN
650/750, G1000 NXi, or G3000/5000.
Enabling auto reconnect of paired devices:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the Flight Stream 110, Flight Stream 210, or Flight Stream 510 Tab.
3) Tap the Manage Paired Devices cell.
4) Tap the Auto Reconnect switch to enable/disable auto reconnect on the
desired device(s).
Deleting paired devices:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the Flight Stream 110, Flight Stream 210, or Flight Stream 510 Tab.
3) Tap Manage Paired Devices.
4) Tap
next to the desired device.
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Flight Stream 210 Tab (Connext Page)
TROUBLESHOOTING FLIGHT STREAM 110/210/510
If a Bluetooth connection cannot be established, it may be necessary to remove the
Flight Stream 110/210/510 from the list of available paired devices on the iOS device
and repeat the pairing instructions.
Removing Flight Stream 110/210/510 from the list of available
devices:
1) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On.
2) In the list of devices, tap the
symbol next to Flight Stream
110/210/510.
3) Tap Forget this Device.
4) Repeat the pairing instructions.
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SITUATIONAL DATA
Flight Stream 110/210/510 enables Garmin Pilot to access the same GPS
information utilized by the GTN or GNS WAAS series display units. In addition, Flight
Stream 210 and Flight Stream 510 shares attitude information to the Garmin Pilot's
synthetic vision and panel displays.
Viewing Flight Stream situational data:
NOTE: Ensure the Flight Stream 110/210/510 is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the Situational Data Tab.
Situational Data Tab (Connext Page)
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AHRS and Attitude Information
When connected to the Flight Stream 210, Flight Stream 510, GDL 51/51R, GDL
52/52R, GDL 39 3D, GTX 345, GTX 45R, and G3X Touch, Garmin Pilot will display a
back-up Attitude Indicator, Ground Speed, Altimeter, HSI, and VSI on the Panel. 'Pitch'
and 'Roll' become available options for the Nav Bar on the Map Pane, and Navigation
Data on the Panel.
GPSderived
Ground
Speed
Geometric
Altitude
(MSL)
Attitude
Indicator
GPSderived
VSI
HSI
Panel (with Flight Stream 210)
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ADS-B
For installations with a compatible ADS-B datalink, traffic and FIS-B weather
information can also be displayed using Garmin Pilot.
Viewing Flight Stream ADS-B traffic and weather data:
NOTE: Ensure the Flight Stream 110/210/510 is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the ADS-B Tab.
ADS-B Tab (Connext Page)
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SIRIUSXM
SiriusXM weather information is shared with Garmin Pilot for installations with
a Flight Stream 510, Flight Stream 210, Flight Stream 110, GDL 69/GDL 69A GDL
52/52R, and GDL 51/51R SiriusXM datalink. In addition, remote control of SiriusXM
satellite radio from Garmin Pilot is available.
SiriusXM Tab (Connext Page)
SiriusXM Weather Overlays
NOTE: Ensure the Flight Stream 110/210 (wired to a GDL 69/GDL 69A) or a
Flight Stream 510 is paired to an iOS device.
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Displaying SiriusXM Radar overlay on Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays.
3) Tap
to expand the Radar options.
4) Tap SXM, or SXM Base.
Displaying SiriusXM Clouds overlay on Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays.
3) Tap
to expand the Clouds options.
4) Tap SXM or SXM Base.
Tap to
Display
'Radar'
Tap to Display
'SXM Base'
Map Page - SiriusXM Weather Overlays - SXM Base
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SiriusXM Weather Overlays Enhancements
Displaying SiriusXM Lightning overlay on Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays
3) Tap
to expand the Lightning options.
4) Tap SXM.
Tap to
Display
SXM
'Lightning'
Map Page - SiriusXM Weather Overlays - Lightning
Displaying SiriusXM Icing overlay on Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays
3) Tap the Icing cell.
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Displaying SiriusXM Turbulence overlay on Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays
3) Tap the Turbulence cell.
Displaying SiriusXM Echo Tops overlay on Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays
3) Tap the Echo Tops Tab.
Displaying SiriusXM Storm Cells overlay on Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays
3) Tap the Storm Cells Tab.
Displaying SiriusXM Surface Analysis overlay on Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays
3) Tap the Sfc Features Tab.
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Tap to Display SXM Data
Map Page - Selecting SiriusXM Weather Overlays
SXM Surface Analysis
SXM
Clouds
SXM
Radar
SXM
Lightning
Map Page - SiriusXM Weather Overlays
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SiriusXM Audio Remote Control
NOTE: Ensure the Flight Stream 110/210 (wired to a GDL 69/GDL 69A), Flight
Stream 510, GDL 52/52R, or GDL 51/51R is paired to an iOS device.
Adjusting the SiriusXM volume using Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the SiriusXM Audio Tab.
3) Tap and drag the volume slider to adjust the volume.
Or:
1) From any screen tap
to display the Connext Window.
2) Tap and drag the volume slider to adjust the volume.
Tap to View
Connext
Window
Connext
Window
Connext Window (SiriusXM Audio)
Selecting a SiriusXM category using Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the SiriusXM Audio Tab.
3) Tap the Categories Button.
4) Tap the desired category from the list.
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SiriusXM Audio Tab (Categories)
Selecting a SiriusXM channel using Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the SiriusXM Audio Tab.
3) Tap the Channels Button.
4) Tap the desired channel from the list.
SiriusXM Audio Tab (Channels)
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Searching SiriusXM Satellite Radio using Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the SiriusXM Audio Tab.
3) Tap the Search Button.
4) Enter the artist, song, channel number, or channel name using the keypad.
5) Tap Search on the keypad.
SiriusXM Audio Tab (Search)
Adding a Channel to Favorites using Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the SiriusXM Audio Tab.
3) Tap the Channels Button.
4) Tap the blue star next to the channel to add to Favorites.
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SiriusXM Audio Tab (Favorites)
Viewing Favorites using Garmin Pilot:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the SiriusXM Audio Tab.
3) Tap the Favorites Button.
WIRELESS FLIGHT PLAN TRANSFER
Flight Stream 210 and Flight Stream 510 uses Bluetooth technology to transfer
flight plan information between Garmin Pilot and a compatible device.
Sending a flight plan from Garmin Pilot to a display unit:
NOTE: Ensure the Flight Stream 210/510 is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
3)
Tap Send.
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Select Desired
Method of
Receiving
Updates
Active Flight
Plan is Loaded
on Navigator
Flight
Plan
Transfer
Tab
Tap to Send
Active Flight
Plan to
Navigator
Tap to Send
Stored Flight
Plan to
Navigator
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
Or:
1)
From any screen tap
2)
Tap Send To
to display the Connext Window.
.
Tap to View
Connext Window
Connext
Window
Tap to Send
Flight Plan
to Navigator
Connext Window
3)
Sent
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Flight Plan
Sent to
Navigator
Successfully
Flight Plan Sent to Navigator
Loading a flight plan from a display unit to Garmin Pilot:
NOTE: Ensure the Flight Stream 210/510 is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
Tap to
Load Flight
Plan From
Navigator
Flight Plan
Transfer Tab
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
3)
Tap Load.
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Or:
1)
From any screen, tap
to display the Connext Window.
Tap to View
Connext
Window
Connext
Window
Tap to
Load Flight
Plan From
Navigator
Connext Window
2)
Tap Load From
3)
Loaded
.
is displayed momentarily.
Flight Plan
Loaded
Successfully
Flight Plan Loaded From Navigator
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Receiving flight plan updates from a display unit:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
3) Tap Off, Auto, or Prompt.
Off: Flight plan updates are not received from navigator.
Auto: Flight plan changes made on the navigator are automatically
activated in Garmin Pilot.
Prompt: A prompt is displayed allowing the flight plan update to be
activated or ignored.
Flight Plan
Updates
Flight Plan
Transfer Tab
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
Activating/ignoring flight plan updates from a display unit:
Tap Ignore or Activate when the Flight Plan Update Window appears.
Flight Plan Update Window
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DATABASE CONCIERGE
Database Concierge is a tool for updating databases for compatible Garmin
navigators. Updating databases should be accomplished with the aircraft on the
ground. Database Concierge aims to make this task as easy as possible by using
the Wi-Fi capabilities of your iOS device, as well as integration with a personalized
flyGarmin account.
Initial set up of Database Concierge requires a flyGarmin account with active
subscriptions to navigation databases, and configuring Garmin Pilot to bring those
databases from the internet to a compatible system. By default, Database Concierge
is disabled. This accommodates pilots who wish to use Garmin Pilot without Database
Concierge. This is also useful to pilots who use multiple iOS devices in the cockpit.
Pilots can enable Database Concierge on only one of their iOS devices, nominating
that device to download and transmit updates to their avionics.
Once set up, the ideal usage of Database Concierge is to allow Garmin Pilot
to download updates while connected to the internet. Once Garmin Pilot has
downloaded all of its updates, take the iOS device to the aircraft. The iOS device will
connect to the compatible system using the Wi-Fi provided by the Flight Stream 510,
and navigator updates will commence.
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Adding aircraft to your flyGarmin account:
1) Visit https://fly.garmin.com
2) Enter the e-mail address and password for your Garmin Account. This is
the same information used for Garmin Pilot subscriptions.
3)
Click the Devices tab.
4)
Click ADD AIRCRAFT.
5)
Enter the information for the aircraft and click Add Aircraft.
6)
Click ADD DEVICE.
7)
Select the Garmin compatible system in the combo box.
8)
Enter the System ID for the compatible system. Click Where is my
System ID? for assistance locating the system ID. Click Add Device when
complete.
Devices
Tab
Tap to
View
Aircraft
Tap to
Buy
Databses
Tap to
Add
Device
Current
Device
flyGarmin Account
Compatible Garmin navigators use different databases than Garmin Pilot. As
such, it may be necessary to purchase database subscriptions through the flyGarmin
website, if not already done.
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NOTE: Ensure the iOS device is paired to the Flight Stream 510. Refer to the
'Flight Stream' section for information on pairing the Flight Stream 510 via
Bluetooth or WiFi.
Enabling Database Concierge and Selecting an Aircraft:
1)
With the iOS device paired to the Flight Stream 510, tap Home > Connext
> Database Concierge.
2)
Tap Enable Database Concierge.
3)
Verify that Garmin Pilot is showing the correct aircraft and aircraft device.
4)
Tap Continue.
5)
If desired, tap to disable Auto-Download Database Updates or Delete
Downloads After Installation. Tap Continue.
6)
Tap Accept on the database license agreement.
Database information wil automatically download once Database Concierge
has at least one aircraft with a compatible Garmin navigator. Database Concierge
will automatically check for updates when the Garmin Pilot device is connected to
the internet. Verify that Auto-Download Database Updates switch is On to enable
automatic downloading.
Managing the GTN Navigator Downloads:
From any screen, tap Home > Connext > Database Concierge > Manage
Downloads.
Or:
From any screen, tap Home > Downloads > Database Concierge
Downloads.
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Installing Downloaded Updates on a GTN Navigator:
1) Power on aircraft avionics.
2) The GTN navigator detects Flight Stream 510. The Flight Stream's Wi-Fi
network is shown on the navigator screen.
3) On the iOS device, connect to the indicated Wi-Fi network.
4)
On the iOS device, start Garmin Pilot and tap Home > Connext >
Database Concierge.
5)
The GTN navigator shows detected updates. Tap the Start button to begin
updating.
Tap to View
WiFi Network
& Password
Database Concierge Updates Available on GTN 750
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Flight Stream 510 Wi-Fi Network as Shown On GTN 750
Installing Downloaded Updates on to G1000 NXi:
NOTE: NXi will only provide a WiFi connection if new databases have been
detected for download on Garmin Pilot via a valid Bluetooth connection. If
there are no database updates required NXi will not provide a WiFi signal.
NOTE: If the iOS device has previously connected to the FS510, and is not
connected to another WiFi source, the iOS device should connect automatically
to the FS510. If the iOS device is connected to another WiFi source (i.e. hangar
wifi), then the FS510 will not connect automatically.
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1)
Insert the Flight Stream 510 SD Card in the bottom slot of the MFD if not
already installed.
2)
Power on aircraft avionics.
3)
On the iOS device, start Garmin Pilot and tap Home > Connext >
Database Concierge.
4)
On the iOS device, connect via Bluetooth to the Flight Stream 510.
5)
Turn the large FMS Knob and select Aux.
6)
Turn the small FMS Knob and select Connext Setup.
7)
Ensure that WiFi Database Import is Enabled on the Connext Setup page.
8)
Verify the iOS device is connected via Bluetooth.
9)
On the iOS device, connect to the indicated SSID Wi-Fi network on the Aux
> Connext Setup page.
10) The G1000 NXi shows detected updates on a pop up box on the lower
right corner of the MFD screen. Press the Update softkey to begin
updating.
11) Database update status can be monitored on the Database page or on
Database Concierge within the Garmin Pilot app.
12) Once the database transfers are complete the system will display a prompt
to restart the avionics to finish the database transfer process.
NOTE: The Restart soft key is only enabled when the aircraft is on the ground
with engines not running.
13) Press the Restart softkey.
Or:
Cycle the avionics power.
14) Verify the databases are current on the systems start-up screen or via the
Aux Databases page.
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Bluetooth
Status
WiFi
Status
Connext Setup page as Shown on G1000 NXi
Database Concierge Updates Available as Shown on G1000 NXi
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Installing Downloaded Updates on to G3000/5000 with GDU
Software 20.60 or later:
NOTE: G3000/5000 will only provide a WiFi connection if new databases have
been detected for download on Garmin Pilot via a valid Bluetooth connection.
If there are no database updates required, the G3000/5000 will not provide a
WiFi signal.
NOTE: If the iOS device has previously connected to the FS510, and is not
connected to another WiFi source, the iOS device should connect automatically
to the FS510. If the iOS device is connected to another WiFi source (i.e. hangar
wifi), then the FS510 will not connect automatically.
1)
Power on aircraft avionics.
2)
From MFD Home on the Touchscreen Controller, touch Utilities > Setup >
Connext Setup.
3)
Touch the Functions tab to ensure the WiFi Database Import is Enabled
on the Connext Setup screen.
4)
On the iOS device, connect via Bluetooth to the Flight Stream 510.
5)
From MFD Home screen, touch Utilities > Setup > Database Status >
Device Databases.
6)
Touch the Start Transfer button on the Database Status screen.
7)
On the iOS device, connect to the indicated SSID Wi-Fi network on the
Connext Setup screen.
8)
On the iOS device, start Garmin Pilot and tap Home > Connext >
Database Concierge.
9)
The database update status will appear in the status window at the top of
the page. The load is complete when 'Databases Ready' is displayed.
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10) A cyan double arrow will appear between the Standby and Active columns
to show which standby databases will be transferred to Active at the next
power cycle.
11) Database update status can be monitored on the Database Status screen
or on Database Concierge within the Garmin Pilot app.
12) Once the database transfers are complete, the system will display a
prompt to restart the avionics on the ground to finish the database
transfer process.
13) Verify the databases are current on the Database Status screen or on the
Detailed Database Information screen.
Connext Setup Page as Shown on G3000/5000
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Bluetooth Setup Page as Shown on G3000/5000
WiFi Setup Page as Shown on G3000/5000
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Database Concierge Updates Available as Shown on G3000/5000
Databases Transfer Complete Status as Shown on G3000/5000
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WIRELESS JEPPESEN CHART TRANSFER
Flight Stream 510 uses Bluetooth technology to transfer Jeppesen chart information
between Garmin Pilot and the GTN 650/750 and G1000 NXi.
Sending a Jeppesen chart from Garmin Pilot to a display unit:
NOTE: Ensure the Flight Stream 510 is paired to an iOS device.
1)
Configure the aircraft, device system ID, and tail number within flyGarmin.
2)
From any screen, tap Home > Settings.
3)
Tap the Jeppesen tab and login into an active Jeppesen account.
4)
Tap Downloads > Jeppesen Charts Downloads and download Jeppesen
charts into Garmin Pilot.
5)
Connect Garmin Pilot to the Flight Stream 510.
6)
Tap Connext > Database Concierge.
7)
Tap Transfer Jeppesen Charts tab to transfer the Jeppesen Chart to the
airplane's avionics. Verify the Transfer Jeppesen Charts switch is On to
enable transfer.
Jeppesen Chart Wireless Transfer
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G3X TOUCH
NOTE: Interfacing with iOS devices requires a Connext configuration module for
proper Bluetooth operation. Without this configuration module the G3X Touch/
Garmin Pilot authentication will not complete. Refer to the G3X Touch Installation
Manual for more information.
NOTE: In a multiple display G3X Touch system, Connext Bluetooth connections to
Garmin Pilot devices should only be made to the PFD1.
The G3X Touch is a large-format flight display with a wireless Bluetooth gateway
that can be used to enable bi-directional communication between the G3X Touch
and Garmin Pilot.
Pairing an iOS device with G3X Touch enables the following communication
between G3X Touch and Garmin Pilot:
• Wireless transfer of flight plans to/from an iOS device (using Garmin Pilot) to the G3X
Touch.
• An iOS device (with Garmin Pilot) paired with both a G3X Touch and GDL 39/39R,
shares GPS, attitude, traffic, and weather data.
Connext Bluetooth pairing recommendations:
• Only use the Bluetooth interface on PFD1 for Connext data sharing with iOS devices
using Garmin Pilot.
• Do not attempt to pair the G3X Touch displays to each other in a multiple display
installation.
• Turn off any display's Bluetooth transceiver which is not in use.
NOTE: One or two devices running Garmin Pilot may be connected as shown below.
Due to the wide variability of these devices, the best user experience may, in some
cases, be limited to a single mobile device connected to the system components.
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Connext Bluetooth Supported Configurations
G3X Touch
One or two Android or iOS devices may be
connected to the G3X Touch
iOS or
Android
iOS or
Android
G3X Touch
iOS or
Android
One Android or iOS* device may be
connected to both a GDL 39/39R and a
G3X Touch.
GDL
39/39R
G3X Touch
iOS* or
Android
A second Android or iOS* device may be
connected to either the GDL 39/39R or the
G3X Touch, but not both.
iOS or
Android
GDL
39/39R
G3X Touch
iOS* or
Android
iOS or
Android
GDL
39/39R
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Pairing an iOS device with the G3X Touch:
NOTE: Bluetooth pairing to the G3X Touch may be established from the iOS
settings page with the G3X Touch Bluetooth Setup Page selected and visible.
1)
Power on the iOS device and ensure Bluetooth® is turned on in Settings.
2)
Refer to the iOS device’s documentation for instructions on making the
device discoverable.
3)
Refer to the iOS device’s documentation for instructions on finding the
device name. Take note of the device name as it will be used in step 6.
4)
From the G3X Touch, tap MENU > Setup > Bluetooth.
5)
If Bluetooth is set to Off on the G3X Touch, tap the Bluetooth
The G3X Touch will begin searching for devices.
6)
When the G3X Touch has completed the search for available devices, tap
Not Paired next to the iOS device to be paired.
> On.
G3X Touch Bluetooth Setup Page
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7)
The first time a device is paired, a Bluetooth Pairing Request may be
displayed to confirm the pairing. Tap Pair on the iOS device to confirm the
passkey is displayed on the G3X Touch.
iOS Settings Page
8)
Tap OK on the G3X Touch. When the device is paired, Connected is
displayed next to the device.
Bluetooth Passkey Window (G3X Touch)
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NOTE: Once an iOS device is initially paired to the G3X Touch, the Bluetooth
connection is automatic each time both devices are powered up.
G3X Touch Tab (Connext Page)
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TROUBLESHOOTING G3X TOUCH
If a Bluetooth connection cannot be established, it may be necessary to remove the
G3X Touch from the list of available devices on the iOS device and repeat the pairing
instructions.
Removing G3X Touch from the list of available devices:
1) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On.
2) In the list of devices, tap the
symbol next to the G3X Touch.
3) Tap Forget this Device.
4) Repeat the pairing instructions.
SITUATIONAL DATA
When paired with the G3X Touch, Garmin Pilot has access to the same GPS
information utilized by the G3X Touch. In addition, the G3X Touch shares attitude
information to the Garmin Pilot's synthetic vision and panel displays.
Viewing G3X Touch situational data:
NOTE: Ensure the G3X Touch is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the Situational Data Tab.
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AHRS and Altitude Information (G3X Touch)
When connected to the G3X Touch, Garmin Pilot will display a back-up Attitude
Indicator, Ground Speed, Altimeter, HSI, and VSI on the Panel. 'Pitch' and 'Roll' become
available options for the Nav Bar on the Map Pane, and Navigation Data on the Panel.
Attitude Indicator
Geometric
Altitude
(MSL)
GPS-derived
Ground Speed
GPSderived VSI
HSI
Panel
Select
Button/
Indicators
Panel (with G3X Touch connected)
WIRELESS FLIGHT PLAN TRANSFER (G3X TOUCH)
G3X Touch uses Bluetooth technology to transfer flight plan information between
Garmin Pilot and the G3X Touch.
Sending a flight plan from Garmin Pilot to the G3X Touch:
NOTE: Ensure the G3X Touch is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
3)
Tap Send.
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Tap to
Load Flight
Plan to
Navigator
Flight Plan
Transfer Tab
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
Tap to Send
Active Flight Plan
to Navigator
Tap to Send
Stored Flight
Plans to
Navigator
Or:
1)
From any screen tap
to display the Connext Quick Access.
Tap to View
Connext
Quick Access
Tap to Send
Flight Plan
to Navigator
Connext
Window
Connext Window
2)
Tap Send To
3)
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Flight Plan
Sent to
Navigator
Successfully
Flight Plan Sent to G3X Touch
Loading a flight plan from the G3X Touch to Garmin Pilot:
NOTE: Ensure the G3X Touch is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
Tap to
Load Flight
Plan From
Navigator
Flight Plan
Transfer Tab
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
3)
Tap Load.
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Or:
1)
From any screen, tap
to display the Connext Quick Access.
Tap to view Connext Quick Access
Tap to
Load Flight
Plan From
Navigator
Connext Window
Connext Window
2)
Tap Load From
3)
Loaded
.
is displayed momentarily.
Flight Plan
Loaded
Successfully
Flight Plan Loaded From G3X Touch
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Receiving flight plan updates from a display unit:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
3) Tap Off, Auto, or Prompt.
Off: Flight plan updates are not received from navigator.
Auto: Flight plan changes made on the navigator are automatically
activated in Garmin Pilot.
Prompt: A prompt is displayed allowing the flight plan update to be
activated or ignored.
Flight Plan
Updates
Flight Plan
Transfer Tab
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
Activating/ignoring flight plan updates from a display unit:
Tap Ignore or Activate when the Flight Plan Update Window appears.
Flight Plan Update Window
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GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355
The GPS 175, GNX 375, and GNC 355 are 2" by 6.25" panel mount navigators
with full color capacitive touchscreen technology.
The GPS 175 is a GPS/WAAS navigator with en route, terminal, and precision/nonprecision approach capabilities. The GNX 375 combines the functionality of the GPS
175 with a mode S transponder. The GNC 355 is a GPS navigator with LPV approach
capabilities and a 10W Comm radio for Part 23 Class I/II and experimental/amaturebuilt aircraft.
Each unit is Bluetooth compatible, providing flight plan, traffic, weather, and
position data to an available portable device.
Pairing an iOS device with the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355:
1) Power on the iPad and ensure Bluetooth® is turned on in Settings.
2) Refer to the iOS documentation for instructions on making the device
discoverable.
3) Refer to the iOS documentation for instructions on finding the device
name. Take note of the device name as it is used in step 6.
4) From the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 touch Setup > Bluetooth > On.
5) When the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 has completed the search for
available devices, touch Not Paired next to the iPad to be paired.
6) The first time a device is paired, a Bluetooth Pairing Request may be
displayed to confirm what device to pair with. Tap Pair on the iPad to
confirm the passkey is displayed on the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355.
7) Touch OK on the GPS 175/GNX375/GNC 355. When the device is paired,
Connected is displayed next to the device.
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NOTE: Once an iPad is initially paired to the GPS 175 , GNX 375, or GNC 355,
the Bluetooth connection is automatic each time both devices are powered
up.
GNX 375 (Connext Page)
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TROUBLESHOOTING GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355
If a Bluetooth connection cannot be established, it may be necessary to remove the
GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 from the list of available devices on the iOS device and
repeat the pairing instructions.
Removing GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 from the list of available
devices:
1) On the iOS device, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On.
2) In the list of devices, tap the
symbol next to the GPS 175/GNX 375/
GNC 355.
3) Tap Forget this Device.
4) Repeat the pairing instructions.
SITUATIONAL DATA
When paired with the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355, Garmin Pilot will use the GPS
position data from the hardware. In addition, the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 shares
attitude and altitude information to the Garmin Pilot displays.
NOTE: Ensure the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 is paired to an iOS device.
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Viewing situational data:
1) From Garmin Pilot, touch Menu > Connext.
2) Touch the Situational Data Tab.
GPS 175 (Connext Page)
AHRS and Altitude Information
When connected to the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355, Garmin Pilot will display
GPS derived back-up Attitude Indicator, Altimeter, VSI, HSI, and Ground Speed on the
Panel. 'Pitch' and 'Roll' become available Nav Bar options on the Map Pane.
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Attitude Indicator
GPSderived
Ground
Speed
Geometric
Altitude
(MSL)
GPSderived VSI
HSI
Panel (with GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 connected)
Panel
Select
Button/
Indicators
ADS-B
A GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 with a compatible ADS-B device hardwired or
connected via Bluetooth, traffic and FIS-B weather information are available by
pairing an iOS device directly to the compatible ADS-B device. ADS-B data does not
travel from the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 to Garmin Pilot.
Viewing ADS-B traffic and weather data:
NOTE: Ensure the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 and the compatible ADS-B
device are paired to an iOS device. The GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 will not
pass ADS-B data through to the Garmin Pilot even if the ADS-B device is wired
to it.
1)
From anywhere in Garmin Pilot, touch Home > Connext.
2)
Touch the ADS-B Tab.
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ADS-B (Connext Page)
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WIRELESS FLIGHT PLAN TRANSFER
GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 uses Bluetooth technology to transfer flight plan
information between Garmin Pilot and the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355.
Sending a flight plan from Garmin Pilot:
NOTE: Ensure the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From Garmin Pilot, touch Home > Connext.
2)
Touch the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
3)
Touch Send.
Tap to Load
Flight Plan
From Your
Navigator
Flight Plan
Transfer
Tab
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
Tap to Send
Flight Plan to
Your Navigator
Tap to Send
Stored flight
Plans to
Navigator
Or:
1)
From anywhere in Garmin Pilot, touch
2)
Touch Send To
3)
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Loading a flight plan from the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 to
Garmin Pilot:
NOTE: Ensure the GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355 is paired to an Android device.
1)
From Garmin Pilot, touch Home > Connext.
2)
Touch the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
3)
Touch Load.
Or:
1)
From Garmin Pilot, touch
2)
Touch Load From
3)
Loaded
to display the Connext Window.
.
is displayed.
Flight Plan
Updates
Flight Plan
Transfer Tab
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
Receiving flight plan updates from a GPS 175/GNX 375/GNC 355:
1) From Garmin Pilot, touch Home > Connext.
2) Touch the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
3) Touch Off, Auto, or Prompt.
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Activating/Ignoring flight plan updates from a GPS 175/GNX 375/
GNC 355:
Touch Ignore or Activate when the Flight Plan Update Window appears.
AERA 660
The aera 660 is a handheld touchscreen GPS navigator. Pairing an iPad with an
aera 660 enables wireless transfer of flight plans to/from the device and Garmin Pilot.
Pairing an iOS device with the aera 660:
NOTE: Bluetooth pairing to the aera 660 may be established from the iPad
with the aera 660 Bluetooth Setup Page selected and visible.
1)
Power on the iPad and ensure Bluetooth® is turned on in Settings.
2)
Refer to the iOS documentation for instructions on making the device
discoverable.
3)
Refer to the iOS documentation for instructions on finding the device
name. Take note of the device name as it is used in step 6.
4)
From the aera 660, touch Setup > Bluetooth.
5)
If Bluetooth is set to Off on the aera 660, touch the Bluetooth
On. The aera 660 will begin searching for devices.
6)
When the aera 660 has completed the search for available devices, touch
Not Paired next to the iPad to be paired.
7)
The first time a device is paired, a Bluetooth Pairing Request may be
displayed to confirm what device to pair with. Tap Pair on the iPad to
confirm the passkey is displayed on the aera 660.
8)
Touch OK on the aera 660. When the device is paired, Connected is
displayed next to the device.
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NOTE: Once an iPad is initially paired to the aera 660, the Bluetooth
connection is automatic each time both devices are powered up.
aera 660 Tab (Connext Page)
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TROUBLESHOOTING AERA 660
If a Bluetooth connection cannot be established, it may be necessary to remove the aera
660 from the list of available devices on the iOS device and repeat the pairing instructions.
Removing aera 660 from the list of available devices:
1) On the iPad, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Ensure Bluetooth is On.
2) In the list of devices, tap the
next to the aera 660.
3) Tap Forget.
4) Repeat the pairing instructions.
WIRELESS FLIGHT PLAN TRANSFER (AERA 660)
aera 660 uses Bluetooth technology to transfer flight plan information between
Garmin Pilot and the aera 660.
Sending a flight plan from Garmin Pilot to the aera 660:
NOTE: Ensure the aera 660 is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From anywhere in Garmin Pilot, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
3)
Tap Send.
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Tap to
Load Flight
Plan From
Navigator
Flight Plan
Transfer Tab
Tap to Send
Flight Plan
to Navigator
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
Tap to Send
Stored Flight
Plans to
Navigator
Or:
1)
From any screen tap
to display the Connext Quick Access.
Tap to View Connext
Quick Access Window
Tap to
Send Flight
Plan to
Navigator
Connext
Quick Access
Window
Connext Quick Access
2)
Tap Send To
3)
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Flight Plan
Sent to
Navigator
Successfully
Flight Plan Sent to aera 660
Loading a flight plan from the aera 660 to Garmin Pilot:
NOTE: Ensure the aera 660 is paired to an iOS device.
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2)
Tap the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
Flight Plan
Transfer Tab
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
3)
Tap to
Load Flight
Plan From
Navigator
Tap Load.
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Or:
1)
From any screen, tap
to display the Connext Window.
Tap to View
Connext
Window
Connext
Window
Tap to
Load Flight
Plan From
Navigator
Connext Window
2)
Tap Load From
3)
Loaded
.
is displayed.
Flight Plan
Loaded
Successfully
Flight Plan Loaded From aera 660
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Receiving flight plan updates from a handheld navigator:
1) From any screen, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the Flight Plan Transfer Tab.
3) Tap Off, Auto, or Prompt.
Off: Flight plan updates are not received from navigator.
Auto: Flight plan changes made on the navigator are automatically
activated in Garmin Pilot.
Prompt: A prompt is displayed allowing the flight plan update to be
activated or ignored.
Flight Plan
Updates
Flight Plan
Transfer Tab
Flight Plan Transfer Tab (Connext Page)
Activating/ignoring flight plan updates from a display unit:
Tap Ignore or Activate when the Flight Plan Update Window appears.
Flight Plan Update Window
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GTX 345 AND GTX 45R
The GTX 345 and GTX 45R are Bluetooth® enabled all-in-one ADS-B transponders
with on-board GPS, 978 MHz (Universal Access Transceiver), and Extended Squitter
receiver, supporting ADS-B Out and dual-link ADS-B In. They are designed to receive,
process, and output traffic (ADS-B air-to-air and Traffic Information Service-Broadcast
(TIS-B) traffic information) and weather (Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B))
information to Garmin Pilot wirelessly through Bluetooth®. The Traffic information
includes the number and source (i.e., ADS-B air-to-air, or TIS-B) of traffic the device
is currently tracking. The Weather information provides the age of weather products
received through (FIS-B).
The GTX 345 and GTX 45R also have pressure altitude sensors to aid in displaying
the relative altitude of received traffic information. If these devices are used onboard
a pressurized aircraft the pressure altitude sensor should be turned off.
Pairing an iOS device with the GTX 345:
1) From the GTX 345, press the FUNC Key until "SYS" is selected.
2) Press the up and down arrow keys (8 and 9 respectively) until
"BLUETOOTH" is selected.
3) Press the CRSR key to highlight "ON/OFF."
4) Use the up and down arrow keys to select "ON."
5) On the iOS device, ensure Bluetooth is enabled in Settings > Bluetooth.
6) Tap the GTX device in list of available Bluetooth devices.
7) A Bluetooth Pairing Request may be displayed to confirm the pairing. Tap
Pair on the iOS device to confirm the passkey is displayed on the GTX 345.
8) On the GTX 345, press the ENT Key to accept the pairing.
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Pairing an iOS device with the GTX 45R:
1) Power on your GTX 45R with your aircraft avionics
2) Enable Bluetooth pairing mode using the instructions in the GTX 45R
Pilot's Guide.
3) Power on the iOS device. Ensure Bluetooth is enabled in Settings >
Bluetooth.
4) Tap the GTX 45R device in list of available Bluetooth devices.
NOTE: Once an iOS device is initially paired to a GTX 345 or GTX 45R, the
Bluetooth connection is automatic each time both devices are powered up.
iOS Settings Page
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COMPATIBILITY MODE
Enabling Compatibility Mode will limit GTX 345 and GTX 45R devices to connect
to two Bluetooth devices, and will improve Bluetooth connectivity to those devices.
Compatibility
Mode On/Off
GTX 345 Tab (Connext Page)
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ADS-B COMPLIANCE TOOL
Garmin Pilot allows you to verify your ADS-B equipment is functioning properly via
Connext and our ADS-B Compliance Tool, which is designed to augment installation
materials and ensure all ADS-B Out hardware is correctly configured. The ADS-B
Compliance Tool provides real-time monitoring for ADS-B data transmitted on either
1090ES (1090 MHZ) or UAT (978 MHz) to help both you and your avionics technician
verify proper functionality.
Tap to
Update
Toggle
On/Off
Selected
Device
Tap to View
Paired Devices
Connext Page (GDL 52 Tab)
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Verifying ADS-B Signal:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Select desired equipment from the 'Devices' section.
3) Tap ADS-B Compliance.
4) Select desired aircraft to view diagnostic data for your ADS-B equipment.
NOTE: Green text indicates the ADS-B signal is satisfactory. Red text indicates
the equipment and/or configuration requires additional troubleshooting.
Tap to Return
to Device Tab
Tap to View
ADS-B Status
For Aircraft
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Tap to
Return to
Aircraft Page
Tap to
View/Adjust
Green Text
Indicates
Status is
Satisfactory
Selected
Device
Tap to View
ADS-B Compliance - Status
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EXPANDED DATA SHARING
Garmin Pilot's expanded data sharing capabilities, allows the pilot to share data
with other users including:
• Flight plans
• Aircraft Data
• Weight and balance
• Performance data
• Checklists
• User Waypoints
• Logbook Entries
• Scratch Pad
• Annotated Charts
• Trips
Select the Apple action icon to share data with others via AirDrop or email.
Data Sharing
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SYNTHETIC VISION - 3D VISION
NOTE: Synthetic Vision requires either a Flight Stream 510/210, GDL 52/52R,
GDL 39 3D, GTX 345, GTX 45R, G3X Touch, or a Premium subscription.
Synthetic Vision depicts a forward-looking attitude display of the topography
immediately in front of the aircraft. The depicted imagery is derived from the aircraft
attitude, heading, GPS three-dimensional position, and databases of terrain, obstacles,
and other relevant features.
Roll Pointer
GPS-derived
Ground
Speed
Geometric
Altitude
(MSL)
Pitch Scale
GPS-derived
VSI
Aircraft
Symbol
HSI
CDI Scale
Synthetic Vision (with GDL 39 3D)
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The Synthetic Vision terrain display shows land contours (colors are consistent
with those of the topographical map display), large water features, towers, and other
obstacles over 200’ AGL that are included in the obstacle database. Cultural features
on the ground such as roads, highways, railroad tracks, cities, and state boundaries
are not displayed.
Terrain is integrated within Synthetic Vision to provide visual alerts to indicate the
presence of terrain and obstacle threats relevant to the projected flight path. Terrain
alerts are displayed in red and yellow shading.
The terrain display is intended for situational awareness only. It may not provide the
accuracy or fidelity on which to base decisions and plan maneuvers to avoid terrain
or obstacles. Navigation must not be predicated solely upon the use of the terrain or
obstacle data displayed by Synthetic Vision.
NOTE: 'No Attitude Information' is displayed in place of the Attitude Indicator
when compatible devices are not configured.
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SYNTHETIC VISION OPERATION
Synthetic Vision is activated by tapping Home > SynVis.
Activating night mode:
1) From any page, tap Home > SynVis.
2) Tap Menu > Night Mode.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Map >
> Widgets > Synthetic Vision
ZERO PITCH LINE
The Zero Pitch Line is drawn completely across the display and represents the
aircraft attitude with respect to the horizon. It may not align with the terrain horizon,
particularly when the terrain is mountainous or when the aircraft is flown at high
altitudes.
TRAFFIC (OPTIONAL)
When paired with a Flight Stream 510, Flight Stream 210, GDL 52/52R, GDL 39/
GDL 39 3D, GTX 345, or GTX 45R Synthetic Vision displays ADS-B traffic information.
Traffic symbols are displayed in their approximate locations. Traffic symbols are
displayed in three dimensions, appearing larger as they are getting closer, and smaller
when they are further away. Traffic within 250 feet laterally of the aircraft will not
be displayed. Traffic symbols and coloring are consistent with that used for traffic
displayed on the Map Page. If the traffic altitude is unknown, the traffic will not be
displayed.
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Traffic
Traffic
Traffic Alert
Synthetic Vision - Traffic
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RUNWAYS
Runway data provides improved awareness of runway location with respect to the
surrounding terrain. All runway thresholds are depicted at their respective elevations
as defined in the database. In some situations, where threshold elevations differ
significantly, crossing runways may appear to be layered. As the aircraft gets closer
to the runway, more detail such as runway numbers and centerlines are displayed.
Synthetic Vision - Runway
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SYNTHETIC VISION TERRAIN AND OBSTACLE DATA
Terrain alerting on the synthetic vision display corresponds to the red and yellow X
symbols on the Map Page.
In some instances, a terrain or obstacle alert may be issued with no conflict shading
displayed on the synthetic vision. In these cases, the conflict is outside the Synthetic
Vision field of view.
Obstacles are represented on the synthetic vision display by standard twodimensional tower symbols found on the Inset Map and Navigation Map. Unlike the
Map Page, obstacles on the synthetic vision display do not change colors to warn of
potential conflict with the aircraft’s flight path until the obstacle is associated with
an actual terrain alert. Obstacles greater than 1000 feet below the aircraft altitude
are not shown.
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It is preferred to download the medium or high resolution terrain data when using
Synthetic Vision. The 3D view may not draw correctly with low resolution terrain data.
Synthetic Vision - High
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LOGBOOK
The Garmin Pilot Logbook feature allows the pilot to record pertinent flight
information to include the following:
• Generate automatic logbook entries using GPS data collected during the flight.
• Add manual entries or modify auto-entries.
• Notification of auto-generated entries via green badges on Logbook icon.
• Smart Suggestions auto-populates previously used instructor and aircraft
information.
• Track currency information including day and night take-offs, night duration, and
cross country.
• Enter signed endorsements and generate reports.
• Optional automatic synchronization with the flyGarmin website.
• Adding photographs to logbook entries.
• Logbook auto-logging captures real-time flight data to a specific logbook entry.
• Automatically creates a flight track and attaches it to the entry in the logbook.
• Track CFI endorsements given to students.
• Currency alert notification when a currency is about to expire.
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Lock Entry
Add Entry
Configure
Fields
Flight Log
Fields
Flight Log
Entries
Logbook (Entries)
The Garmin Pilot logbook requires at least one aircraft entered in Home > Settings
> Aircraft in order to create valid entries. If a logbook entry is created without any
aircraft types, the Aircraft Type field will prompt to add an aircraft type.
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FLIGHT LOG FIELDS
The order of the Flight Log Fields can be arranged, and each flight log field can be
configured ON or Off.
Configuring logbook fields:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Entries at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap the desired entry to configure or tap Add Entry to create a new entry.
4) Tap Configure Form.
5) Tap
and drag to arrange the fields in the desired order.
6) Tap and drag the Flight Log field switch ON/OFF to display the desired
fields.
7) Tap Done.
Toggle ON/
OFF
Tap and Drag
to Arrange
Fields
Flight Log Field Configuration
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FLIGHT LOG ENTRIES
Manually adding a logbook entry:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Entries at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap Add Entry. Garmin Pilot will create a new entry.
4) Tap the desired Flight Log entry field(s) to add an entry.
5) If the flight included an approach, tap Add Approach.
a) Tap the desired fields to add an approach.
b) Tap Save.
6) If the flight was dual given, the instructor enters the following fields:
Instructor Name, Certificate Number, and Certificate Expiration.
a) Tap Add Signature to sign the entry.
b) Tap Save.
Tap to Display
By Year
Tap to Lock/
Unlock Entry
Tap Add Entry
New Entry
Entries View
Flight Log Entry (Manual)
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Viewing flight log entries:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Entries at the bottom of the page.
3) If necessary, tap Automatic Flight Logs.
4) Tap the desired entry to view.
Enabling automatic flight log entries:
NOTE: The terrain download is recommended for optimum performance of
Automatic Flight Logging.
1)
From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2)
Tap Settings.
3)
Scroll down to the Automatic Flight Log Setup fields.
4)
Tap Automatically Generate Logbook Entries switch to ON.
5)
If desired, enter a value for any of the following Automatic Flight Log
Setup fields.
• Flying Speed Threshold
• Flying Altitude (AGL) Threshold
• Vertical Speed Threshold
• Taxi Time Added
• Max Time Between Legs To Merge
Automatic Flight Log Setup Fields
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Tap to Toggle
Synchronized
Data
Tap to Enter
Value
Flight Log Entry (Manual)
Accepting automatic flight log entries:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap the 'Auto-Generated Flight Logs...' flight log entry.
3) Tap Accept or Accept All.
Deleting automatic flight log entries:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap the 'Auto-Generated Flight Logs...' flight log entry.
3) Tap Delete
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Or:
1)
Swipe to present Delete button.
Tap to Accept Tap to Delete
ALL Auto Entries Auto Entry
Tap to Accept
Auto Entry
New Auto
Entry
Entries View
Flight Log Entry (Automatic)
Modifying a flight log entry:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Entries at the bottom of the page.
3) If necessary, tap Auto-Generated Flight Logs.
4) Tap the desired entry to modify.
5) Modify the desired Flight Log entry fields.
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Deleting a flight log entry:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Entries at the bottom of the page.
3) If necessary, tap Auto-Generated Flight Logs.
4) Tap the desired entry to delete.
5) Tap Delete Entry, at the top of the entry.
Viewing flight log entries by year:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Entries at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap the desired blue two digit year.
LOGBOOK PHOTOS
The Logbook Photos feature allows the pilot to attach unlimited photos to logbook
flight entries.
• Logbook photos may be taken while in flight using a device's camera, and are
automatically added to the provisional logbook entry based on time matching.
• Logbook photos can be attached to existing logbook entries from the device's
photo library or flyGarmin.
• Logbook photos are securely stored within flyGarmin and can be synced across
all devices.
Adding photos to a logbook entry:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Add Entry or an existing logbook entry and select the Add Photo
icon.
3) Take a photo from the device, add one from the device's photo library, or
add a photo from the Virb photo library.
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LOGBOOK AUTO-LOGGING
The Logbook Auto-logging view on the logbook entries tab captures and displays
real-time flight data including:
• Duration of flight
• Distance flown
• Maximum altitude
• Time of departure
• Average speed
• Maximum speed
Logbook Auto-Logging also supports taking photos while in flight or attaching
images from the device's library to the logbook entry.
Logbook Auto-Logging
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LOGBOOK TRACKS
Garmin Pilot automatically creates a track of a flight and attaches the file to the
entry in the logbook.
Viewing logbook tracks:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Show on Map on a selected logbook entry.
Adding logbook widget from split screen mode:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Widgets from the split screen mode.
3) Tap Add Widget and select Logbook Tracks.
Logbook Tracks Widget (Split Screen)
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Hiding logbook tracks from the map:
1) Select the Track icon from the radial menu.
2)
Tap on the Hide button to remove the track on the map.
ENDORSEMENTS
Viewing endorsements:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Endorsements at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap the desired endorsement.
Endorsement View
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Adding endorsements:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Endorsements at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap Add Endorsement.
4) Tap Type.
5) Tap the desired Type from the list.
6) Tap Title.
7) Enter a title for the endorsement and tap Done.
8) If desired, enter the FAA Category, date Issued, and date Expires.
9) The instructor enters the following fields: Instructor Name, Certificate
Number, and Certificate Expiration.
a) Tap Add Signature to sign the entry.
b) Tap Save.
Tap to Add
Endorsements
New
Endorsement
Adding Endorsement
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Editing an endorsement:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Endorsements at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap the desired endorsement.
4) Tap the desired Endorsement entry field(s) edit.
Deleting an endorsement:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Endorsements at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap the desired endorsement.
4) Scroll to the bottom of the entry and tap Delete Endorsement.
CFI ENDORSEMENTS GIVEN
Garmin Pilot allows CFIs to keep track of endorsements given to flight students.
Using the CFI Endorsements Given feature:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings button.
3) Tap Pilot Is CFI button to designate the pilot as a CFI.
4) Tap Endorsements.
5) Tap Add Endorsement.
6) Tap Given Endorsement to add a new endorsement.
7)
Tap the Share Endorsement button to share the endorsement with flight
students.
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CURRENCY
Viewing currency information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Currency at the bottom of the page. When the currency
type has been met, a green check mark is displayed as well as the date
last met, expiration date, and days remaining. When the currency type has
not been met a red 'X' is displayed.
Tap to Move
or Delete
Currency
Type
Tap to Add
Currency
Type
Currency
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Adding a currency type:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Currency at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap Add Currency Type.
4) Tap the desired Currency Type from the list.
Currency Types
Adding a Currency Type
Moving currency types:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Currency at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap Edit.
4) Tap
and drag to the desired location.
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Deleting a currency type:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) If necessary, tap Currency at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap Edit.
4) Tap
> Delete to delete the Currency Type.
Tap to Delete
Currency
Type
Tap to Move
Currency
Type
Editing Currency Types
CURRENCY ALERTS
The Currency Alerts feature may be set up to alert the pilot of an impending currency
expiration or an impending expiration by presenting a message to advise the pilot.
Adding a currency alert:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap the Currency button at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap Add Currency Type.
4) Tap which corresponding Authority or General category.
5) Tap selected Category.
6) Tap Warning Threshold (Days) in the Currency Configuration and select
number of days desired.
7) Tap Done.
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Currency Configuration
Logbook Currency Alert
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REPORTS
Displaying all logbook data entry fields by days, months, or years:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Reports at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap the desired number of days, months, or years.
Tap to
Display
Aircraft
Fields Totals
Tap the
Desired
Number
of Days,
Months,
or Years
Reports View
Reports
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Displaying logbook data entry totals for each aircraft type by
days, months, or years:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Reports at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap the desired number of days, months, or years.
4) Tap Aircraft Types above the entry fields column.
5) Tap the desired aircraft type(s).
6) Tap Done.
Tap to Select
Specific
Aircraft Types
Selecting Aircraft Types
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Displaying total flights and hours for each aircraft type by days,
months, or years:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Reports at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap the desired number of days, months, or years.
4) Tap the Aircraft Types Tab.
Tap to
Display
Flights/
Hours by
Aircraft Type
Number of Flights and Hours by Aircraft Type
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Displaying total flights and total hours for each aircraft
characteristic by aircraft days, months, or years:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Reports at the bottom of the page.
3) Tap the desired number of days, months, or years.
4) Tap the Characteristics Tab.
Tap to Display
Flights/Hours
by Aircraft
Characteristics
Number of Flights and Hours by Aircraft Characteristics
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LOGBOOK SETTINGS
Accessing logbook settings:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
GENERAL SETTINGS
Modifying logbook display settings:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) In the Sync Logbook to flyGarmin field, tap button to On to sync the
Garmin Pilot logbook to a the current flyGarmin user account.
4) In the Duration Field Display Format field, tap hh+mm or Decimal.
5) In the Logbook Display Order field, tap Newest On Top or Oldest On Top.
Tap to Toggle
Auto Sync
Aircraft Type 'General' Settings
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PILOT INFORMATION
The following Pilot Information settings are used to automatically populate new
endorsements and new logbook entries.
Modifying pilot information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Tap the Pilot Name field.
4) Enter a name using the keypad and tap Done.
5) Tap the Pilot Certificate field and tap Private, Commercial, Airline
Transport Pilot, Sport, or Recreational.
6) Tap the Pilot Certificate Number field.
7) Enter a certificate number using the keypad and tap Done.
8) Tap the Pilot Is CFI button to On, if the pilot is a CFI.
9) Tap the Pilot CFI Certificate Number field.
10) Enter a certificate number using the keypad and tap Done.
AUTOMATIC UPDATES
If enabled, the following values will be automatically updated with the Total
Duration of the flight. This applies to both manual and automatic flight logs.
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Enabling/disabling automatic updates:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Tap the Pilot In Command, Cross Country, Second In Command, Solo,
Dual, or Dual Given field.
4) Tap the switch ON/OFF to enable/disable automatic updates for the field.
Tap to Manaage
Aircraft Types
Tap to Add &
Manage Alerts
Tap to Toggle
Logbook Sync
Tap to Enter
Data
Tap to Toggle
Autofill
Logbook Settings
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CARRYOVER FROM LAST ENTRY
If enabled, the following data will be automatically populated from the last logbook
entry.
Enabling/disabling auto-populated fields:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Tap the Date, Aircraft ID, Aircraft Type, Departure (from Previous
Destination), Hobbs Out (from Previous Hobbs In), Tach Out (from
Previous Tach In), or Fuel Out (from Previous Fuel In/Remaining and
Fuel Added) field.
4) Tap the switch ON/OFF to enable/disable.
Tap to
Carryover
From Last
Entry
Carryover from Last Entry
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AUTOMATIC FLIGHT LOG SETUP
NOTE: The terrain download is recommended for optimum performance of
Automatic Flight Logging.
When Automatic Flight Log is enabled, Garmin Pilot detects takeoff and landing to
automatically create a flight log entry. The settings below allow the pilot to configure
the behavior of the flight log function.
Enabling automatic flight log entries:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Scroll down to the Automatic Flight Log Setup fields.
4) Tap the Enable Auto Flight Logging switch to ON.
5) If desired, adjust any other Automatic Flight Log Setup fields.
• Automatically Generate
Allows Garmin Pilot to automatically generate flight logs.
Logbook Entries
• Flight Track Logging
Garmin Pilot will monitor location information to ensure the
complete flight is logged, but may impact battery life.
• Stream Flight Data Log In-
Allows real-time flight data synchronization with various Garmin
Connext devices.
• Collect Flight Data Logs for
Harvests previous flight data from various Garmin Connext
devices.
Flight via Connext
Previous Flights via Connext
• Flying Speed Threshold
• Flying Altitude (AGL)
Threshold
• Vertical Speed Threshold
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Automatically added to the total duration to account for taxi
time on the ground. Defaults to zero.
• Taxi Time Added
• Merge Legs Into Single Entry
• Max Time Between Legs To
Merge
• Include Seaplane Bases
• Include Heliports
• Manually Accept Automatic
Flightlogs
These parameters control if two flights will be automatically
merged into one logbook entry.
Enable these options if operating out of a seaplane base or
heliport.
When enabled, the user must manually review and accept all
auto-generated flight log entries.
Automatic Flight Log Setup Fields
Toggle as
Desired
Tap to Enter
Data
Automatic Flight Log Setup
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MANAGING AIRCRAFT TYPES
Configuring aircraft type fields:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Tap Manage Aircraft Types.
4) Tap Configure Fields.
5) Tap
and drag to arrange the fields in the desired order.
6) Tap the switch ON/OFF to display the desired fields.
7) Tap Done.
Tap to
Configure
Aircraft
Type Fields
Tap to View
Aircraft Type
Tap to
Customize
Aircraft Info
Viewing an Aircraft Type
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Viewing an aircraft type:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Tap Manage Aircraft Types.
4) Tap the desired aircraft type to view the fields.
Tap to Select
Aircraft
Tap to
Configure
Aircraft Type
Adding / Modifying Aircraft Types
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Adding an aircraft type:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Tap Manage Aircraft Types.
4) Tap Add Aircraft Type. Garmin Pilot will create a new aircraft type entry.
5) Tap the desired Aircraft Type entry field(s) to add an entry.
Modifying an aircraft type:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Tap Manage Aircraft Types.
4) Tap the desired Aircraft Type to modify.
5)
Tap the desired Aircraft Type entry field(s) to modify.
Copying an aircraft type:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Tap Manage Aircraft Types.
4) Tap the desired aircraft type to copy.
5)
Scroll to the bottom of the entry and tap Clone Type.
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Deleting an aircraft type:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Settings.
3) Tap Manage Aircraft Types.
4) Tap the desired aircraft type to delete.
5) Scroll to the bottom of the entry and tap Delete Type.
Tap to Copy
Aircraft Type
Tap to Delete
Aircraft Type
Deleting / Copying Aircraft Types
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FLIGHT DATA LOG VISUALIZATION (EIS)
Garmin Pilot displays real-time engine information in-flight, including cylinder head
temperatures (CHT) and exhaust gas temperatures (EGT), when paired with an EIScapable TXi flight display or the G1000 NXi integrated flight deck and the Flight
Stream 510.
Upon landing, the flight data log is wirelessly uploaded to the flyGarmin website
and is securely stored. The data log is incorporated into the logbook entry for post
flight analysis using either Garmin Pilot or flyGarmin. User-configurable, detailed
graphs assists pilots in understanding engine performance and trend data to help
identify potential maintenance-related issues.
In addition, pilots may set exceedance alerts for every phase of flight on the
flyGarmin website as well as Garmin Pilot. If any limits were exceeded during a
particular flight, pilots will receive an email notification upon landing and connecting
to the internet on the Garmin Pilot equipped device.
Viewing engine data in flight:
1) From any page, tap Home > EIS.
2) Tap EIS when in split screen mode from the Map or SynVis page.
Viewing engine data post-flight:
1) From any page, tap Home > Logbook.
2) Tap Entries.
3) Tap Show Engine Data from the desired logbook entry.
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DOCUMENTS
DOCUMENTS
Garmin Pilot includes a document viewer making it easy for pilots to access,
organize and annotate electronic documents required for flying.
For users with a Garmin Pilot Standard license, the document viewer contains a
catalog of FAA Documents, chart legends and more. The catalog also provides access
to Garmin aviation manuals, such as pilot and cockpit reference guides. Simply
browse the catalog and select a document to download to the device for offline
use. Pilots may search, annotate, bookmark, and share electronic documents for easy
recall within Garmin Pilot. Documents saved in folders will be automatically updated
when a new version becomes available when the user toggles the Auto Download
switch in Settings.
In addition, the premium version of Garmin Pilot will allow users to access thirdparty cloud storage providers, including Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud, to add
documents in PDF, JPG, or PNG formats.
NOTE: Documents on third-party cloud storage providers must be within the
'Garmin Pilot' folder, which will be automatically created when you log into
that provider in order to be accessible from within Garmin Pilot.
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Accessing Document Viewer:
1) From any page, tap Home > Documents.
Or:
2) From the Map or SynVis page, tap Split Screen > Widgets > Documents
3) Tap the desired folder.
4) Tap the desired document in order to open the file.
Tap to
Return to
Documents
Page
Tap to Display
Sorting Options
Tap to View
Bookmarks
File Added
Successfully
File Name
Tap to Display
File Info Window
Document Viewer - File - Library
Adding a document to Document Viewer:
1) From any page, tap Home > Documents.
2) Tap the desired folder in which you would like to place the file, or select
Add Folder to create a new folder to contain the document.
3) Choose Catalog to browse FAA documents and Garmin manuals or
Provider (e.g. Google Drive) to access your third-party storage account.
4) Tap the document to add the desired document to the folder.
Adding a Bookmark to Document Viewer:
1) From any page, tap Home > Documents.
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Or:
2)
From the Map or SynVis page, tap Split Screen > Widgets > Documents
3)
Tap the Documents or user named Folder to view Files.
4)
Tap the desired file, then tap .
Tap to Tap to Tap to
Share Annotate Search
Tap to Return
to Documents
Page
Tap to View
Bookmarks
Tap to
Bookmark
Document Viewer - File - Selection Bar
Sorting Files in Document Viewer:
1) From any page, tap Home > Documents.
Or:
2) From the Map or SynVis page, tap Split Screen > Widgets > Documents
3) Tap the Documents or user named Folder to view Files.
4)
Tap
5)
Select desired sorting method.
to display Sorting options.
Select
Desired
Sorting
Method
Document Viewer - File - Sorting
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NOTE: Documents deleted from third-party cloud storage providers will also
be deleted from its stored folder within Garmin Pilot.
Linking a third-party storage account to Document Viewer:
1) From any page, tap Home > Documents.
2) Tap Add Provider > Sign In to login with your third-party storage account
credentials.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Select Documents on the left, the select Sign In to login with your thirdparty account credentials.
Document Viewer
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WEIGHT AND BALANCE
WEIGHT AND BALANCE FOR AIRPLANES
Weight and balance is calculated within Garmin Pilot to determine if the airplane
is properly loaded within CG limits. Garmin Pilot syncs the current flight plan to
incorporate initial fuel and winds aloft data into the weight and balance calculations.
Aircraft performance data may be imported from Garmin's aircraft library or manually
entered from the aircraft's Pilot Operating Handbook (POH), into Garmin Pilot.
Garmin Pilot will display a:
• Green circle with a check mark to denote the aircraft is properly loaded.
• Yellow circle with a exclamation point to indicate the aircraft is out of CG limits
and a message identifying the problem to be resolved.
Accessing Weight and Balance:
1) From any page, tap Home > W&B.
2) Tap to manually enter specific weight and balance data from the aircraft's
Pilot Operating Handbook (POH) or import the data from Garmin's Aircraft
Library.
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Tap to Clear
Tap to Store
Configuration
CG Envelope
Status
Tap to Sync
With FPL
Tap to View
Fuel Reserve
Options
CG Movement
For FPL
Tap to Add
Pilot &
Passengers
Tap to Adjust
Chart
Tap to View
Details
Tap to Add
Baggage
Tap to Add
Cargo
Slide to Adjust
Usable Fuel
Weight and Balance - Airplane
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WEIGHT AND BALANCE FOR HELICOPTERS
Rotary-wing pilots can calculate weight and balance calculations for helicopters
within Garmin Pilot to determine if the helicopter is properly loaded within CG limits.
Garmin Pilot syncs the current flight plan to incorporate initial fuel and winds aloft
data into the weight and balance calculations. Helicopter performance data may be
imported from Garmin's aircraft library or manually entered from the Helicopter Flight
Manual into Garmin Pilot.
Garmin Pilot will display a:
• Green circle with a check mark to denote the helicopter is properly loaded.
• Yellow circle with exclamation point to indicate the helicopter is out of CG limits
and a message identifying the problem to be resolved.
Accessing Weight and Balance:
1) From any page, tap Home > W&B.
2) Tap to manually enter longitudinal, lateral and 2-D station, and equipment
positioning data from the helicopter's flight manual or import data from
Garmin's aircraft library.
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CG
Envelope
CG Movement
For FPL
Tap to Adjust
Chart
Tap to Adjust
Axis
Weight and Balance - Helicopter
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CHECKLISTS
Specific aircraft electronic checklists can be viewed in Garmin Pilot to ensure proper
flight procedures. Checklists display the item with the preferred state or outcome,
along with a green checkmark to confirm the step has been completed. Checklists are
fully customizable to meet the pilot's preferences.
Viewing an aircraft checklist:
1) From any page, tap Home > Checklists.
2) Tap the desired aircraft model from the Garmin library under Checklist
Binders or add a new checklist binder by manually entering the information
from the aircraft's Pilot Operating Handbook (POH), into Gamin Pilot or
flyGarmin.
3) Tap the desired procedure.
4) Tap the appropriate step to indicate that is has been completed. A green
checkmark will indicate the step has been completed.
5) Tap the Clear button to clear all of the completed checklist items in the
selected checklist category.
6)
Tap the Clear All button to clear all of the completed checklist items.
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Current Aircraft
Binder
Tap to Clear
Current Checklist
Tap to Edit
Tap Checklist
Category
Tap Checklist
Type
Tap to Check
Item Complete
or Incomplete
Tap to Clear
All Checklists
Electronic Checklist
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CUSTOMIZE THE ORDER OF CHECKLIST BINDERS
Pilots who operate multiple aircraft types are able to customize the order of their
checklist binders.
Arranging the order of checklist binders:
1) From any page, tap Home > Checklists.
2) Tap Edit.
3) Tap
and drag to arrange the fields in the desired order.
4) Tap Done.
Tap to Remove
Checklist
Tap & Drag to Arrange
Tap to Add Binder
Sorting Checklist Binders Order
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DOWNLOADS
NOTE: If charts are not downloaded to the device they will not be available
for viewing without a data connection. Download all applicable charts for
your planned flight including alternates.
NOTE: Chart files can be very large and may take some time to download. It
is recommended that downloads be done over Wi-Fi. Additional charges may
apply for downloads done over a cellular network. Ensure adequate space is
available on the device for all applicable charts to download.
NOTE: With the availability of electronic charts in Garmin Pilot, it is still
advisable to carry another source of charts on board the aircraft.
Key points to remember about downloads:
• On-demand content may be downloaded anytime the app is running and the
unit is receiving Wi-Fi or Cell service.
• On-demand content may not work in the air when data coverage is weak or
unavailable.
• Charts and navigation data should be downloaded or updated prior to flight. This
ensures that charts and navigation data will be available even when out of data
coverage.
• The onboard weather and aviation databases (NOTAMs, TFRs, PIREPs, Winds,
METARs, TAFs, and AIR/SIGMETs) are automatically updated when the app is
running and the unit is within data coverage.
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The Downloads Menu is divided into six sections. The Navigation & Basemaps
section allows for downloading Navigation Data, OpenStreetMap, and Enhanced Map
Data. The Terrain & Obstacles sections allows for downloading Obstacle Databases
and Terrain Databases. The Airport Information section allows for downloading Airport
Info, Runway Diagrams, Airport/Facility Directory (A/FD), Canada Flight Supplement
(CFS) information, and Aeronautical Information Publications (AIP) for Europe. The
VFR/IFR ENROUTE CHARTS section allows for downloading VFR Aeronautical Charts,
VFR Helicopter Charts, and IFR Low and High Altitude Charts. TAXI DIAGRAMS
(GEO-REFERENCED) section allows for downloading SafeTaxi Airport Diagrams. The
Terminal Procedures & Airport Diagrams section allows downloading FliteCharts for
Instrument Procedures.
The Downloads Menu is divided into two columns. The Left column shows items
available for download as indicated by the blue down arrows ( ) or blue text. The
right column is the Download Queue which shows the download status and a list of
queued downloads. The available space on the host device is shown at the bottom of
the Downloads Page. If the device does not have enough free space to support the
queued downloads, the app will generate a pop up notification.
The submenus for VFR Aeronautical Charts, and IFR Low and High Altitude Charts
display the Chart Selection Screen, which is a map showing the charts areas as blue
outlines, or in some cases a blue arrow next to the chart name will indicate available
for download. To select all available charts tap Select All in the lower left corner
or tap the area outlined in a differenct color for the desired chart(s). After selecting
the chart(s) to be downloaded tap Download in the upper right corner. Terminal
Procedure charts can be viewed and downloaded from the Airport Info Page, under
the Procedures tab as well.
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Download
Button
Data Selection
Chart is
Onboard &
Up-to-date
Chart is Ready
For Download
Deselect Button
Select Button
Database Info
Delete Button
Chart Selection Screen
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Download Item Quantity & Time Remaining
Download
Size &
Status
Regions
Filter
Download
All Button
Update All
Button
Cancel
Download
Pause
Download
Download
Progress &
Cylce Number
Update
Status
Tap to Expand
Submenu
Device
Capacity Info
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A lock icon indicates that an appropriate subscription is required before
downloading.
Successful Download
Subscription Needed
Successful Download
Download Locked
DOWNLOADING JEPPESEN CHARTS
Jeppesen charts and procedures are available in Garmin Pilot when the app
is configured with an active Jeppesen subscription. When Jeppesen charts are
downloaded onto the tablet, the Downloads page displays either Garmin-published
downloads or Jeppesen downloads. If the Downloads page is not showing the desired
set of downloads, tap the 'Back' button in the upper left to choose the other set.
Downloading Navigation Data, Enhanced Basemap, Airport Info,
Obstacle, Terrain or SafeTaxi:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2) If prompted, choose either Garmin Pilot Downloads or Jeppesen Charts
Downloads.
3) If necessary, tap Regions and enable the desired regions in the list.
4) If necessary, tap the and select the desired region.
5)
Tap
to begin downloading the desired information.
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Downloading Current Airport/Facility Directory:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2)
If prompted, choose either Garmin Pilot Downloads or Jeppesen Charts
Downloads.
3)
Tap the 'U.S. Chart Supplement (A/FD) or Airport Documents'
display the submenu.
4)
Tap
for the Region to download. The download will begin
immediately as shown in the Download Queue.
to
Downloading Next Cycle Airport/Facility Directory:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2)
If prompted, choose either Garmin Pilot Downloads or Jeppesen Charts
Downloads.
3)
Tap 'U.S. Chart Supplement (A/FD) or Airport Documents'
the submenu.
4)
Tap
to display
for the Region and tap the desired cycle from the popup menu.
Downloading Aeronautical, IFR Low Altitude, or IFR High Altitude
Charts:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2)
If prompted, choose either Garmin Pilot Downloads or Jeppesen Charts
Downloads.
3)
If necessary, tap Regions and enable the desired regions in the list.
4)
Tap
5)
If necessary, tap
6)
Tap
7)
If applicable, tap Next: Starts... to view the charts available for the next
update cycle.
8)
Tap the desired area on the Chart Selection Screen for the desired chart(s).
next to the desired chart to display the submenu.
next to the desired country.
next to the desired region.
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9)
Tap Download to download the selected chart(s). The download will begin
immediately as shown in the Download Queue.
Or:
Tap Select All > Download, to download all available charts.
Downloading Current Instrument Procedures:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2)
If prompted, choose either Garmin Pilot Downloads or Jeppesen Charts
Downloads.
3)
If necessary, tap Regions and enable the desired regions in the list.
4)
Tap the
5)
Tap
for the Region or State to download. The download will begin
immediately as shown in the Download Queue.
next to the desired FliteCharts to display the submenu.
Downloading Next Cycle Instrument Procedures:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2)
If prompted, choose either Garmin Pilot Downloads or Jeppesen Charts
Downloads.
3)
If necessary, tap Regions and enable the desired regions in the list.
4)
Tap the
5)
Tap
next to the desired FliteCharts to display the submenu.
for the Region and tap the desired cycle from the popup menu.
Refreshing the Downloads Page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2)
If prompted, choose either Garmin Pilot Downloads or Jeppesen Charts
Downloads.
3)
Tap the left side of the page and drag down.
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Downloading U.S. VFR Helicopter Charts:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2)
If prompted, choose either Garmin Pilot Downloads or Jeppesen Charts
Downloads.
3)
If necessary, tap Regions and enable the desired regions in the list.
4)
Tap 'VFR - Helicopter Charts'
5)
Tap 'U.S. VFR - Helicopter Charts'
to display the submenu.
to display the submenu.
Or:
Tap 'Gulf VFR - Helicopter Charts'
6)
to display the submenu.
Tap
next to the desired map. The download will begin immediately as
shown in the Download Queue.
CHART UPDATES
NOTE: Electronic Charts are updated frequently. Always ensure the charts
saved to the device are up-to-date prior to each flight. With the availability of
electronic charts, it is still advisable to carry another source of charts onboard
the aircraft.
Garmin Pilot makes it easy to ensure that charts are always up-to-date by displaying
the number of available updates in a banner on the Garmin Pilot App Icon as well as
on the Downloads Button. Also when updates are available the Update All button
becomes active. If no updates are available, Update All is subdued, indicating that
no updates are available.
Charts that have been downloaded to the device are always available for viewing
even after their expiration date, but are replaced with current charts when an update
is downloaded.
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Selecting Auto-Download for Jeppesen Updates:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > Downloads.
2)
Tap the Auto-Download Jeppesen Updates button.
Updates Available
Updates Available
Updating Aeronautical, IFR Low, or IFR High Altitude Charts:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2) If necessary, tap Regions and enable the desired regions in the list.
3) Tap the next to the desired chart to display the submenu.
4) If necessary, tap the next to the desired country.
a) Tap Update All to update all available charts.
b) Tap Update.
Or:
a) Tap the next to the desired region.
b) Tap the expired chart(s) shown in red.
c) Tap Download.
Updating Instrument Procedures:
1) From any page, tap Home > Downloads.
2) If necessary, tap Regions and enable the desired regions in the list.
3) Tap the next to the desired FliteCharts to display the submenu.
4) Tap
for the Region or State to update.
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Or:
Tap Update All >Update.
IRIDIUM DATALINK
Garmin Pilot can connect to the Iridium satellite network in aircraft equipped with
a Flight Stream 510, GTN 6xx/7xx series navigator and a GSR 56 satellite radio.
Garmin Pilot
on iPad
Garmin
SD card
GTN 600/700
Series Navigator
GSR 56
Satellite Radio
Iridium Datalink Connection Equipment
Once connected, Garmin Pilot has access to Iridium phone services and SMS text
messaging. In addition, if the GTN navigator is connected to the cockpit audio panel,
Garmin Pilot can be used to make and receive phone calls over the intercom.
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Calls & Messages Connext Page
Garmin Pilot can both dial phone numbers directly, and can use the phone numbers
and e-mail addresses in the iOS Contacts app. Dialed phone calls are made from the
Connext page and call audio is routed through the GTN navigator, and then to the
audio panel connected to the GTN.
Making a Phone Call:
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext > Calls & Messages.
2)
Tap any green phone icon
3)
Enter the phone number to call.
4)
Tap the green send icon
5)
To disconnect when the conversation is done, tap the green phone icon
.
6)
Tap End Call.
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Tap for Dialer
Tap to Start
Voice Call
Calls & Messages - Outgoing Call
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Answering a Phone Call:
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Connext > Calls & Messages.
2)
Tap a blue ringing phone icon
3)
Tap Answer to receive the call.
.
Or: Tap Ignore to decline the call.
4)
To disconnect when the conversation is done, tap the green phone icon
.
5)
Tap End Call.
Calls & Messages - Incoming Call
Additionally, active Iridium connections add a Calls and Messages Quick Access
Icon to the title bar. This icon shows when calls are ringing or active from any Garmin
Pilot page. Tapping the Quick Access Icon provides options to answer, ignore, and
hang up calls.
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Iridium Quick Access Icon
Iridium Phone Access From Map Page
Iridium Connected
Incoming Phone Call
Active Phone Call
The majority of call and messages options are available from the Calls & Messages
page. From any page, tap Home > Calls & Messages. The Calls & Messages page
shows Recent, Contacts, and Calls tabs.
The Recents tab shows a log of recent contacts on the left hand side, sorted by time
with the most recent on top. This list shows only contacts that have communicated
through Garmin Pilot. Tapping one of these entries will display, on the right hand side
of the page, the communications for that contact.
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Message List
Recent Contacts
Recents Tab
Calls & Messages - Recents Tab
Tap to Send
The Contacts tab shows the full list of contacts on the left hand side, sorted
alphabetically. This list is pulled from the iOS Contacts app common to every iOS
device. Tapping one of these entries will display the communications for that contact
on the right hand side of the page. Tap on the Message text field to send a new
message.
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Sending a Text Message:
1)
From any screen, tap Home > Calls & Messages.
2)
Tap the Contacts button.
3)
Select a contact from the list to send a text message to.
4)
Tap the Message text field and enter desired message.
5)
Tap Send.
Message List
Full Contact List
Contacts Tab
Message Text Field
Calls & Messages - Contacts Tab
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Adding or Editing a Contact:
1) From the iPad home screen, tap
2) Tap the plus button .
.
Or: Tap Edit to edit an existing contact.
3)
Enter any relevant contact information. Iridium calling requires a working
phone number, and Iridium messaging requires a phone number that can
receive SMS messages.
4)
Tap Done.
5)
Return to the Garmin Pilot app and tap Home > Calls & Messages.
Add New Contact
Contacts List
iOS Contacts App
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The Calls tab shows a log of incoming and outgoing phone calls, sorted by time.
Recent
Call Log
Message List
Calls Tab
Calls & Messages - Calls Tab
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Garmin Pilot's powerful capabilities start with pre-flight planning, providing pilots
with the most comprehensive aviation weather information to make better-informed
flight decisions. Pilots can check the following:
• Weather
• Visible and Infrared
Cloud Imagery
• Radar
• METARs
• TAFs
• AIRMETs
• SIGMETs
• PIREPs
• NOTAMs
• Winds and Temperatures
Aloft
• TFRs
• Lightning Data
• Storm Cells
• Echo Tops
• Icing
• Graphical Turbulence
With Garmin Pilot, weather data can be overlaid on VFR Aeronautical Charts, IFR
low altitude en route charts, IFR high altitude en route charts, Roads/Borders, or
OpenStreetMap basemaps to visualize the weather for your route. Add text-based
weather widgets and use the exclusive NavTrack feature to view weather information
along the planned route.
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FASTFIND PREDICTIVE WAYPOINT ENTRY
When entering a waypoint into the flight plan, FastFind Predictive Waypoint Entry
populates airport identifiers and navigation aids nearest your location or previous
point in the flight plan.
Begin Typing
Waypoint
Tap Desired
Waypoint
From
FastFind List
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FLIGHT PLAN
Flight plans can be created, bookmarked (stored), shared, and reversed from
the Flight Plan page. From the Flight Plan page, flight plans can be created by the
following:
• Tap within the Enter Waypoint field and use the keyboard to add waypoint
identifiers separated by spaces.
• Tap the
Add Waypoint button in the flight plan list and use the map to
graphically create a flight plan, the keypad to enter the waypoint identifier.
• Tap the desired FastFind waypoint above the keypad, or tap the Freehand™
button on the map preview screen on the Flight Plan page.
• Select Trip Planning from the Home Menu and tap Menu > Activate to load the
desired flight plan into the Flight Plan page.
Creating a Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap within the Enter Waypoint field to activate the cursor.
3) Use the keyboard to insert waypoints. Separate each waypoint with a
space.
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Route Field
Flight Plan
Waypoint List
Actions
Menu
Flight Plan
Summary
Map Pane
Flight
Plan Leg
Map Pane
Controls
Flight Plan Page
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Or: Enter Lat/Lon information in one of the following formats:
Lat/Lon
####N/#####W
N####/W#####
####/-#####
##.#N/##.#W
Lat/Lon
N##.#/W##.#
##.#/-##.#
##.#N/0##.#W
##.#/-0##.#
N##.#/W0##.#
Spaces are not allowed, slash (/) or (,) is required. Any Latitude format can
be combined with any longitude format in the same string.
Lat/Lon Formats
Or: Enter Radial/Distance waypoint in one of the following formats:
Radial/Distance
Descriptions
MSP/190/035 or MSP/190/35
Identifier/Radial/Distance
MSP190035
IdentifierRadialDistance
Spaces are not allowed, when slashes (/) are used the leading zero can be
left off the radial and/or distance.
Radial/Distance Formats
Or: Enter a waypoint at the intersection of two VOR radials in the following
format:
VOR/Radial
Descriptions
OKB100MZB020
VORRadialVORRadial
Radial Intercept Waypoint
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Or:
1)
Tap
Add Waypoint Button.
2)
Use the keyboard to input the waypoint identifier and tap the return key.
Or:
Use the keyboard to begin entering the waypoint identifier and tap the
desired waypoint from the FastFind List.
3)
Tap the
Add Waypoint Button to add additional waypoints.
Or:
1)
Use one of the above methods to enter a departure point.
2)
In the Map View area tap on any location or flight plan leg, to display the
rubber-band, drag the rubber-band to the desired map location.
3)
Once the rubber-band is on or near the desired location release the
rubber-band. A list of nearby waypoints is displayed.
4)
Select the desired waypoint from the list. Or create a User Waypoint, add
latitude/longitude coordinates, or insert a Search and Rescue pattern.
5)
Repeat steps 2-4 to add additional waypoints.
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FREEHAND™
Freehand™ automatically creates flight plans, including airports, VORs, and
intersections, as drawn on the map pane. Freehand™ also allows for quick and easy
flight planning around hazards such as weather, airspaces, and more.
Adding a Freehand™ route on the Map page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap anywhere on the map to reveal the Radial Menu.
3)
Tap
4)
Tap the Freehand™ button.
5)
Long press on initial starting point and draw the desired route on the map.
icon from the Radial Menu.
Adding a Freehand™ route on the Flight Plan page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2)
Tap the Freehand™ button.
3)
Long press on initial starting point and draw the desired route on the map.
Modifying an exsisting flight plan route with Freehand:
1)
Select Freehand™ to draw the desired route.
2)
Long press on the exsisting route line and draw the desired route on the
map.
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Graphical
FPL Editing
Mode Active
Tap to Save
Freehand Tool
Selected
Waypoints
Added Via
Freehand
Freehand™
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ADVANCED AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE
Garmin Pilot incorporates cruise, climb, and descent performance tables to increase
the accuracy of Estimated Time Enroute (ETE) and fuel burn calculations.
Configuring and Viewing Advanced Aircraft Performance data:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2)
Tap Add Aircraft and select the aircraft model data from the Garmin library
or manually enter the information from the aircraft's Pilot Operating Handbook
(POH) into Gamin Pilot or flyGarmin.
3) Tap Altitude in the flight plan summary page to determine the best flight
altitude based upon fuel consumption and winds.
ACTIONS MENU
The Flight Plan Page contains a waypoint-sensitive Actions Menu. The waypoint
sensitive Actions Menu provides waypoint-sensitive actions, for example if the
selected waypoint is the departure airport, the Actions Menu will include an Add/
Remove Departure action item. If the selected point is the final destination airport,
the Actions Menu will include an Add/Remove Arrival action item. Or, if the selected
waypoint is a valid Airway entry point, the Actions Menu will include a Load Airway
action item. The Actions Menu also has Action Items for adding, removing, changing
flight plan waypoints, insert a SAR pattern, Activate Leg, select runway, or go Direct
To a selected point.
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Active Route
Planned
Waypoints
Tap to View
Altitudes &
Winds Aloft
Highest Point
Along Route
Tap to
Change
Direction
of Flight
Tap to Select
Desired
Altitude
Tap to
Change
Type of
Flight Plan
Advance Aircraft Performance (Select Altitude)
DUPLICATE WAYPOINTS
In the event of duplicate waypoint identifiers, the Select Which... option is
available from the Actions Menu. The Select Which... List is displayed automatically
when Auto-Resolve Waypoints With Duplicate Identifiers is disabled in 'General'
Settings.
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Tap to
Display List
of Duplicate
Waypoints
Actions Menu (Select Which...)
Select Which... List
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Action
Insert Before
Insert After
Select Which...
Remove Waypoint
Edit Waypoint
Direct To
Add Departure
Clear Flight Plan
Expand
Change Departure
Remove Departure
Collapse
Load Airway
Remove Airway
Select Airway Entry
Select Airway Exit
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Adds a new line item above the selected waypoint. Places the cursor in the empty
line and opens the keyboard for waypoint identifier entry.
Adds a new line item below the selected waypoint. Places the cursor in the empty
line and opens the keyboard for waypoint identifier entry.
Displays a list of waypoints with duplicate identifiers. This action is displayed
automatically when Auto-Resolve Waypoints With Duplicate Identifiers is disabled
in 'General' Settings.
Removes selected waypoint from the Active Flight Plan.
Places the cursor in the selected Flight Plan waypoint. Using the keyboard change
the waypoint identifier as desired.
Opens the Direct To... dialog box.
Opens the Departure submenu, listing available Departures. Select the desired
Departure to open the submenu of available transitions.
Removes all Flight Plan waypoints.
Expands Departure, Arrival, or Airways.
Only available when the selected item is a Departure or the Departure point.
Allows the Departure and/or Departure transition to be changed.
Only available when the selected item is a Departure or the Departure point.
Removes Departure from Active Flight Plan.
Collapses Departure, Arrival, or Airways.
Only available if the selected item is valid airway entry point. Opens submenu of
available Airways. Once an Airway is selected the Select Exit submenu displays a
list of available exit waypoints that can be ordered by distance or alphabetically.
Removes Airway and all associated waypoints.
Opens the Select Entry submenu with a list of entry points. The submenu can be
ordered by distance or alphabetically.
Opens the Select Exit submenu with a list of Airway exit points. The submenu can
be ordered by distance or alphabetically.
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Action
Description
Opens the Edit STAR submenu with a list of available STARs. Select the desired
Change Arrival
STAR to open the submenu of available transitions.
Removes STAR and all associated waypoints.
Remove Arrival
Opens the STAR submenu, listing available STARs. Select the desired STAR to open
Add Arrival
the submenu of available transitions.
Opens the Runway submenu. Select the desired Runway.
Select Runway
Activates the selected leg for navigation.
Activate Leg
Opens the Airport Info page for selected airport.
Airport Info
Search and Rescue (SAR) Opens the Insert SAR submenu.
Action Menu Options
Adding a Departure to a Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap the departure point in the Flight Plan to open the Actions Menu.
Or: Use the keyboard to enter runway, departure and transition in the
following format: RW##.XXXXX(departure name).XXXXX(transition
waypoint).
3) From the Actions Menu, tap Add Departure.
4) Tap the desired Departure.
5) Tap the desired transition. The Departure, transition and associated
waypoints are added to the flight plan.
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Adding an Arrival to a Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap the destination in the Flight Plan to open the Actions Menu.
Or: Use the keyboard to enter transition, arrival name and runway in the
following format: XXXXX(transition waypoint).XXXXX(arrival name).RW##.
3) From the Actions Menu, tap Add Arrival.
4) Tap the desired Arrival.
5) Tap the desired transition. The Arrival, transition, and associated waypoints
are added to the flight plan as a single entry that can be expanded to view
all waypoints. Once an Arrival has been added to a flight plan, no more
waypoints can be added.
Adding an Airway to a Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap a waypoint in the Flight Plan to open the Actions Menu.
3) If the waypoint is a valid Airway entry point, tap Load Airway in the
Actions Menu. Only valid Airway entry points will have the Load Airway
action in the Actions Menu.
4) Tap the desired Airway.
5) Tap the desired Airway exit point from the list. All Airway waypoints from
selected entry point to selected exit point will be added to the flight plan
list as one entry that can be expanded to show all waypoints.
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Expanding/collapsing Departures, Arrivals, or Airways in the Flight
Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap
to expand.
3) Tap
to collapse any of the expanded fields.
Storing a Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap
, then Add to store the Flight Plan. The Flight Plan and all
associated waypoints including waypoints associated with Departures,
Arrivals and Airways are saved.
Renaming a Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan >
.
2) From the Stored Flight Plan list, tap Edit.
3) Tap any Flight Plan in the list.
4) Use text entry to give the flight plan a familiar name, or edit the existing
name.
5) Tap Save.
Or:
6) Swipe left on a stored flight plan in the list and choose the Rename
button.
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Deleting Stored Flight Plans:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan >
.
2) From the Stored Flight Plan list, tap Edit.
3) Tap
> Delete or swipe left and tap Delete to delete the selected
Flight Plan.
NOTE: Pilot, aircraft, and flight plan information is not synced in demo mode.
The information is stored on the device until an account is created and a
subscription is purchased.
Reversing the Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap Menu > Invert Flight Plan.
NOTE: When a Flight Plan is reversed, Departures or Arrival procedures
associated with the original Flight Plan are removed. If a Departure/Arrival is
desired in the reversed Flight Plan, they will need to be added as described
above. Airways are copied and reversed.
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PLANNED/ACTUAL FLIGHT PLAN SUMMARY
The Flight Plan Summary is located below the flight plan on the Flight Plan Page.
Tap the Summary Field to switch between Actual and Planned. Tap the Aircraft,
Cruise Airspeed, Altitude, Initial Fuel, Fuel Burn Rate, Cruise Burn Rate, or
Departure Time fields to edit them. Tap Create Trip to access the Trip Planning Page.
Tap Highest Point to view information about the highest point along the flight plan.
Expanding/collapsing the Flight Plan Summary:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap
to expand the Flight Plan Summary information panel.
3) Tap
to collapse any of the expanded fields.
Tap to
Collapse
Summary
Tap to View
Highest Point
Tap to Access
Trip Planning
Page
Tap to
Change From
Planned to
Actual
Tap to Edit
Data Fields
Flight Plan Summary
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HIGHEST POINT ALONG ROUTE
In support of Helicopter Emergency Management Services (HEMS), Garmin Pilot
identifies the highest obstacle along the planned route of flight.
Tap to Display
Settings
Tap to Display
Highest Point
Window
Highest Point
Slide to Set
Corridor Width
Tap to Select
Aircraft Category
Tap to Display
on Map
Highest Point Settings
Viewing the Highest Point Along the Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) If necessary, tap
to expand the Flight Plan Summary information.
3) Tap Highest Point.
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Setting the Corridor Width for the Highest Point Along the Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) If necessary, tap
to expand the Flight Plan Summary information.
3) Tap Highest Point.
4) Tap and drag the desired width.
Viewing the Highest Point Along the Flight Plan on the map:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) If necessary, tap
to expand the Flight Plan Summary information.
3) Tap Highest Point.
4) Scroll down if necessary.
5) Tap Show on Map/Profile switch.
Setting the aircraft category for the Highest Point Along the
Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) If necessary, tap
to expand the Flight Plan Summary information.
3) Tap Highest Point.
4) Scroll down if necessary.
5) Tap Airplane or Rotorcraft in the 'Category' field.
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Hazard Colors
Changing the aircraft category as described above will change the color of terrain
and obstacle hazard icons on the map.
Aircraft (Terrain and Obstacles)
• Red: Terrain/obstacle is above or within 100 ft below the aircraft altitude.
• Yellow: Terrain/obstacle is between 100 ft and 1000 ft below the aircraft altitude.
Helicopter (Terrain)
• Red: Terrain is more than 250 ft above the aircraft altitude.
• Orange: Terrain is between 250 ft and 0 ft above the aircraft altitude.
• Yellow: Terrain is between 0 ft and 250 ft below the aircraft altitude.
Helicopter (Obstacles)
• Red: Obstacle is at or above current aircraft altitude.
• Yellow: Obstacle is between 0 ft and 250 ft below current aircraft altitude.
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GARMIN PILOT WATCH FLIGHT PLAN SHARING
Garmin Pilot can share Flight Plans with any Garmin Pilot Watch via a Bluetooth®
connection. When the Garmin Pilot Watch is in 'Share Mode' it will automatically pair
with your iOS device.
MARQ Aviator Pilot Watch
NOTE: Any Garmin Pilot Watch route sharing is only available with iOS
devices that support Bluetooth 4.0 + (i.e., iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5 and iPad 3
and newer).
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Sending Flight Plans to the Garmin Pilot Watch:
From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan > Menu > Share Flight Plan.
Ensure the Garmin Pilot Watch is in 'Share Mode' to receive flight plan
data.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the desired Watch Tab.
3) Tap Send next to the desired flight plan to send.
Tap to Transfer
Flight Plan
Connext Page (MARQ Aviator Pilot Watch)
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FLIGHT PLAN DATA COLUMNS
The Flight Plan Page includes two or four configurable data columns. Tap the
column header to view the column options.
Data Column Options:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Bearing To
Distance Leg (Dist Leg)
ETA
ETE To
Fuel Burned
Fuel Required
Magnetic Course (Mag Crs)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Distance Cumulative (Dist Cum)
Direct To Distance (Direct To Dist)
ETE Leg
Fuel Leg
Fuel Remaining (Fuel Rem)
True Course (True Crs)
Tap to
Change
Values
Data Fields
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SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR)
Pilots conducting Search and Rescue (SAR) missions, can automatically generate
flight plans for the following search and rescue patterns:
• Parallel Tracks
• Orbit
• Expanding Square
• Sector
• Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Grid
CAP Grid patterns can also be displayed on the map page or charts by selecting the
CAP Grid overlay from the map layer icon on the Map page.
Adding a search and rescue pattern flight plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap Menu.
3) Tap Add SAR Pattern.
Tap to Insert &
Modify SAR Grid
Tap Point of Reference
Search and Rescue - Add to Flight Plan
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Adding a search and rescue pattern to an existing flight plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap on a waypoint in the flight plan and select Insert SAR from the
'Actions' window.
3) Tap SAR Pattern and select the SAR Pattern Type.
4) Tap Initial Track and enter the heading.
5) Tap Initial Turn Direction and select 'Left' or 'Right'.
6) Tap Leg Length and set the desired distance.
7) Tap Track Spacing and select the distance between each search track.
8) Tap Leg Count and select the number of legs to be flown.
9) Tap Save to add the search pattern to the flight plan.
Search and rescue patterns may also be added to an existing route by selecting
Insert Search and Rescue when graphically editing a route.
Tap to Save
to Flight Plan
Tap to Exit
Tap to View
Pattern Options
Tap to Select
Pattern Type
Tap to Modify
Search and Rescue - Insert Options
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Adding a search and rescue pattern while graphically editing
flight plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan or Home > Map.
2) Tap anywhere along your flight plan.
3) Tap Insert Search and Rescue from the 'Add to Flight Plan' window.
4) Tap Initial Turn Direction and select 'Left' or 'Right'.
5) Tap Leg Length and set the desired distance.
6) Tap Track Spacing and select the distance between each search track.
7) Tap Leg Count and select the number of legs to be flown.
8)
Tap Save to add the search pattern to the flight plan.
SAR Waypoints &
Grid Pattern Loaded
to Flight Plan
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FLTPLAN.COM
Flight plans created with FltPlan.com are available in Garmin Pilot after linking
your FltPlan.com credentials within the app. Upcoming flights and those within the
last 48 hours are displayed in the Trip Planning tab.
Linking FltPlan.com with Garmin Pilot:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2)
Tap FltPlan.com on the left.
3)
Tap Sign In and enter your FltPlan.com credentials.
NOTE: Once you have linked your FltPlan.com account, the FltPlan.com icon
will appear on the Home Screen Main Menu.
FltPlan.com - Linked
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Accessing FltPlan.com within Garmin Pilot:
From any page, tap Home > FltPlan.com. Account information and the
ability to create/file flight plans is presented.
Viewing FltPlan.com settings within Garmin Pilot:
From any page, tap Home > Settings > FltPlan.com. Account information,
including Premium Services purchased via FltPlan.com (Optional), Pilot Profiles, Push
Notifications, etc., are accessible.
Premium
Services'
Status
Tap to
Display
Settings
Toggle
'ON' to
Enable Push
Notifications
FltPlan.com - Premium Services - Settings
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FLTPLAN.COM PREMIUM SERVICES (OPTIONAL)
Flight plans may be seamlessly synchronized between Garmin Pilot and FltPlan
.com with additional features. The Premium Services subscription allows pilots to view
Pre-Departure Clearances (PDC's) and, if necessary, the abilty to submit Electronic
Advance Passenger Information System (eAPIS) manifests.
PRE-DEPARTURE CLEARANCES (PDC'S)
NOTE: To receive your PDC by email or text message, you must file the flight
plan through FltPlan.com.
NOTE: The PDC service is not operational until the aircraft registration
number/call sign, are registered with the FAA via FltPlan.com.
NOTE: To view an updated list of airports where PDC's are available, please
visit FltPlan.com.
Accessing FltPlan.com Pre-Departure Clearances (PDC's):
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap desired flight plan.
3) Tap 'View PDC Details' if available for your route of flight.
4) Tap either 'Confirm & Activate Decoded Route' or 'Activate Original
Filed Route'.
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PDC For
Route of
Flight
Tap to Review
PDC Details
FltPlan.com - PDC
Tap to Load
Amended Route
Tap to Load
Original
Route
FltPlan.com - PDC Route Activation
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Or:
1)
From the Map Page tap
to display Split Screen.
2)
Tap the user selected icon next to the
3)
Tap
to view the Split Screen menu.
to view FltPlan.com information.
Tap Icon to Display
Split Screen Menu
Tap to View
FltPlan.com Info
Split Screen - FltPlan.com Selection
4)
Tap PDC's to view your Pre-Departure Clearance.
FltPlan.com offers PDC's for Jets and Turbo Props not equipped with a datalink box.
PDC's are text clearances issued for an IFR flight plan. PDC's include your filed route,
amendments to your route, cleared altitude, transponder code, departure frequency,
and any special instructions. A PDC is the same as receiving a verbal clearance from
Clearance Delivery. Approximately 20-30 minutes prior to the filed departure time,
ATC will generate the PDC and the PDC will be forwarded to FltPlan.com.
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Once received, the PDC will automatically be displayed on your Active Flight Plan
list. The PDC may also be distributed to the Pilot or Co-Pilot via email/text, as setup
in the User/Pilot Info section of your account.
EAPIS
With FltPlan.com's Premium Service subscription, Garmin Pilot allows users with
an Electronic Advance Passenger Information System (eAPIS) to enter and upload
passenger and crew manifests to Customs and Border Protection. For flights departing
from the United States to Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean, a message will appear
on the Trip Planning page in Garmin Pilot to notify users that a manifest is required.
Accessing FltPlan.com eAPIS:
1) From the Trip Planning page, select the desired flight plan.
2)
Tap eAPIS.
Tap to
View
eAPIS
Options
FltPlan.com - Trip Planning - eAPIS
3)
Tap Create/Modify Manifest.
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Tap to View
Saved Item
FltPlan.com - General Declaration & International Manifest
Tap to Create/
Modify Item
Enter the appropriate passenger and crew information as you would on
FltPlan.com.
5) Tap Submit to upload the information to Customs and Border Protection.
4)
FltPlan.com - General Declaration
Once the manifest has been successfully submitted, a confirmation message will
appear on the Trip Planning page.
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DOT COM (DCM) CALL SIGN
NOTE: DCM Call Signs are available for Jet & Turboprop FltPlan customers
only. To enroll in FltPlan's DCM Call Sign program, please call their Premium
Services office at 731-855-8000.
If you feel your flight schedule and history should remain private, you might want
to either block your tail number, or use one of FltPlan's DCM call signs. Blocking an
aircraft can be done at two different levels, the FAA and Aircraft Situation Display to
Industry (ASDI) Vendor level. If you require this type of privacy, but would still like to
track your plane, FltPlan can help you with a DCM call sign.
With a DCM call sign, you have the option to block your aircraft at the FAA level,
yet you can still track your own call sign. DCM call signs take effect immediately, you
can block/unblock your aircraft at will, and once assigned a call sign, you are known
as DOT COM.
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AIRPORT INFORMATION
Airport information is a downloadable product available free with your Garmin
Pilot subscription. Because Garmin Pilot will not automatically remove outdated
charts, it is important to always ensure the latest Data Cycle has been downloaded
prior to planning a flight. The cycle number and date range for every downloadable
product is displayed on the Downloads Page.
Finding airport information is easy with Garmin Pilot. The Home Button located at
the top of the map page and various other pages within Garmin Pilot contains the
Airport Info icon. Tapping the icon will present the Airport Information page with the
last-found airport shown.
The Airport Information Page is divided into three sections. The top of the page
under the control bar is called the summary window. The left margin below the
summary window contains twelve selectable tabs for changing the data displayed
in the third section, located in the lower right two-thirds of the display. The summary
window contains the basic information for the selected airport.
Information Traffic pattern altitudes, magnetic variation, aeronautical information, Flight
Service, hours of operation, types of operations, and pertinent phone numbers.
Frequencies Communication and navigation radio frequencies.
Runways
Runway numbers, dimensions, composition, and conditions.
Procedures List of applicable procedures available for the current airport.
Current weather conditions including: METAR, TAF, MOS, Winds Aloft, and
Weather
Forecast Discussion.
NOTAMs
Current NOTAMs.
FBOs
Fixed base operations, contact information, fees, and services available.
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Fuel Prices
Fuel prices on field, fuel prices organized by nearest airports, lowest price,
detailed FBO contact information, services, and credit cards accepted. Fuel Prices
are provided by AirNav. Fuel price coverage is only available in the US.
Remarks
Obstructions, Noise abatement information, notes, FAA remarks.
Nav Aids
Nearest navigation aids, frequencies, distances, and radials.
Services
Nearby lodging, car rental, transportation, and dining information.
Preferences Preferred fuel provider.
Current
Weather
View Map
Button
SafeTaxi
Button
A/FD Button
Airport
Identifier
Button
Airport
Diagram
Thumbnail
Nearby
Button
Fuel Price
Button
Info Tab
Details
Airport
Info
Tabs
Airport Information Page
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Within the Airport Summary window is an expandable thumbnail image of the
airport diagram only if U.S. Runway Diagrams has been downloaded. Momentarily
tapping the airport diagram thumbnail will expand the image to a more legible size.
Tap anywhere outside of the expanded airport diagram image to remove the airport
diagram from the display. More detailed information, including a full-size airport
diagram as well as other charts, are available under the tabs located on the left side
of the display.
From the Airport Information Page, there are multiple ways to search for airport
information. The two primary methods of accessing airport search functionality are by
tapping either the airport identifier or the Menu Button. Tapping the airport identifier,
on the left side of the airport title bar opens the airport search tool. Tapping the
Menu Button, in the upper right corner of the display reveals several more search
options, including a basic search (same as tapping the airport identifier), search for
airports near your current location, or airports near the currently selected airport. The
Menu Button also offers quick access to the information pages for the departure and
destination airports in the active flight plan.
Searching for an Airport:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap the Airport Identifier Button in the Summary Window.
Or: Tap Menu > Search.
3) At the top of the Airport search dialog box, select a search criteria.
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Criteria
Description
Search Airport Information by using the keyboard to input the identifier,
Search
airport name or city in the search window. This creates a list of matching
airports from which to select.
Recent
Opens a list of recently viewed airports. Select desired airport from the list.
Opens a list airports used to define the Active Flight Plan. Departure,
Flight Plan Destination and any other airports used as waypoints along the route of
flight.
Nearest Opens a list of nearest airports. Select desired airport from the list.
Favorite Opens a list of favorite airports. Select desired airport from the list.
Airport Search Options
4)
Select the Airport from the list.
Airport
Identifier Button
Airport
Search Input
Airport Identifier Search
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Accessing Airport Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap Menu.
3) Select one of the quick access options. (Search, Departure: XXXX,
Destination: XXXX, Recent Airports, Nearby XXXX, or Nearest).
Or: Tap Nearest to view airports near current location or near selected airport.
Filter airport list by Public or All.
Viewing the Airport on the Map:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap
to go to the airport on the Map/Chart.
Viewing Fuel Prices by type:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap
to cycle through each type of fuel (100LL, Jet, or Mogas).
If the selected fuel type is not available at this location, or if no data is
available for this location, price is displayed as dashes. The age of the data
is shown just below the fuel type.
Or: Tap the Fuel Prices tab to view fuel price. Sort fuel prices by Nearest
Airports or Lowest Price.
Overlaying Approach Chart From Airport Information Page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Information.
2) Tap the Airport Identifier Button to search for the desired airport.
3)
Tap the Procedures tab.
4)
Tap Show On Map for the desired approach chart. Garmin Pilot switches
to the Map page and displays the selected chart, overlaid over the moving
map.
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RUNWAY WINDS
Garmin Pilot shows detailed information about the current headwinds and
crosswinds for the currently displayed airport. Upward pointing arrows are
accompanied by red windspeed values to indicate tailwinds, and downward pointing
arrows with green values indicate headwinds. Left and right arrows show crosswind
components in the indicated direction.
Viewing Runway Winds:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap the Runways tab to view real-time wind information for each runway.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap and hold on any airport to view the Radial Menu.
3) Tap the Airport icon.
4) Tap the Runways category.
Headwind
Right
Crosswind
Tailwind
Left
Crosswind
Runway Winds
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JEPPESEN PROCEDURES
The Procedures tab shows various charts and procedures for the currently selected
airport. By default, these charts and procedures are content published by Garmin.
When the Garmin Pilot app is configured for a Jeppesen subscription, however, the
Procedures tab will prefer Jeppesen content to Garmin content. If Garmin Pilot is
using an active Jeppesen subscription that provides content for the current airport,
the Procedures tab will still show any Garmin content.
The source of a chart is marked by the icon next to the chart name. Garmin-provided
charts will show a green check mark , and Jeppesen-provided charts will show a
green stylized Jeppesen logo .
AIRPORT/FACILITY DIRECTORY (A/FD)
Garmin Pilot includes an electronic version of the Airport/Facility Directory (A/FD)
a publication of the National Aeronautical Navigation Products (AeroNav). There are
nine regional directories containing public-use airports, seaplane bases, heliports,
military facilities and selected private use facilities. From the Airport Information Page,
tap the A/FD button to view the selected airport details.
Tap the General button to view the following:
• Table of Contents
• City/Military Airport Cross
Reference
• Seaplane Landing Areas
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Tap the Supplemental button to view the following:
• Special Notices
• VOR Receiver Checkpoints and VOR
Test Facilities
• Regulatory Notices
• Parachute Jumping Areas
• Aeronautical Chart Bulletins
• FAA and NWS Telephone Numbers • Supplemental Communication
Reference
• PIREP Form
• Preferred IFR Routes
• Air Route Traffic Control Centers
• Q-Routes
• Flight Service Station
• High Altitude Redesign (HAR) Phase 1
Communications Frequencies
RNAV Routing
• Flight Standards District Offices
• Airport Diagrams
(FSDO)
Prior to flight, ensure the desired region(s) has been downloaded from the
Downloads Page. Airport/Facility Directory Pages can be annotated similar to Charts.
Viewing A/FD:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap A/FD to view the A/FD.
3) Tap KXXX button to view airport specific information
Or: Tap General, to view the A/FD General section.
Or: Tap Supplemental, to view the A/FD Regional Supplement.
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A/FD General
Section
Back to
Airport Info
Share Info
A/FD
Supplemental
Section
Airport
Specific Info
Section
Location &
Navigation
Slider
Airport Information Page
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Annotating A/FD:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap A/FD to view the A/FD.
3) Tap KXXX, General, or Supplemental, to navigate to the desired section.
4) Tap Menu > Annotate A/FD.
Or: Tap A/FD.
5) Tap
to display the Tool Palette.
6) Tap the desired tool (Draw, Highlight, or Erase), the desired color and the
desired stroke.
7) Annotate as desired
8) Tap Clear > Clear Annotations to clear annotations.
9) Tap Close to close and save annotations.
Viewing and Organizing Procedures:
NOTE: Terminal procedures (i.e. SIDs, STARs, instrument approach procedures,
airport diagrams, Hot Spots, and Take-off Minimums) are available for
selection from the Airport Information page. A data connection (i.e., Wi-Fi or
cellular) is required in order to download charts and to keep them up-to-date.
1)
From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2)
Tap the Procedures Tab. All available charts and procedures are shown
including; (Airport Info, Approach Procedures, Arrival Procedures, and
Departures). Chart titles proceeded by
will need to be downloaded.
Charts proceeded by
or
have already been downloaded to the
device.
3)
Tap the desired chart to view.
4)
Tap Back to return to the Airport Info Page.
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5)
Tap
6)
Enter a Binder name.
7)
Tap
to create a Chart Binder or add to an existing binder.
for each additional chart to add to a binder.
Viewing Services:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap the Services Tab. Select from the available options including;
Attractions, Car Rental Companies, Restaurants Nearby, and Taxi Service
Companies.
3) Tap Services to return to the Services Tab and view options.
CANADA FLIGHT SUPPLEMENT
Garmin Pilot also includes an electronic version of the Canada Flight Supplement
(CFS), a publication of Nav Canada. It contains information on all registered Canadian
and certain Atlantic aerodromes and certified airports. Prior to flight, ensure the
desired region(s) has been downloaded from the Downloads Page.
Viewing the CFS:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) If necessary, tap the Airport Identifier button and search for any Canadian
airport.
3) Tap CFS to view the CFS.
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WEATHER DATA AND IMAGERY
WARNING: Do not use the indicated data link weather product age to
determine the age of the weather information shown by the data link weather
product. Due to time delays inherent in gathering and processing weather
data for data link transmission, the weather information shown by the data
link weather product may be significantly older than the indicated weather
product age.
WARNING: Do not use data link weather information for maneuvering in,
near, or around areas of hazardous weather. Information contained with
in data link weather products may not accurately depict current weather
conditions.
Weather is presented in Widgets (as text), map overlays, preflight weather briefings,
or with National Weather Service static aviation weather maps. To receive up to date
weather information, the device must have access to a wireless network (Wi-Fi or
cellular), a Flight Stream 510, 210, 110, GDL 52/52R, GDL 39/39 3D, GTX 345, or a
GTX 45R.
RADAR
Weather radar data is collected from radar sites across the United States, Canada,
and select overseas locations. It is combined into a mosaic for easier display and
analysis.
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The radar data displayed is not real-time. The lapsed time between collection,
processing, and dissemination of radar images can be significant and may not reflect
the current radar synopsis. Due to the inherent delays and the relative age of the
data, it should be used for long-range planning purposes only. Never use radar data
to penetrate hazardous weather. Rather, use it in an early-warning capacity for predeparture evaluation.
Composite data from radar sites in the United States is shown. Base Reflectivity,
the lowest level radar scan can also be displayed. Base reflectivity best represents the
precipitation falling from the clouds, while composite reflectivity combines the radar
data from all altitudes into one view. Composite data is composed of the maximum
reflectivity from the individual radar sweeps at different tilt angles of the radar beam
with respect to the ground. The display of the information is color-coded to indicate
the weather severity level. Colors are used to identify the different echo intensities
(reflectivity) measured in dBZ (decibels or Z). “Reflectivity” (designated by the letter
Z) is the amount of transmitted power returned to the radar receiver. The dBZ values
increase as returned signal strength increases. Precipitation intensity is displayed
using colors corresponding to the dBZ values.
RADAR ABNORMALITIES
There are possible abnormalities regarding displayed radar images. Some, but not
all, of those include:
• Ground clutter
• Strobes and spurious radar data
• Sun strobes (when the radar antenna points directly at the sun)
• Military aircraft deploy metallic dust (chaff) which can cause alterations in radar
scans
• Interference from buildings or mountains, which may cause shadows
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RADAR LIMITATIONS
Certain limitations exist regarding radar displays. Some, but not all, are listed for
the user’s awareness:
• Surface precipitation type is estimated with shades of blue for snow and shades
of pink for indeterminate types. The actual precipitation type aloft could vary.
• Radar base reflectivity is sampled at the minimum antenna elevation angle. An
individual radar site cannot depict high altitude storms at close ranges, and has
no information about storms directly over the site.
• Radar coverage in Canada is only available in the southern 1/4 of the country.
Rain
LIGHT
HEAVY
Mix
LIGHT
HEAVY
Snow
LIGHT
HEAVY
Radar Intensity
NOTE: Weather Imagery (WX Imagery) maps can be pinch zoomed for a
closer look.
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Viewing Radar Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Radar or (if applicable) tap
to expand
Radar and tap the desired radar.
3) Tap
to animate the radar loop. Each frame of the radar loop is
timestamped. The timestamp is just right of the play button.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > WX Imagery.
2) Select Radar from the list.
3) Select the icon for the desired coverage area to display the National
Weather Service static aviation weather map. Radar imagery is available
for the Continental US, Alaska, Hawaii, and Mexico.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the Brief Tab.
3) Tap Refresh if necessary to update the weather information.
4) Tap
to expand Radar Summaries, to view the applicable textual radar
information for the route of flight.
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STORM CELL MOVEMENT
The radar display includes the projected path of a storm cell. The projected path is
displayed by a circle and a line that extends from the storm cell to display a predicted
path in 15, 30, 45, and 60 minute intervals. If hail or tornadic activity is present, the
corresponding icon will appear. Additional information about cell activity (i.e. speed,
direction etc.) can be obtained from the radial menu. Storm cell coverage is only
available in the US with a US Standard or Worldwide Premium subscription.
Activating Projected Storm Cell Path:
From the Map page, tap
while radar is animating.
Or:
From the Map page, tap the timestamp to step through the weather
animation to view the weather data.
Projected Path
Indicator
Projected Storm Cell Path
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INFRARED SATELLITE (IR SAT)
IR Sat displays infrared composite satellite images of cloud cover taken by
geostationary weather satellites.
Viewing Infrared (IR) Satellite Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays.
3) Tap
to expand Clouds.
4) Tap IR.
5) Tap
to animate the satellite loop. Each frame of the satellite loop is
timestamped. The timestamp is just right of the play button.
Tap to
Animate
Timestamp
Infared Satellite
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Viewing Visible Satellite Information (VIS):
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays.
3) Tap
to expand Clouds.
4) Tap VIS.
5) Tap
to animate the satellite loop. Each frame of the satellite loop is
timestamped. The timestamp is just right of the play button.
Tap to
Animate
Timestamp
Visible Satellite
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RADAR AND INFRARED SATELLITE COLOR PALETTES
The radar and infrared color palettes can be configured, allowing selection of the
color of the intensity of returns on the Map page.
Viewing radar and infrared satellite color palettes:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Radar/IR Color.
3) Tap on the information button on top left of the Radar Colors and IR
Satellite Colors boxes to view the color palettes options.
4) Tap Garmin, NOAA, Alt, or Classic for the desired Radar Colors.
5) Tap Classic, Alt 1, Alt 2, or Alt 3 for the desired IR Satellite Colors.
Tap Info Button
Tap Info Button
Select Color
Palette
Select Color
Palette
Radar and Infrared Satellite Color Palettes
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ICING FORECAST
Icing forecast is a graphical depiction of icing conditions in the United States and
Canada. The icing forecast conditions are displayed by Severity+Supercooled Large
Drops (SLD) or Probability. Icing coverage is only available in the US and southern
Canada with a US Standard, Canada Premium or Worldwide Premium subscription.
Viewing Icing Forecast data:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Icing.
3) Select between Severity+SLD or Probability.
4) Adjust the time and altitude.
Type of Icing
Tap to Adjust
Altitude
Tap to
Display Icing
Tap to
Animate
Icing Forecast
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FLIGHT PROFILE ICING DATA
Icing data may be displayed in the Flight Profile for a desired flight plan. Icing data
may be viewed by icing probability or severity plus supercooled liquid drops (SLD).
Viewing Flight Profile Icing data:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) From the split screen, tap
>
3) Select type of data to display.
> Icing.
Tap For
Split-screen
Tap to Change
Split-screen
Tap For Display
Options
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Tap to Display
'Icing'
Slide to Modify
Opacity
Tap to Display
'SLD'
Tap For
'Icing' Display
Options
Flight Profile - Icing Selection
WINDS ALOFT
Winds Aloft data shows the forecasted wind speed and direction at the selected
altitudes. Altitudes can be displayed in 3,000-foot increments up to 42,000 feet MSL
or up to 48,000 feet MSL with a Sirius XM connection.
Winds Aloft are displayed using wind barbs. The wind barbs indicate wind speed
and direction. The wind speed is depicted using flags at the end of the wind barb.
A short wind flag is 5 knots, a long wind flag is 10 knots, and a filled triangle is
50 knots. Wind barbs are also color coded to indicate wind speed. The flagged end
indicates the direction from which the wind is coming.
Icons
Description
White indicates wind speeds of 20 kts or less.
Cyan indicates wind speeds of 21-30 kts.
Light yellow indicates wind speeds of 31-40 kts.
Yellow indicates wind speeds of 41-50 kts.
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Icons
Description
Orange indicates wind speeds of 51-80 kts.
Red indicates wind speeds of 81 kts or greater.
Winds Aloft Barbs
Viewing Winds Aloft Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Winds Aloft.
3) Tap the Winds Aloft Time and use the slider to view current and forecast
winds aloft.
4) Tap
and use the slider to select the desired altitude. Altitudes are
displayed in 3,000-foot increments up to 42,000 feet MSL or up to 48,000
feet MSL with a Sirius XM connection.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > WX Imagery.
2) Select Winds Aloft from the list.
3) Select the icon for the desired coverage area to display the National
Weather Service static aviation weather map. Winds Aloft maps are
available for the Continental US from 00hr, up to 84hr forecast.
Altitudes are available from the surface to 48,000 feet (with a Sirius XM
connection) in 3,000-foot increments.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Select the Weather Tab to view METAR, TAF, MOS, Winds Aloft, and
Forecast Discussion for the selected airport.
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Or:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2)
Tap the Brief Tab.
3)
Tap Refresh if necessary to update the weather information.
4)
Tap
to expand Winds Aloft, to view the winds for the route of flight.
Winds Aloft
Barbs
Slide to Change
Altitude
Current Altitude
Displayed
Winds Aloft
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WINDS AND TEMPERATURE ALOFT DATA FORECAST
The winds and temperature aloft data forecast can be configured to be viewed
from the Radial Menu.
Viewing the Winds Aloft forecast data:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Winds.
3) Tap near the desired Airport in the Map Pane until the Radial Menu
appears.
4) Tap the Winds Aloft icon on the Radial Menu and scroll thru the forecast
timeline to view the forecast data.
Tap to Display
Radial Menu
Tap to Display
Winds Alfot
Radial Button - Winds Aloft
Tap to Change
Timeframe
Temperature
Altitude
Wind Direction
Wind Velocity
Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast
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LIGHTNING
Lightning data shows the approximate location of cloud-to-ground lightning strikes.
A strike icon represents a strike that has occurred within a two-kilometer region. The
exact location of the lightning strike is not displayed.
Viewing Lightning Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Lightning.
3) Tap
to animate the Lightning loop. Each frame of the Lightning loop
is timestamped. The timestamp is just right of the play button. Lightning
information is available in one minute increments for the previous 45
minutes.
Approximate
Location of
Lighting Strike
Tap to Display
'Lightning'
Timestamp
Tap to Animate
Lightning
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NOTE: Weather Imagery (WX Imagery) maps can be pinch zoomed for a
closer look.
METARS AND TAFS
METAR (METeorological Aerodrome Report) is an international code used for
reporting weather observations. METARs are updated hourly or as needed. METARs
typically contain information about the temperature, dew point, wind direction and
speed, precipitation, cloud cover, cloud heights, visibility, and barometric pressure.
They can also contain information on precipitation amounts, lightning, and other
critical data.
TAF (Terminal Area Forecast) is the standard format for 24-hour or 30-hour
forecasts. TAFs may contain some of the same code as METAR data. It typically
forecasts significant weather changes, temporary changes, probable changes, and
expected changes in weather conditions. METAR and TAF data are displayed as raw
and/or decoded text.
Viewing METAR and TAF Information:
1) Create a Widget for METAR or TAF information on the Map Page. From
any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3) Tap 'Add Widget' Select METAR or TAF from the list of available Widgets.
METAR or TAF information for the Departure Airports is displayed. To view
METAR or TAF information along the route of flight drag the NavTrack.
Colored push-pins show the location for the corresponding METAR or TAF
report.
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Or:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Map.
2)
Using the Radial Menu, select the airspace desired, then Wx to view TAF
for the selected airport.
Or:
On the Map page chose the 'Weather' overlay to view METAR derived
information.
Corresponding
TAF Push Pin
Corresponding
METAR Push Pin
Tap to
Change Splitscreen Info
TAF For
Departure
Airport
METAR For
Departure
Airport
METAR & TAF Widgets
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MODEL OUTPUT STATISTICS (MOS)
Model Output Statistics (MOS) provides a forecast similar to a Terminal Aerodrome
Forecast (TAFs), that is updated hourly and extends out 72 hours into the future. The
MOS forecast is available for over 2,000 airports in the United States..
Viewing MOS:
1) Create a Widget for MOS information on the Map Page. From any page,
tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3) Tap 'Add Widget', select MOS from the list of available Widgets.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Select the Weather Tab to view MOS for the selected airport.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Using the Radial Menu, select the airspace desired, then Wx to view MOS
for the selected airport.
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
The Area Forecast Discussion (AFD) is a plain English narrative developed by
meteorologists from the National Weather Service. It is designed to provide additional
details that went into the preparation of the Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF).
The AFD contains both short and long-term analysis with an emphasis on aviation
weather.
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Viewing Area Forecast Discussion:
1) Create a Widget for Area Forecast Discussion information on the Map
Page. From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3) Tap 'Add Widget', select Forecast Discussion from the list of available
Widgets.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Select the Weather Tab to view Area Forecast Discussion for the selected
airport.
Tap to Select
Weather Product
Tap to Select Airport
MOS & Forecast Discussion Widgets
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AIRMETS
An AIRMET (AIRmen’s METeorological Information) can be especially helpful for
pilots of light aircraft that have limited flight capability or instrumentation. An AIRMET
must affect or be forecast to affect an area of at least 3,000 square miles at any one
time. AIRMETs are routinely issued for six-hour periods and are amended as necessary
due to changing weather conditions. AIRMETs are displayed as green (IFR/mountain
obscuration), orange (turbulence), or blue (icing) shaded areas on the map display.
AIR /
SIGMETs
Tap to
Display AIR/
SIGMETs
AIR / SIGMETs
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SIGMETS
NOTE: Weather Imagery (WX Imagery) maps can be pinch zoomed for a
closer look.
A SIGMET (SIGnificant METeorological Information) advises of weather that is
potentially hazardous to all aircraft. In the contiguous United States, the following
items are covered: severe icing, severe or extreme turbulence, volcanic ash (red), dust
storms, and sandstorms that lower visibility to less than three statute miles.
A Convective SIGMET is issued for thunderstorms, isolated severe thunderstorms,
embedded thunderstorms, hail at the surface, and tornadoes.
A SIGMET is widespread and must affect or be forecast to affect an area of at least
3,000 square miles.
Viewing AIRMETS and SIGMETS:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > AIR/SIGMETs.
3) Tap Map Overlay Control Button and select the desired type of AIRMET/
SIGMET (i.e., Convective, Icing, IFR/MTN, or Turbulence) to display.
4) Tap within the shaded area of an AIRMET/SIGMET to view the radial
menu.
5) Tap AIR SIG in the Radial Menu, and select the desired AIRMET/SIGMET
for details.
6) Tap Back to return to the Radial Menu.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > WX Imagery.
2) Select AIRMET/SIGMET from the list.
3) Select the icon for the desired weather map.
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Or:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2)
Tap the Brief Tab.
3)
Tap Refresh if necessary to update the weather information.
4)
Tap
to expand 'SIGMETs' or 'AIRMETs', to view the applicable
AIRMETs and SIGMETs along the route of flight.
DENSITY ALTITUDE
Density Altitude is displayed on the weather section of the Airport Information
Page, and the weather icon on the Radial Menu.
Tap 'METAR'
Density Altitude
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PIREPS
Pilot Weather Reports (PIREPs) provide timely weather information for a particular
route of flight. When significant weather conditions are reported or forecast, Air Traffic
Control (ATC) facilities are required to solicit PIREPs. A PIREP may contain unforecast
adverse weather conditions, such as low in-flight visibility, icing conditions, wind
shear, and turbulence. PIREPs are issued as either Routine (UA) or Urgent (UUA).
PIREPs are represented on the Garmin Pilot map by a small colored icon with a
number. The color and style of the icon signify the type and severity of the reported
weather conditions (see next table). The number shows the altitude of the reported
conditions in flight level notation (i.e., hundreds of feet).
Viewing PIREPs:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > PIREPs.
3) Tap the PIREP icon to display the Radial Menu.
4) Tap the PIREP icon in the Radial Menu, and select the desired PIREP for
details.
5) Tap Back to return to the Radial Menu.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the Brief Tab.
3) Tap Refresh if necessary to update the weather information.
4) Tap
to expand 'PIREPs', to view the applicable PIREPs for the route of flight.
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Filtering PIREPs:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > PIREPs.
3) Tap
to adjust the maximum age of displayed PIREPs.
4) Tap
to adjust the minimum and maximum altitudes of
displayed PIREPs.
PIREP
Altitude
PIREP
Symbol
Slide
Altitude
Filter
Tap to Filter
by Age
Tap to Filter
by Altitude
PIREP Overlay Symbols
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Icing PIREPs
Negative Icing
Sky Condition PIREPs
Unknown Sky
Condition
Turbulence PIREPs
Turbulence Negligible
or Smooth
Trace Icing
Sky Clear
Light Turbulence
Trace to Light Icing
Few Clouds
Light to Moderate
Turbulence
Light Icing
Scattered Clouds
Moderate Turbulence
Light to Moderate
Icing
Broken Clouds
Moderate to Severe
Turbulence
Moderate Icing
Overcast
Severe Turbulence
Moderate to Severe
Icing
IMC
Extreme Turbulence
Severe Icing
PIREP Icons
PIREPS may also be shown in the Flight Profile View, which provides a vertical cross
section display of airspace, terrain, obstacles, TFRs and weather for a planned route.
Viewing PIREPs in Flight Profile View:
1) With a flight plan selected, from any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen to enable split screen mode.
3) Select the settings wheel in the Flight Profile View, then Markers > Show
PIREPs.
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Tap PIREP
Symbol
PIREPs in Flight Profile View
WEATHER OVERLAY
The Weather Overlay provides weather icons that graphically display one of 14
parameters typically reported in a METAR. Each icon can be tapped to display the
current METAR data in both raw and translated formats. Color coded icons provide
a quick visual representation of the current weather conditions. The color coding
applies to Station ID, Flight Conditions, Cloud Ceiling, Visibility, and Cloud Cover.
Wind barbs and wind speed icons are slightly different where green is used to
indicate winds of less than 10 kts, yellow is for winds greater than 10 kts and red is
used for winds greater than 20 kts. Colored icons are also used to show dew point
spread where the spreads for 5°C or greater are green, spreads of 3°C or 4°C are
yellow and spreads of 2°C or less are red.
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Tap to View
METAR
Tap to Display
METARs
Weather Overlay
Standard
VFR
MVFR
IFR
LIFR
Alternate
VFR
MVFR
IFR
LIFR
Flight Condition Colors
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Viewing and Configuring the Weather Overlay:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Weather.
3) Tap the Overlay Control button.
4) Select the desired option from the list.
5) Tap any of the displayed Weather Icons to view the Raw and translated
METAR information.
Layer
Standard
Icons
Alternate
Icons
984
984
011
011
Altimeter
Cloud Ceiling
Cloud Cover
Dewpoint
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002
002
Unl
Unl
Altimeter ("Hg) setting with the
leading 2 and 3 numerals omitted.
(e.g., 984 = 29.84 or 001 = 30.01)
Reported ceiling in hundreds of feet
or 'Unl' if there is not a could layer
that constitutes a ceiling.
OVC
OVC
Overcast
BKN
BKN
Broken
SCT
SCT
Scattered
FEW
FEW
Few
CLR
CLR
Clear
OBS
OBS
Fog/Obscured
25
25
Dew point °C
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Layer
Standard
Icons
Dewpoint
Spread
Alternate
Icons
5
5
Flight Conditions
VFR ceiling
Description
Dew point spread in °C.
Green = spread of 5° C. or greater.
Yellow = spread of 3° or 4° C.
Red = spread of 0° to 2° C.
MVFR
IFR ceiling LIFR ceiling
ceiling
VFR visibility
MVFR visibility
IFR visibility
LIFR visibility
Flight Conditions
Alternate Icons
VFR
ceiling
MVFR
ceiling
IFR
ceiling
LIFR
ceiling
VFR visibility
MVFR visibility
IFR visibility
LIFR visibility
Flight
Conditions
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Layer
Standard
Icons
Alternate
Icons
Observation
Age
25
25
Observation Age in minutes
KPIT
KPIT
VFR conditions
KPIT
KPIT
MVFR conditions
KPIT
KPIT
IFR conditions
KPIT
KPIT
LIFR conditions
Temperature
31
31
Temperature °C
Visibility
3/4
3/4
Reported Visibility in statute miles.
Station ID
Description
Short flag
5 knots
Long flag
10 knots
Solid triangle
50 knots
Wind Barbs
Green
5-9 knots
Yellow
10-19 knots
Red
20+ knots
Calm
Light and variable winds
Wind Gust
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Standard
Icons
Layer
Wind Speed
Wx
Conditions
Alternate
Icons
22
22
Lt&Vbl
Lt&Vbl
-DZ BR
-DZ BR
Description
Reported steady wind speed (kts)
Green: less than 10 knots.
Yellow: less than 20 knots.
Red: 20 knots or greater.
Dynamic black shaded box that
displays two letter weather
condition codes and qualifiers.
Weather Icons
STATIC WEATHER IMAGERY PRODUCTS
Garmin Pilot provides access to National Weather Service, as well as some
international, static aviation weather maps. These weather static maps display the
following:
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•
•
•
•
•
PIREPs
AIRMETs
SIGMETs
Winds Aloft
Radar
IR Satellite
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•
•
•
•
•
METARs
TAFs
Surface Analysis
Icing
Turbulence Forecasts
Thunderstorm Forecasts
Garmin Pilot also includes some international weather imagery. Radar imagery
is available for some parts of Mexico. Icing, Turbulence Forecast and Thunderstorm
Forecast imagery is available for some parts of Europe. METAR, TAF, and Surface
Analysis information is available for Canada.
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All available weather images are displayed on the main WX Imagery page but can
be sorted for quick access by selecting from the 'View by Hazard', 'View by Region',
or 'View by Product Type' options.
Viewing Weather Products:
1) From any page, touch Home > WX Imagery.
2) Select the desired hazard type, region, or product type from the list.
3) Select the icon for the desired weather map.
Sort Images
by Hazard
Static
Weather
Map Icon
Sort Images
by Region
Sort Images
by Type
WX Imagery Page
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WEATHER WIDGETS
Weather Widgets are viewable in the lower portion of the Map Page and Syn Vis by
using the menu option to split the screen. Information to populate Widgets requires a
data connection. Controls located at the upper left and right corners of each Widget
open lists that allow you to select the Widget Type and to choose an airport to which
the Widget is applicable.
The NavTrack located at the bottom of the display enables you to dynamically
change the Widget location to view information related to points on or near the
active flight plan. Tap-dragging the slider at the bottom of the widgets pane moves
a cyan diamond (or a magenta airplane symbol when in-flight) along the route of
flight. As the symbol approaches points along the active flight plan that provide
weather, those points are associated with the Widget or selectable from the Widget
location list indicated by an inverted white triangle adjacent to the airport identifier
in the upper right corner of the Widget. Colored push-pins correspond to matching
colored dots to the left of the airport identifier in the upper right corner of the Widget
indicating the location of the information.
There are thirteen information products available for selection from the Widget
Type list. The weather products available to be displayed as widgets are METAR, TAF,
MOS, PIREPs, Winds Aloft, Forecast Discsussion, and AIRMET/SIGMETs. The navigation
information products are Airports, NOTAMs, Airspaces, Checklists, Navigation, and
Logbook Tracks.
Only two (portrait) or one (landscape) widget(s) may be viewed at a time, but
multiple widgets may be configured. Sliding a finger left or right over the widgets will
bring more widgets or the ‘Add Widget’ tool into view. The source, product age and
relative location will be displayed at the bottom of each widget.
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Adding a Weather Widget:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3) Drag the Widgets from right to left to bring the Add Widget icon into
view.
4) Tap Add Widget.
5) Select a widget from the list.
Tap to
Change
Widget Type
Widget Location
Widget Type
Tap to Change
Widget Location
Weather
Product
Source, Age
& Relative
Location
Slide NavTrack to
Change Widget
Info Along Route
Weather Widgets
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Changing a Widget Type:
1) Tap the widget type as displayed in the upper left corner of the widget.
2) Select the desired widget type from the list.
Removing a Weather Widget:
1) Tap the widget type as displayed in the upper left corner of the widget.
2) Scroll to the bottom of the list.
3) Select Delete Widget from the bottom of the list.
WIDGET NAVTRACK
At the bottom of the widget pane is the NavTrack. Tap-dragging the slider moves a
cyan diamond (or a magenta airplane symbol when in-flight) along the route of flight.
Colored push-pins appear on the map to indicate locations near the airplane symbol
that provide information corresponding to selected widgets. In some cases, there
may be more than one location near the airplane symbol that provides information
corresponding to a widget. To view weather information for nearby locations, it may
be necessary to tap the inverted white triangle next to the widget location. This will
open a list of nearby widget information sources.
Changing the Location Associated with a Weather Widget:
1) Drag the NavTrack at the bottom of the widget pane until the diamond
symbol corresponds with a colored push-pin on the map display that is
near a desired location.
2) If the push-pin does not correspond to the desired location, tap the
location indicator at the top right corner of the widget to search for
nearby locations.
3) Select the desired location from the ‘Nearby’ list.
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TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS (TFRS)
Temporary Flight Restrictions or TFRs temporarily restrict all aircraft from entering the
selected airspace unless a waiver has been issued. TFRs are routinely issued for occurrences
such as sporting events, dignitary visits, military depots and forest fires. TFRs are represented
as an area outlined in dark blue (stadiums), Yellow (future TFR, that are not yet in effect), or
Red (dignitary visits, Hazards including forest fires, and National Security areas).
NOTE: Do not rely solely upon data link services to provide Temporary Flight
Restriction TFR information. Always confirm TFR information through official
sources such as Flight Service Stations or Air Traffic Control.
Viewing Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR):
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > TFRs.
3) Tap within the shaded area of a TFR to view the radial menu.
4) Tap TFR in the Radial Menu, and select the desired TFR for details.
5) Tap Back to return to the Radial Menu.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the Brief Tab.
3) Tap Refresh if necessary to update the weather information.
4) Tap
to expand 'NOTAMs', to view the applicable NOTAMs for the
route of flight.
Displaying Stadium Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR):
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> General.
3) Tap Show All Stadium TFRs button to On.
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AIRSPACE ALERTS
The Airspace Alerting feature notifies the pilot prior to entering airspaces. Airspace
Alerts may be configured to choose the airspaces for which to receive alerts.
Airspace Alerting may also be used for preflight planning by selecting Show
Airspaces On FPL from the Menu on the Map page or selecting Show airspaces
while preflight planning from the Airspace Alerts section of the Alerts tab.
Enabling Airspace Alerts:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Settings > Alerts > Airspace Alerts.
2) Tap Airspace Alerts to choose the airspaces for which to receive alerts.
Enabling Show Airspaces On FPL:
1) From the Map page, tap Menu > Show Airspaces On FPL.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > Alerts > Airspace Alerts.
2) Tap Show airspaces while preflight planning button to On.
Airspace Alerts
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FILE
With Garmin Pilot, users can easily enter a flight plan and interactively edit it on
the map. Pre-loaded forms make it quick to save and reuse data for frequently flown
flight plans. And when the flight plan is ready, Garmin Pilot makes it simple to file,
amend or close the flight plan via FltPlan.com.
TRIP PLANNING
NOTE: A data connection (i.e., Wi-Fi or cellular) is required to receive preflight
weather briefings, file, amend, cancel or close flight plans from Garmin Pilot.
The Trip Planning Page manages all of the trip planning details for each trip. When
new trips are created, you can Save, Activate, and File when necessary. Flight plans
created on the Flight Plan Page do not become the active trip until you Activate the
Flight Plan. To File the Flight Plan, press File and Garmin Pilot synchronizes with
FltPlan.com. Trips created on the Trip Planning Page will default to a Direct To route
from departure to destination. Add additional waypoints in the Routing field by
entering fixes, Nav Aids, airways, departures, arrivals, airports or tap View Routes to
view a list of ATC Preferred Routes or Optimized Routes. ATC routing is sorted by
User Recent, ATC Recent, and ATC Other.
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Complete the trip plan by entering pilot information, aircraft information, departure/
arrival times, altitude, airspeed, etc.. Some of the data will be auto-filled based on
data from your Garmin Pilot account. Once all mandatory fields have been completed,
Garmin Pilot creates a trip summary. If Garmin Pilot has been linked to a FltPlan.com
account, and syncs successfully, trips are ready to file. Trips can be cloned and/or
deleted on the Trip Planning Page. Cloning a trip copies the current trip. Any changes
made after the clone is created are not copied. Trips can also be deleted by swiping
left on the trip title in the Trips List. The selected trip (highlighted in blue) can be
deleted. Cloned trips are saved to the Trips List. All trip data is cloned including pilot
information, aircraft information, route of flight and all other associated data. Trips
that have been cloned are available for use at a future date. Activate a cloned trip,
change the date and all applicable data, refresh the briefing, and the trip is ready to
be filed.
EUROPEAN IFR/VFR AUTOROUTING AND FILING
Garmin Pilot provides IFR and VFR autorouting and flight plan filing to assist in
navigating in complex European airspace. The autorouting feature calculates optimal
routes for a specific date, time, depature airport and destination airport, then validates
them with Eurocontrol. The prevalidated routes are displayed, along with a map, for
easy interpretation. Choose from one of the route proposals, make a selection, and
file the flight plan.
The European IFR/VFR Autorouting and Filing is accessible in Trip Planning when
subscribed to Garmin Pilot Europe Premium.
European Route
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European IFR/VFR Autorouting setup:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the Aircraft tab and select an aircraft.
3) Enter the appropriate information for the selected aircraft.
4) Tap the Performance tab and enter the appropriate information for the
selected aircraft. Select at least two data points for climb, descent, and
cruise, then tap Save.
Tap to Close
Tap to Save
Tap to Change
Data Successfully
Entered
Tap to View/
Change Data
Slide to Adjust
European Autorouting Setup - Aircraft
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Selecting Filing Service:
1) From the Trip Planning page, tap Add Trip.
2) Select preferred Filing Service to begin a New Trip.
Tap to Select
Filing Service
Selecting Filing Service - Eurocontrol
European Trip Planning & Autorouting:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List or tap Add Trip and select preferred
Filing Service.
3) Enter Departure Date/Time, Departure airport, and Destination airport.
4) Tap Autoroute.
5) Adjust 'Autorouting Options' as necessary, then tap Autoroute.
Or:
6) Tap Enter Manual IFR Route and input route manually (if needed). When
finished, tap Confirm.
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Tap to Close
Tap to Proceed
Tap to
Manually
Enter Route
Tap to Modify
Tap to
Toggle 'ON/
OFF'
European Autorouting Options
7)
The 'Route Propsals' window begins searching for routes and populates a
list within the window.
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Tap to
Expand &
View Route
Details
Selected Route
& Details
European Autorouting Options - List
8)
Select the desired route from the 'Route Proposals' list to add the route to
the trip, then tap Next.
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Tap to
Proceed
Tap to
Display
Route
Details
Route Details
Tap to Display
Fuel Details
Proposed Route
European Route Proposals - Detailed
9)
View/edit the 'Route Summary', then tap Confirm. Garmin Pilot will sync
the route with Eurocontrol, then 'Validate' your route.
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Tap to Confirm Route
Tap to Edit Route
Tap to View Route Only
European Route Summary
10) Once the route is 'Validated', tap File.
Tap to
Activate
Flight Plan
Tap to File
Flight Plan
Route
Validated
Tap to
Modify
Tap to
Generate
Routing
Selected Trip
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PREPARING TO FILE
NOTE: Prior to filing the flight plan, ensure that all of the information entered
on the Trip Planning Page is correct including the route of flight.
Garmin Pilot provides a quick and easy method to file, close, amend or cancel flight
plans. When Garmin Pilot is connected to a Fltplan.com account, Gamin Pilot will
transmit the following:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Route of Flight
Pilot Information
Aircraft Information
Type of Flight Plan (IFR/VFR)
Number of persons onboard
Fuel onboard
Date
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Estimated Time of Departure (ETD)
Altitude
Airspeed
Alternate
Call Sign
Second in Command (SIC) if applicable
Flight Plan Remarks
The flight plan details are then delivered to the responsible Flight Service Station
(FSS) 1 hour prior to the ETD. The ETD must be at least 30 minutes in the future or the
flight plan will not be transmitted. To file a flight plan with a departure time less than
30 minutes in the future you must call the FSS.
Creating an Active Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap within the Routing field to activate the cursor.
3) Use the keyboard to insert waypoints. Separate each waypoint with a
space.
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Or:
1)
Tap the
Add Waypoint button.
2)
Use the keyboard to input the waypoint identifier and tap the return key.
Or:
Use the keyboard to begin entering the waypoint identifier and tap the
desired waypoint from the FastFind List.
3)
Tap the
Add Waypoint button to add each additional waypoint.
Active Route
Tap to Expand
Waypoints
Along Airway
Tap to Add
Waypoint
Tap to Load
Trip to
FltPlan.com
Arrival
Airport
Planned
Waypoints
Departure
Airport
Creating Active Flight Plan
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Or:
1)
Use one of the above methods to enter a departure point.
2)
In the Map View area, tap and hold any location to display the rubberband and drag the rubber-band to the desired map location.
3)
Once the rubber-band is on or near the desired location, release the
rubber-band. A list of nearby waypoints is displayed.
4)
Select the desired waypoint from the list. Or, create a User Waypoint.
5)
Repeat steps 1-4 to add additional waypoints.
Completing and Filing the Active Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Create a flight plan using one of the aforementioned methods.
3) Tap
to expand the Flight Plan Summary information panel.
4) Tap the Aircraft, PERF Config, Cruise TAS, Altitude, Highest Point, Initial
Fuel, Cruise Burn Rate, or Departure Time Fields to edit them.
5) Tap Create Trip to load the flight plan template.
6) Tap Save to store current flight plan.
7) Tap File to file the Trip with Fltplan.com.
8) Tap Activate to view Flight Plan.
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PLANNING A TRIP
Creating a New Trip:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2)
Tap Add Trip. A new entry will be added to the list on the left.
Entering Pilot Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap the Pilot In Command field.
4) If the desired PIC information has already been entered, select the desired
PIC from the Pilot Information list.
Or:
a) Tap Add Pilot Profile...
b) Enter the Required Contact Information by tapping each field. A
keyboard will appear to enable typing in each selected field.
c) Enter the pilot's Personal Minimums by tapping each field if desired. A
keyboard will appear to enable typing in each selected field.
d) Tap Save Pilot.
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Tap to
Activate
Flight Plan
Tap to Change
List View
Tap to File
Flight Plan
Selected
Tap to View
Source Info
Tap to
Update
Trips List
Trip Planning - Trips List
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Updating Filing Method:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap the Flight Rules field.
4) Change the Filing Service as desired.
5) Change the Form Type depending on the organization.
Tap Desired Format
Tap For Options
Updating Filing Method
Entering the flight plan Flight Rules:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap to select IFR, VFR, YFR, ZFR, or DC SFRA from the Flight Rules menu.
Tap Desired Format
Tap For Options
Updating Flight Rules - Eurocontrol
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Entering Aircraft Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap the Aircraft field.
4) If the desired Aircraft information has already been entered, select the
desired Aircraft from the Aircraft list.
Or:
a) Tap Add Aircraft...
b) Enter the Required Aircraft Information by tapping each field and
using the keyboard.
c) Enter optional performance data.
d) Tap Save Aircraft.
e) Tap the desired Aircraft from the list.
Tap Desired
Aircraft
Tap to Display
Available
Aircraft
Selecting Aircraft
NOTE: Performance data is used to create a NavLog and to calculate trip
parameters.
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Loading a Flight Plan
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap the Load Flight Plan button to import the Active FPL, or any other
Stored Flight Plans. Importing the Active FPL will fill the Departure,
Routing, and Destination fields.
Choosing a Planned ATC Route:
NOTE: These Preferred and Optimized Routes are available for FltPlan.com
routes.
1)
From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2)
Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3)
Enter Departure Time, Departure Airport and Destination Airport.
4)
Tap View Routes.
5)
Tap Preferred Routes or Optimized Routes to sort the list.
6)
Tap the desired route from the list to add the route to the trip.
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Enter
Departure
Airport
Tap to
Sort List
Enter
Arrival
Airport
Tap to
View
Route
Options
Scroll List &
Tap Desired
Route
Selected
Trip
View ATC Routing
Entering Cruising Altitude:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap the Cruising Altitude field for available altitudes for the trip. Values are
derived from selected aircraft's performance and weather reports.
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Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap the Altitude field for available altitudes for the trip. Values are derived
from selected aircraft's performance and weather reports.
Tap to Filter
Altitude
Tap to Filter
Altitude
Select Cruising Altitude
Tap to Display
Altitude
Window
Entering Cruising Speed:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap the Cruising Speed field and enter the desired value.
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Entering Fuel on Board:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap the Fuel Quantity field to enter the amount of fuel. The Fuel field
is automatically populated with the Default Fuel/Cruise Burn Rate, but
should be adjusted to reflect the actual fuel onboard the aircraft.
Entering Persons on Board:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap the Persons on Board field to enter the number of occupants.
Entering Optional Data (Call Sign, Alternate Destination and
Remarks):
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip in the Trips List.
3) Tap the applicable field and enter the desired information.
FUEL PLANNER
The Fuel Planner allows ordering fuel directly with an FBO via email. Garmin
Pilot will choose the FBO with the lowest price or the user may select a preferred
fuel provider or FBO. The Fuel Planner is fully integrated with the pilot's logbook,
the Fuel Planner incorporates the remaining fuel from the last logbook entry in the
calculations. The Fuel Planner has the flexibility to allow the pilot to elect to top off
the aircraft's fuel tanks, take on the maximum fuel based upon weight and balance
calculations, or incorporate a 30, 45, or 60 minute fuel reserve.
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Using the Fuel Planner:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap Preferences and input the email address of the selected preferred
FBO.
3) Tap Trip Planning and select Fuel Planner in the selected trip.
4) Tap the email address to send the fuel order to the selected preferred FBO.
Fuel Planner
NAVLOG
Garmin Pilot generates the flight plan in the Flight Plan section of Trip Planning
Page using the Active Flight Plan waypoints, user-provided aircraft performance
data, and FltPlan.com Trip Plan information and weather data. The NavLog provides
navigation information for each leg of the Active Flight Plan.
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Viewing the NavLog Tab:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2)
Tap NavLog, to view the FltPlan.com generated Flight Plan.
Flight Plan Column Options:
• Bearing To
• ETA
• Fuel Required
• Distance Cumulative
• ETE Leg
• Fuel Remaining
• Distance Leg
• ETE To
• Magnetic Course
• Direct to DIS
• Fuel Leg
• True Course
Expanding Flight Plan Legs:
1) From any page, tap Home > Flight Plan.
2) Tap
for flight plan legs containing a Departure, Arrival, or Airway to
expand the leg and view all waypoints for that leg. Tap
to collapse
the leg.
Airway ID
Tap to
Collapse
Waypoints
Along
Airway
Expanding Flight Plan Legs
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Deleting Trips:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap Edit > tap selected trip > Delete to delete the trip.
3) Tap Done to exit deletion mode.
Accessing Preflight Weather Briefing:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip from the Trips List.
3) Tap the Brief tab to view the Standard Weather Briefing for the route of
flight.
4) Tap Refresh if necessary to update the weather information.
BRIEF
When connected to a flight plan filing service provider, Garmin Pilot will retrieve
a preflight weather briefing based on the parameters of the Active Flight Plan and
Trip Plan. The Brief Tab contains a standard weather briefing for the route of flight
including:
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Terminal Weather
Severe Weather
SIGMETs
AIRMETs
Center WX Advisories
METARs
PIREPs
Terminal Forecasts
Winds Aloft
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NOTAMs
TFRs
NHC Advisories
UAS Operating Areas
Area Forecast
Convective Outlook
Notices
Flow Control
Other
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Accessing Preflight Weather Briefing:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) Tap the desired trip from the Trips List.
3) Tap the Brief icon to view the Standard Weather Briefing for the route of
flight.
4) Tap Refresh if necessary to update the weather information.
5) Tap
to expand individual fields or Expand All.
6) Tap
to collapse any of the expanded fields or Collapse All.
Tap to Expand All
Tap to Collapse All
Tap to Refresh
Weather Data
Tap to Expand/
Collapse
Brief Page
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FILING A FLIGHT PLAN
NOTE: A data connection (i.e., Wi-Fi or cellular) is required to receive preflight
weather briefings and to file flight plans.
Once all required information is entered, and after reviewing the weather briefing
and supplemental weather information, file the flight plan. The flight plan is officially
submitted via FltPlan.com. If successful, an Operation Succeeded message will
appear. If the flight plan was not successfully transmitted, a notification will provide
the reason it was not transmitted.
Tap to
Activate
Flight Plan
Tap to Refresh
Weather
Tap to File
Flight Plan
Filing Status
Route of
Flight
Winds
&
Temps
Aloft For
Flight
Plan
Total Flight
Time With
Current
Weather
Data
NavLog / Filing Flight Plan
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Filing:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) With the desired trip selected, tap File.
3) "Filed"will appear in the top left corner of the Trip Planning Page.
Amending a Filed Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) With the desired flight plan selected, tap Amend Flight Plan.
3) Make the desired changes and tap File Amendment or Discard Changes
to cancel changes and use original flight plan.
Canceling a Filed Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) With the desired flight plan selected, tap Cancel Flight Plan.
Closing a Filed Flight Plan:
1) From any page, tap Home > Trip Planning.
2) With the desired flight plan selected, tap Close Flight Plan.
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FLY
Garmin Pilot provides full en-route navigation capabilities on its moving map.
The ability to view navigation data such as ETE, ETA, crosstrack error, and distance
information. Pilots can also navigate with Garmin's patented panel view, a GPSdriven instrument panel with graphical HSI directional display and indicators for
groundspeed, geometric altitude and vertical speed. Tap and hold any location on the
map and the Radial Menu provides quick and easy access to navigation information,
including airports, navaids, current METARs, and airspace. The Radial Menu also
provides a ready means of navigating Direct To, create user waypoints or graphically
edit the route of flight. After takeoff, pilots can continue to view updated weather
information by wirelessly connecting to SiriusXM Weather through various Garmin
devices and Connext capable equipment.
MAP
The Map Page is comprised of the Map Pane and an option for split-screen. The
split-screen option allows the Map Page to be divided between the Map Pane and
one of the following options:
• Widgets
• Synthetic Vision
• Panel
• Safe Taxi
• Terrain
• Flight Profile
• Checklists
• Scratch Pad
• Traffic
The Split-screen feature is available in either portrait or landscape screen orientation.
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MAP PANE CONTROLS
The Map Pane has a number of buttons that control the Map Settings (including
Map Overlays, Radar / IR Color, Overlay Opacities, Ownship / Route, and General Map
Settings), centering the map (on aircraft or flight plan), and split-screen mode.
Control
Maps
Settings
Center on
Flight Plan
Icon
Description
Map/Chart Selection/Settings, Map Overlay Selection,
Radar / IR Color, Overlay Opacity Settings, Ownship /
Route, and General Map Settings
Centers the entire flight plan in the Map Pane. Highlighted
in blue when selected
Centers the Map Pane on the desired location.
Center on
Aircraft
Centered on GPS location
Track Up
Map
Orientation
Toggles map orientation from north up to track up. The
Icon is blue when track up is active. Track will only update
when motion is sensed. The map can be panned when in
track up but it will not update until re-centered on aircraft.
Map Pane Controls
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Active
Flight Plan
Map
Orientation
Center on
Aircraft
Button
Center on
Route Button
Map
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Map Overlay
Controls
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FLIGHT PLAN QUICK ACCESS
The Map page provides a shortcut to access the active flight plan without changing
pages. Tap the active flight plan displayed on the Navigation Bar, to show the entire
flight plan. The flight plan window shows relevant flight plan details as well. Flight
plan waypoints can be edited by tapping any row in the flight plan. Tap the active
flight plan displayed on the Navigation Bar or anywhere on the screen other than
inside of the flight plan summary to close the flight plan window and return to the
map.
If the flight plan is edited, the changes can be saved by tapping the Create Trip
button, which loads the flight plan template in the Trip Planning page to Save, File,
and Activate, as well as reviewing the weather brief for the route.
Tap to View
Flight Plan
Tap to Save
& Store
Flight Plan
Save Flight
Plan to Trip
Planning Page
Quick Access Flight Plan View
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MAP/CHART SELECTION AND SETTINGS
The following charts are available for viewing in the map area: Aeronautical,
IFR Low, and IFR High. Charts are high-resolution color images that resemble the
paper version of the National Aeronautical Navigation Products (AeroNav) published
charts. Maps are available in four different themes, Roads/Borders, VFR, IFR, and
OpenStreetMap. The Roads/Borders Map is a very basic map showing major roads,
bodies of water, borders and Flight Plan information. The VFR map is similar to a VFR
aeronautical chart, showing map information pertinent to VFR navigation. The IFR
themed map is similar to an IFR area chart, showing map information that is pertinent
to IFR flight. The OpenStreetMap themed map are high resolution detailed street
maps for enhanced situational awareness. Each map theme can be customized and
saved for future use by tapping
icon that appears when a map theme is selected.
Selecting a Map Theme or Chart:
1) Tap
> Map/Chart.
2) Tap the radio button or Map/Chart title to select a Map/Chart.
Selecting a Helicopter Chart Overlay:
NOTE: A chart basemap must be selected to display helicopter overlays.
1)
After downloading the desired Helicopter Charts, tap
2)
Tap a chart basemap (VFR, IFR Low, or IFR High).
3)
Tap a Helicopter Overlay (U.S. VFR Helicopter, Brazil VFR Helicopter, Gulf
VFR Helicopter, or Gulf IFR Helicopter).
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Tap to Display
Desired Chart
Helicopter Chart Overlay
ADVANCED MAP SETTINGS
Map Themes can be customized, renamed, and saved for future use. The Advanced
Map Settings menu provides general settings for:
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•
•
Topography (Off, Shade, or On)
Map Color (White, Green, or Brown)
Map Type (IFR/VFR)
Map Name
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Airports
Nav Aids
Airspaces
Cities
When Topography is 'On', the map color is based on topography, but topography
shading can be added to any map color.
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Roads/Borders Map
VFR Map
IFR Map
OpenStreetMap
Map Themes
Accessing Advanced Map Settings:
1) Tap
> Map/Chart > Map Name >
.
2) Tap General, Airports, Nav Aids, Airspaces, or Cities.
3) Use the sliders and selection buttons to set Visibility Ranges and Label
Sizes for map features.
4) To give the new settings a name, Tap General > Map Name, and use the
keyboard to enter a name.
5) Tap Done to save and exit, or tap Restore Defaults to restore the default
Map Theme setting.
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Tap to View Advanced Map Setup
Tap to View
Tap to
Expand
& Select
Desired
Chart
Tap Desired
Map
Map/Chart Menu
Categories
Map Item
Options
General
Topography
Map Color
Map Type
Map Name
Off, Shade, or On
White, Green, or Brown
IFR, or VFR
User Defined Name
Med Airports
Small Airports
Off - 50 nm
Off - 20 nm
Seaplane Base
SafeTaxi
Off - 50 nm
Off - 2 nm
Off, Small, Medium, Large
NDB
Off - 50 nm
Low Airways
Off - 100 nm
VOR, NDB, Intersection, VRP
Off, Small, Medium, Large
Airports
Visibility Range
Large Airports
Off - 200 nm
Heliports
Off - 20 nm
Label Size
Visibility Range
Nav Aids
Label Size
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Airspaces
Visibility Range
Airspaces
SUA Visibility
Range
Label Style
Visibility Range
Cities
Label Size
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Numerical Entry
On/Off
Class B
Class C
Class D
Off - 200 nm
Off - 200 nm
Off - 100 nm
Class E/TRSA
TMA
Control Area CTA
Off - 100 nm
Off - 200 nm
Off - 100 nm
Control Zone CTR
ATZ/TIZ/MATZ
Euro Airway
Off - 100 nm
Off - 100 nm
Off - 100 nm
Restricted
Alert/Warning
Parachute Area
MOA
Off - 200 nm
Off - 200 nm
Off - 100 nm
Off - 200 nm
ADIZ
Danger
Other
Show ARTCC
Off - 100 nm
Off - 100 nm
Off - 100 nm
FIR Boundaries
Airspace Size
Off, Small, Medium, Large
Airspace Style
Standard, Enhanced
Airspace Color
Standard, Dark
Large City
Medium City
Small City
Small Town
Off - 500 nm
Off - 200 nm
Off - 100 nm
Off - 50 nm
Large City, Medium City, Small City, Small Town
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To support the unique needs of VFR pilots flying in Europe, Garmin Pilot incorporates
VFR navigation data, including:
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Airport Traffic Patterns
Airport Entry Routing Lines
Enroute Holding Patterns
FIS Areas and Frequencies
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TMZ/RMZ Airspaces
Nature Conservation Areas
General Purpose Airspace
Avoid Overflying Areas
Class E
Airspace
Avoid
Overflight
Area
Class D
Airspace &
Frequency
Caution Area
TMZ
Airspace,
Frequency
& Code
Restricted Area
Flight Info
Service &
Frequency
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TOPOGRAPHY
Maps can display topography shading on the base map color or various colors and
shades representing land elevation, similar to aviation aeronautical charts.
Topography
Off
Topography
Shade
Topography
On
Topography
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OVERLAYS
Map Overlays provide graphical weather products, graphical TFRs, and Fuel Prices.
Tap
to expand Radar, Lightning, and Cloud types. Multiple layers in the first
two columns can be selected for display. Only one overlay in the far right column can
be selected for display at a time.
Select One
Additional
Item to Display
Tap to Expand
Display Options
Map Overlays
OPACITIES
The Opacities menu provides sliders to set the opacity for: Radar, Clouds, Echo
Tops, Lightning, AIR/SIGMETs, Route, Obstacles, Waypoints, Traffic, Turbulence, Icing,
PIREPs, Surface Features, Winds Aloft, Fuel Prices, Weather, TFRs, and Terrain.
Slide to Adjust
Display
Opacities Menu
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OWNSHIP/ROUTE SETTINGS
The Ownship/Route Settings Menu provides Ownship Display settings, Track Vector
options, Range Ring options, Runway Extended Centerlines Visibility range and style
settings, and display settings for Route Labels, Route Icons, and Wx Station Pins.
Tap to Expand
Tap to Adjust
Display
Ownship/Route Settings Menu
The Range Rings are centered on the aircraft's present position and can be
configured Off, 2 Rings, or 3 Rings. When configured for 2 Rings the range can be
set to AUTO, 5/10, 10/20, or 15/30. When configured for 3 Rings the range can be
set to AUTO, 5/10/20, 10/20/40, or 15/30/60. When AUTO is selected the Range Rings
will dynamically change from as little as 200FT to as much as 1200NM based on the
current map range
Extended Centerlines provide a graphical extension of the centerline for each
runway for all airports that are part of the Active FPL. Extended Centerlines can be very
helpful when approaching an unfamiliar airport. The Extended Centerlines Visibility
slider sets the Map Scale (OFF(default)-5NM) at which the extended centerlines will
become visible on the map. Extended Centerlines can be configured in multiple styles.
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Extended
Centerlines
(Dashed)
User
Waypoint
Route Label
Route Icon
Track Vector
Range Ring
Ownship/Route Settings
TRACK VECTOR
The Track Vector is a solid blue line segment that extends from the Ownship symbol
to a predicted location. The track vector can be configured for a look ahead time (1,
2, 5, or 10 minutes) or a look ahead distance (1, 5, 10, or 20 nautical miles). When
a look ahead time is selected the length of the vector varies based on ground speed.
The track vector is useful in minimizing track angle error and for avoiding traffic,
obstacles and terrain.
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Enabling/disabling and Configuring the Track Vector:
1) Tap
> Ownship/Route.
2) Select the Track Vector Mode Off, Time (min), or Distance (NM).
3) Select the Track Vector Length to the desired look ahead time or look
ahead distance.
GLIDE RANGE RING
This feature is an aid to estimate accessible airports and terrain if the aircraft were
forced into glide circumstances. The displayed ring updates in real time, derived from
the selected aircraft's altitude, speed, and performance details. Since Garmin Pilot
supports multiple aircraft, the Glide Range Ring refers to the current active flight plan
to determine which aircraft performance details to calculate the ring shape.
The Glide Range Ring requires glide performance details to be specified in Garmin
Pilot's settings. This is accessed through Home > Settings > Aircraft. Tap on an
aircraft (not aircraft type) to edit its details, and scroll down to the Glide section to
specify the Glide Ratio and Best Glide Speed. Refer to the aircraft documentation
for these values.
The Glide Range Buffer setting can be used to shrink the Glide Range Ring in
situations where glide performance is expected to be less than ideal, perhaps due to
shifting winds. Increasing this setting will decrease the size of the Glide Range Ring.
Enabling Shape Glide Ring for Terrain will alter the shape of the Glide Range Ring to
show intersection with terrain. Enabling Shift Glide Ring for Wind will factor in local
wind conditions when calculating the Glide Range Ring shape. Note the Glide Range
Ring uses the most recent weather data, which may be outdated if Garmin Pilot does
not have access to real time weather data over Wi-Fi or with outboard hardware such
as a GDL 39.
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Enabling/disabling the Glide Range Ring:
1) Tap
> Ownship/Route.
2)
Tap the Display Glide Range Ring switch to On.
Aircraft
Symbol
Glide
Range Ring
Tap to
Enable Glide
Range Ring
Glide Range Ring
MAP PANE
Viewing and Configuring Navigation Info on the Map:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Show Navigation Info.
3) Tap any one of the six fields to view the options menu.
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Panning the Map:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap and drag within the Map Pane to pan the map to the desired area.
3) Tap
to center the Map Pane over the route of flight.
4) Tap
to center the Map Pane over the current location.
5) Tap
again to Track Up.
ZOOMING
Map Zooming
The Roads/Borders, VFR, IFR, and OpenStreetMap maps can be zoomed from a 200
ft scale to a 500 NM.
Chart Zooming
Garmin Pilot features smart VFR Chart zooming. When a more detailed map is
available, Garmin Pilot automatically switches to the more detailed map as the zoom
is increased. For example, if VFR is the current Chart, and the app zooms in further,
the base map detail will automatically change to VFR Aeronautical scale and detail.
Continuing to zoom in over an area that has a TAC chart, Garmin Pilot will continue
to zoom in to TAC scale, or the highest level of detail available for that area. When
zooming out, the map scale will return to the selected level. For example, zooming out
on a VFR Aeronautical Chart, Garmin Pilot will change to a VFR scale.
Zooming the Map/Chart:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Pinch fingers together or tap with two fingers to zoom out, or pull fingers
apart or double tap with one finger to zoom in.
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RADIAL MENU
The Radial Menu is displayed by holding anywhere on the map area. The Radial
Menu displays context-sensitive buttons for information found within the inner
radius of the menu. The context sensitive buttons provide details for airports, navaids,
airspace, airways, obstacles, traffic, logbook tracks, and weather products. No matter
where the Radial Menu appears, it will always provide the option to navigate direct
to the location, create a user waypoint or graphically create/edit a flight plan. To
reposition the Radial Menu, simply tap-drag it to a new location. Tap outside the
Radial Menu to close. Navigation data must be downloaded in order to make use of
the Radial Menu.
Information displayed in the Radial Menu is determined by what is set in the Map/
Chart Settings. For example if airspace is turned off in the Map Settings, airspace
information will not be presented in Radial Menu searches. Traffic in the Radial Menu
is displayed in Garmin Pilot when paired with an approved, configured device.
Accessing the Radial Menu:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap on the desired area in the Map Pane until the Radial Menu appears.
3) Tap anywhere outside of the Radial Menu to exit.
Repositioning the Radial Menu:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap in the Map Pane until the Radial Menu appears.
3) Once the Radial Menu appears, tap and drag the Radial Menu to
reposition over a new area.
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Airport Info
Direct To
Create User
Waypoint
Airspace Info
Graphically
Edit Route
Weather Info
Radial Menu
Radial Menu
Symbol
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Symbol
Description
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Public Soft Surface,
Serviced Airport
Create User Waypoint
Private Soft Surface,
Serviced Airport
Graphically Edit
Route
Heliport
Airways
Solid Surface Airport,
No Services
Weather Observation
Condition
VOR/DME
Obstacle Information
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Radial Menu
Symbol
Description
Radial Menu
Symbol
Airspace
Description
VOR
Towered, Serviced
Airport
Towered, Private
Airport
NDB/DME
NDB
Marker/NDB
Logbook Tracks
Traffic
Temporary Flight
Restriction (TFR)
PIREP
Airmet
Sigmet
Winds Aloft
Seaplane Base
Fuel Price
Radial Menu Symbols
Viewing NAVAID, Obstacle, or Weather Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap on the desired area in the Map Pane until the Radial Menu appears.
3) Tap the desired menu icon.
4) Tap outside of the dialog box to close.
5) Tap outside of the Radial Menu to exit.
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Viewing Airspace:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap on the desired area in the Map Pane until the Radial Menu appears.
3)
Tap
4)
Tap the desired Airspace from the list to highlight, view.
5)
Tap Back to return to the Radial Menu, if desired.
6)
Tap outside of the dialog box and/or Radial Menu to exit.
to view the 'Airspaces' dialogue box.
Tap to
Highlight
Airspace
Radial Menu - Airspace - Class B Options
Tap to
Highlight
Airspace
European VFR Aispace - Nature Conservation Area
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Radial Menu - Airspace - Class B Shelves & ARTCC/FIR
Viewing Airport Information from the Radial Menu:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap near the desired Airport in the Map Pane until the Radial Menu
appears.
3) Tap the Airport icon.
4) The Airport information window will always show the 'General'
information, select Freq, Runways, Proc, or Fuel to view more
information.
Or: Tap
to access the Airport Info Page.
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Navigating Direct To Using the Radial Menu:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap the desired area in the Map Pane until the Radial Menu appears.
3) Tap
.
4) Within the Direct To... dialog window choose one of the nearby Navigation
Database features from the list.
Or: Choose a waypoint from one of the other tabs (i.e., Search, FPL, Recent,
Nearest, or User).
5) Tap Activate to begin navigation.
6) Tap
> Clear to stop Direct To navigation.
Viewing Approach Procedures Charts Overlaid On Moving Map:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap near the desired Airport in the Map Pane until the Radial Menu
appears.
3) Tap the Airport icon.
4) Tap the Proc tab.
5) Tap the desired approach.
Customizing an Overlaid Procedures Chart:
1) While an IAP chart is visible, tap
on the upper left corner of the chart.
2) Tap the Bottom, Default, or Top buttons to display the chart on top or
bottom of Map Pane.
3) Slide the Opacity slider to adjust the image contrast of the overlaid chart
on the Map Pane.
4) Tap the View in Binders button to view the selected chart only.
5) Tap the Map button in the chart binder view to display the selected chart
overlaid on the Map Pane.
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Removing an Overlaid Approach Procedures Chart:
1) While an IAP chart is visible, tap
on the upper left corner of the chart.
2)
Tap Remove.
GRAPHICALLY EDITING ROUTE
Editing the Route Graphically:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) In the Map Pane, tap any flight plan waypoint or flight plan leg until the
Radial Menu appears.
3) Tap
to graphically edit the flight plan. The Radial Menu disappears
and the 'Graphical Flight Plan Edit Mode' blue banner appears just below
the Control Bar.
4) Tap a flight plan leg and drag the flight plan leg to the desired location.
Select a waypoint from the list of nearby navigation database waypoints,
add latitude/longitude coordinates, insert a SAR, or create a User
Waypoint.
Or: Long press an existing flight plan waypoint until the Delete Waypoint
dialog is displayed. Tap Delete Waypoint to remove the waypoint from the
flight plan.
5) Repeat step four for each flight plan leg to edit.
6) Tap
to revert all changes since entering Graphical Flight Plan Edit
Mode.
Or: Tap
to begin a new graphical flight plan.
7) Tap Cancel to cancel or Save to save changes and exit Graphical Flight
Plan Editing mode.
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Editing Departures or Arrivals Graphically:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) In the Map Pane, tap any flight plan waypoint or flight plan leg until the
Radial Menu appears.
3) Tap
to graphically edit the flight plan. The Radial Menu disappears
and the 'Graphical Flight Plan Edit Mode' blue banner appears just below
the Control Bar.
4) Tap a Departure/Arrival flight plan leg or waypoint. The Edit SID/STAR
dialog box appears.
5) Tap Delete SID/STAR to delete or select an alternate SID/STAR from
the list and then select the desired transition from the submenu. If the
selected flight plan leg is the first leg of a SID, the dialog box will allow
the departure point to be deleted. If the departure point is deleted, the
departure point and all waypoints associated with the SID are removed
from the flight plan. The first waypoint after the SID becomes the
departure point.
6) Tap
to revert all changes since entering Graphical Flight Plan Edit
Mode.
7) Tap Cancel to cancel or Save to save changes and exit Graphical Flight
Plan Editing mode.
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Graphical Flight
Plan Editing Mode
Save or Cancel
Rubber Undo Start New
Band Button Flight Plan
Nearby
Locations
Graphical Flight Plan Editing
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DISTANCE MEASURING TOOL
The Distance Measuring Tool provides a quick and easy way to measure the distance
between two points on the map. Simply drop two fingers onto the map display at the
same time and hold both fingers on the display, a black line will appear. While holding
both fingers on the map place one arrow on a point and the other arrow on another
point and then remove both fingers from the map. Two purple push pins are placed on
the map, showing distance and to/from bearing information. Adjust the push pins as
necessary. Tap anywhere else on the display to remove the Distance Tool.
Tap Two Points Simultaneously, Then Adjust as Necessary
Distance Measuring Tool
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SPLIT-SCREEN
The split-screen option allows the Map Page to be divided between the Map Pane
and the following options:
•
•
•
•
Widgets
Panel
Documents
Charts
•
•
•
•
Flight Plan
Safe Taxi
Terrain
Flight Profile
•
•
•
•
Checklists
Scratch Pad
Traffic
Synthetic Vision
The split-screen feature is available in either portrait or landscape screen orientation.
When in split-screen, the Map Pane and the split pane function independently
essentially providing two independent viewing areas. The Map Pane is always visible
and will either be displayed on the top or left side of the display depending on the
device orientation.
SPLIT-SCREEN SELECTOR
The split-screen selector provides access to the split-screen features on the Map
page.
Using the Split-Screen Selector:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen or tap
to view the split-screen selector in
portrait view.
3) Select the desired item to be displayed in the split-screen view.
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Tap Desired Split
Screen Option
Tap to Display
Split Screen
Tap to View Split
Screen Options
Split-Screen Selector
SPLIT-SCREEN (CHARTS, SAFETAXI, TRAFFIC, TERRAIN)
Charts, SafeTaxi, Traffic, and Terrain when viewed in split-screen have the same
function, navigation, and capabilities as the full screen versions of these products.
SPLIT-SCREEN (SYNTHETIC VISION)
Synthetic Vision can be displayed in split-screen mode for enhanced situational
awareness. Split-screen mode can be viewed from either the Map or SynVis icon on
the Home Menu.
Viewing Split-Screen Synthetic Vision from the Map page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen.
Or: Tap
to view the split-screen selector in portrait vew or tap
view the split-screen selector in landscape view.
3)
to
Tap the Synthetic Vision tab.
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Viewing Split-Screen features from the SynVis page:
1) From any page, tap Home > SynVis.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen.
Or: Tap
to view the split-screen selector in portrait vew or tap
view the split-screen selector in landscape view.
3)
to
Select the desired item to be displayed in the split-screen view.
Split Screen Synthetic Vision (Portrait)
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Split Screen Synthetic Vision (Landscape)
SPLIT-SCREEN (PANEL)
The Panel is only available in split-screen and may be configured to show navigation
parameters and virtual gauges in one of four selectable views. Panel configuration
selection button/indicators are located at the bottom right of the panel.
Viewing the Panel:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Panel.
3) Select one of the four panel views options.
4) Tap
to hide the Panel.
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Configuring the Panel:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Panel.
3) Select one of the three panel options with Navigation Data Fields.
4) Tap any one of the fields and select one of the options from the list.
Navigation Data
Description
Accuracy (Horizontal) The current accuracy of the GPS determined location.
Accuracy (Vertical) The current accuracy of the GPS determined location.
The geometric altitude above Mean Sea Level (MSL) in feet.
GPS Altitude
GPS Altitude AGL
Bearing
Biometric Data
Desired Track
Cross Track Error
Distance (Dest)
Distance (Next)
ETA (Dest)
ETA (Next)
ETE (Dest)
ETE (Next)
Ground Speed
Latitude
Longitude
Next Waypoint
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The current GPS altitude or geometric height Above Ground Level (AGL) in
feet. (Requires terrain download.)
The compass direction from the present position to a destination waypoint.
Various data points from the user, collected and displayed.
The gound track desired for route of flight.
The distance and direction, left or right, the aircraft is from the desired course
in nautical miles.
The distance to the destination waypoint in the Active Flight Plan.
The distance to the next waypoint in the Active Flight Plan.
The estimated time at which the aircraft should reach the destination
waypoint, based upon current speed and track.
The estimated time at which the aircraft should reach the next waypoint,
based upon current speed and track.
The estimated time it takes to reach the destination waypoint from the present
position, based upon current ground speed.
The estimated time it takes to reach the next waypoint form the present
position, based upon current ground speed.
The velocity the aircraft is traveling relative to the ground.
Current latitude.
Current longitude.
Next waypoint on the route of flight.
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Navigation Data
Pitch
Roll
Time (UTC)
Track
Vertical Speed
WX-Station
WX-Altimeter
WX-Ceiling
WX-Visibility
WX-Wind
Description
Current pitch. (GDL 39 3D, Flight Stream 210, or Flight Stream 510 only)
Curren roll. (GDL 39 3D, Flight Stream 210, or Flight Stream 510 only)
Current time. (Coordinated Universal Time)
The direction of aircraft movement relative to the ground.
The rate of climb or descent (GPS-derived).
Facility on land or sea, with instruments and equipment for measuring
atmospheric conditions to provide information for weather forecasts.
The altimeter setting at the nearest METAR reporting station.
The ceiling at the nearest METAR reporting station.
The visibility at the nearest METAR reporting station.
The wind speed and direction at nearest weather reporting station.
Panel - Split-Screen (without GDL 39 3D/Flight Stream 210)
Geometric
Altitude (MSL)
GPS-derived
Ground Speed
CDI Scale
Virtual HSI
Distance
Next/
Destination
GPS-derived VSI
Panel Select
Button/Indicators
Panel (without GDL 39 3D or Flight Stream 210/510)
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Panel - Split-Screen (with GDL 39 3D or Flight Stream
210/510)
NOTE: The GDL 39 3D or Flight Stream 210 attitude information is only to be
used as an aid and should not be used as a primary attitude indicator.
NOTE: Extreme attitudes may degrade the GDL 39 3D or Flight Stream 210
accuracy.
The optional GDL 39 3D is a portable ADS-B receiver with added attitude (pitch
and roll) functionality.
The optional Flight Stream 210 and Flight Stream 510 are wireless Bluetooth
gateways with added attitude (pitch and roll) functionality.
When connected to the GDL 39 3D, Flight Stream 210, or Flight Stream 510,
Garmin Pilot will display a back-up Attitude Indicator on the Panel, as well as weather
and traffic. 'Pitch' and 'Roll' become available options for the Nav Bar on the Map
Pane, and Navigation Data on the Panel.
Geometric
Altitude (MSL)
GPS-derived
Ground Speed
Virtual HSI
CDI Scale
Attitude
Indicator
GPS-derived VSI
Panel Select
Button/Indicators
Panel (with GDL 39 3D or Flight Stream 210/510)
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Swapping the Attitude Indicator and HSI position:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Panel.
3) Tap
to swap the position of the Attitude Indicator and the HSI.
Tap to Swap
Attitude
Indicator
& HSI
BEFORE SWAP
AFTER SWAP
Attitude Indicator/HSI Swap
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The leveling adjustments for pitch and tilt angles are performed automatically
when the unit is powered on. However, if the unit moves or falls off the dash, it may
be necessary to command the GDL 39 3D to perform the leveling process.
Leveling the GDL 39 3D:
With the Panel displayed, tap Reset Pitch/Roll on the bottom right of the
Attitude Indicator.
Geometric
Altitude (MSL)
GPS-derived
Ground Speed
Virtual HSI
CDI Scale
Attitude
Indicator
GPS-derived VSI
Panel Select
Button/Indicators
Panel (with GDL 39 3D)
SPLIT-SCREEN (FLIGHT PLAN)
When the Flight Plan is displayed in split-screen it provides the same information
as displayed on the Flight Plan Page. When viewing the Flight Plan in Portrait all four
of the configurable data fields are visible, but when viewed in Landscape only two
data fields are available.
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DATA LINK TRAFFIC (OPTIONAL)
The GDL 39 and the GTX 345 are Bluetooth® enabled receive-only data link radios
with on-board GPS, Universal Access Transceivers, and Extended Squitter. They are
designed to receive, process, and output traffic (ADS-B air-to-air and TIS-B traffic
information) and weather (Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B)) information
to Garmin Pilot through Bluetooth.
ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) is a surveillance technology
deployed across the United States as the cornerstone of the FAA’s Next Generation
Air Transportation System (NextGen). ADS-B enables improved surveillance services,
both air-to-air and air-to-ground, especially in areas where radar is ineffective due to
terrain or where it is impractical or cost prohibitive. Initial applications of air-to-air
ADS-B are for “advisory” use only, enhancing a pilot’s visual acquisition of other
nearby ADS-B equipped aircraft either when airborne or on the airport surface.
1090 ES
UAT
RADAR
Composite
GPS
1090 ES
18,000 FT
10,000 FT
Mode A/C
RADAR
ATC
UAT
UAT
UAT
1090 ES
ADS-B
Ground
Station
ADS-B System
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For the purpose of distinguishing between levels of ADS-B service, there are three
classifications of aircraft or system capability; ADS-B In, ADS-B Out, and ADS-B
participating. ADS-B In refers to the capability to receive ADS-B information. ADS-B
Out refers to the capability to transmit ADS-B information. ADS-B participating refers
to the capability to both send and receive ADS-B information. Aircraft lacking either
ADS-In, ADS-B Out, or both ADS-B capabilities may also be referred to as ADS-B nonparticipating aircraft.
Currently, rule-compliant ADS-B Out capability in the United States requires a
TSO’ed SBAS-enabled GPS, such as a Garmin GPS 400W or similar, and one of two
possible data links: 1090 ES transponder or a 978 MHz UAT. Either data link system
is capable of transmitting the aircraft’s position, velocity, identification, and other
information every second to compatible aircraft and ground stations called Ground
Based Transceivers (GBTs).
Because 1090 ES transponders and UATs operate on different frequencies, aircraft
not similarly equipped cannot transmit/receive data link information directly to/from
each other. Instead, operation within range of a GBT is required to receive data link
information on both frequencies. The GDL 39 and the GTX 345 are unique in their
ADS-B In capability since it can receive data link information from both 1090 ES
transponders and UATs.
Thus, the GDL 39 and the GTX 345 receive traffic information directly from any
ADS-B Out aircraft within range as well as the rebroadcast of ADS-B information
from any nearby GBT. This rebroadcast is called Automatic Dependent SurveillanceRebroadcast (ADS-R) and is automatically triggered by the detection of an ADS-B
participating aircraft within the service volume of the GBT. As a 978 MHz (UAT
frequency) receiver, the GDL 39 and the GTX 345 can receive both the Traffic
Information Service-Broadcast (TIS-B) and Flight Information Service-Broadcast
(FIS-B) provided in conjunction with ADS-R services when in range of a GBT.
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FIS-B service is provided continuously, but ADS-R including TIS-B will only be
broadcast by a GBT when an ADS-B participating aircraft is within the GBT’s defined
service volume. In this case, a GBT will only rebroadcast TIS-B information relative to
the ADS-B participating aircraft. Only traffic that is within 15 nm lateral and 3,500
ft vertical of the ADS-B participating aircraft is provided in the broadcast. Nonparticipating traffic aircraft located farther than 15 nm laterally and 3,500 ft vertically
from the participating aircraft is are excluded from the information transmitted by
the GBT.
TIS-B traffic information includes non-participating aircraft detected by ATC
surveillance radar. As TIS-B data is derived from ATC surveillance radar data, TIS-B
traffic position updates typically occur every three to thirteen seconds. Therefore,
TIS-B traffic may be displayed with degraded positional accuracy. Aircraft
without operating transponders are invisible to TIS-B. Aircraft operating outside
of the ATC radar coverage area are also not displayed.
Since the GDL 39 and GTX 345 are receive-only devices, even when used onboard
an aircraft equipped with a qualifying GPS and 1090 ES transponder, a GBT may
not identify it as an ADS-B participating aircraft. The squitter of some 1090 ES
transponders, including the Garmin GTX 23ES, must be configured to communicate
the aircraft has 978 MHz receive capability in order to be identified as an ADS-B
participating aircraft.
WARNING: Do not rely solely upon the display of traffic information for
collision avoidance maneuvering. The traffic display does not provide collision
avoidance resolution advisories and does not under any circumstances or
conditions relieve the pilot’s responsibility to see and avoid other aircraft.
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WARNING: Do not rely solely upon the display of traffic information to
accurately depict all of the traffic within range of the aircraft. Due to lack of
equipment, poor signal reception, and/or inaccurate information from aircraft
or ground stations, traffic may be present that is not represented on the
display.
SYSTEM STATUS
The traffic system status is annunciated in the upper left corner of the Map Page,
as well as the lower left corner of the dedicated Traffic Page.
System Status
Receiving Air-To-Air targets from aircraft transmitting ADS-B
out on either UAT or 1090 data link. You are receiving TIS-B
traffic information for traffic within 15 nm and 3,500’ of a rule
compliant participating aircraft.
Receiving Air-To-Air targets from aircraft transmitting ADS-B
out on either UAT or 1090 data link. You will typically receive
TIS-B coverage within a minimum of 3 NM (+/- 1,000 ft) of your
current position. Other ADS-B participants not compliant with
the latest ADS-B software specifications often trigger full TIS-B
uplink services. Performance may very between ground stations.
Receiving Air-To-Air targets from aircraft transmitting ADS-B out
on either UAT or 1090 data link. With degraded TIS-B. You may
see traffic targets, but the coverage is incomplete and cannot be
relied upon.
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System Status
Receiving Air-To-Air targets from aircraft transmitting ADS-B
out on either UAT or 1090 data link. You are not receiving TIS-B
traffic information.
Not receiving Air-To-Air targets from aircraft transmitting ADS-B
out on either UAT or 1090 data link. You are not receiving TIS-B
traffic information.
Traffic Icon
Traffic Modes
TRAFFIC DESCRIPTION
ADS-B traffic operation is similar to other traffic systems, but ADS-B adds additional
symbology. The symbols used to display ADS-B traffic are shown in the table below.
The traffic identifier and altitude are displayed below the traffic symbol. A small up or
down arrow next to the traffic symbol indicates the traffic is climbing or descending
at a rate of at least 500 feet per minute. The vector line that extends beyond the point
of the traffic arrow is just further indication of the aircraft's track.
Symbol
Description
Non-threat, non-directional airborne traffic
Directional airborne Traffic with track vector. Points in the direction of the
aircraft track.
Non-directional airborne Proximity Advisory (PA). Proximity Advisories are
issued for any traffic within 6 nautical miles and +/- 1,200 ft.
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Symbol
Description
Directional airborne Proximity Advisory (PA) with track vector. Points in
the direction of the aircraft track. Proximity Advisories are issued for any
traffic within 6 nautical miles and +/- 1,200 ft.
Non-directional airborne Traffic Advisory (TA)
Non-directional off-scale airborne Traffic Advisory (TA). Displayed at outer
range ring at proper bearing.
Directional airborne Traffic Advisory (TA) with track vector. Points in the
direction of the aircraft track.
Directional off-scale airborne Traffic Advisory (TA). Points in the direction
of the aircraft track.
Ground traffic without directional information.
Directional surface traffic.
Non-directional non-aircraft ground traffic.
Directional non-aircraft ground traffic.
ADS-B Traffic Symbology
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Traffic Alerts (TA)
The GDL 39 automatically adjusts its Traffic Alert (TA) sensitivity level to reduce the
likelihood of false TAs during various phases of flight. TAs are issued for traffic when
they are predicted to be within a specified volume of airspace around your aircraft
in a specified amount of time. The protected volume and time interval varies based
on the current geodetic altitude and groundspeed. Thus, the protected volume of
airspace increases with altitude and ground speed. Refer to the following table for
details.
A Traffic Alert pop-up is displayed when alerts are enabled, the aircraft is flying
above 40 kts, and Garmin Pilot is not on the Traffic Page. When Audio alerts are
enabled a 'Traffic' voice alert is also issued.
Pinch zoom gestures on both full screen and split screen traffic pages will change
the range of the traffic displayed.
Traffic may also be displayed in Relative or Absolute Altitude if desired.
Altitude
(Geodetic)
Below 5,000
5,000-10,000
10,000-20,000
20,000-42,000
Above 42,000
Look Ahead Time
(sec.)
30
40
45
48
48
Vertical
Separation (ft.)
+/-850
+/-850
+/-850
+/-850
+/-1,200
Horizontal
Separation (nm.)
.35
.55
.80
1.10
1.10
Traffic Alerts
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Tap to View
Traffic Page
Tap to
Dismiss Alert
Traffic Alert Pop-up
Enabling/disabling Traffic Alerts:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings > Alerts.
2) Tap the General Tab.
3) Use the slider to select Traffic Alerts On/Off.
Enabling/disabling traffic data on the Map Page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Traffic.
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Viewing the Traffic Page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Traffic.
2) Tap
to change the range for the traffic rings.
Or: Use pinch zoom gesture.
Changing the altitude range:
1) On the Traffic Page, Tap Altitude Filter.
2) Tap one of the following options:
• Unrestricted: All available traffic is displayed.
• Above: Displays non-threat and proximity traffic from 9000 feet
above the aircraft to 2700 feet below the aircraft. Typically used
during climb phase of flight.
• Normal: Displays non-threat and proximity traffic from 2700 feet
above the aircraft to 2700 feet below the aircraft. Typically used
during enroute phase of flight.
• Below: Displays non-threat and proximity traffic from 2700 feet
above the aircraft to 9000 feet below the aircraft. Typically used
during descent phase of flight.
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Tap To View
ADS-B Signal
Quality
Traffic Altitude
& Vector
Settings
Selected
Traffic Info
Selected Traffic
Traffic
Range Ring
Sources Status
Range Ring
Selection
Buttons
Traffic Status
Traffic Page
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FLIGHT ID DISPLAY AND MOTION VECTOR
The Flight IDs of other aircraft (when available) can be displayed on the Traffic
Page. When a flight ID or call sign is received, it will appear below the corresponding
traffic symbol when enabled. Traffic ground track is indicated on Garmin Pilot by the
Motion Vector, a short line, extending in the direction of target movement or relative
movement. The track vector has two settings, TargetTrend™ shown as a green vector,
or Absolute shown as a white vector. Absolute vectors extend from the traffic symbol
showing the traffic's ground track. TargetTrend traffic vectors are displayed relative to
your position and ground speed. For example if traffic is ahead of you and traveling
in the same direction but at a slower ground speed, the motion vector would point
opposite of its direction of flight, indicating that you are overtaking the traffic. Thus,
the TargetTrend motion vector is relative to you, where absolute motion vectors are
based on the traffic's speed and direction. The end of the Motion Vector represents
the predicted absolute or relative location of the traffic, based the traffic's reported
track, ground speed and the Vector Duration setting (15, 30, 60, or 120 seconds).
Motion Vector
(Absolute is Shown in
White & TargetTrend
is Shown in Green)
Relative Altitude (in
This Case 500 feet
Above Own Aircraft)
Altitude Trend (Up
Arrow Indicates
Climbing, Down Arrow
Indicates Descending)
Aircraft Identification
(Tail Number or
Flight ID Number)
Example ADS-B Traffic
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NOTE: Traffic Altitude Filters and Motion Vector settings can only be changed
on the dedicated Traffic Page. The Altitude Filter and Motion Vector settings
from the Traffic Page will be used on the Map Page as well.
Enabling/disabling Flight ID Display:
1) From any page, tap Home > Traffic.
2) Tap Menu > Show Tail Numbers.
Changing the Motion Vector:
1) From any page, tap Home > Traffic.
2) Tap the Motion Vector field in the upper left corner of the Traffic Page and
select either TargetTrend or Absolute.
Changing the Vector Duration:
1) From any page, tap Home > Traffic.
2) Tap the Vector Duration field in the upper left corner of the Traffic Page
and select 15, 30, 60, or 120 seconds.
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TargetTrend
Vector
Showing
You Are
Overtaking
Traffic
TargetTrend
Vector
Showing
Traffic
Will Pass
Behind You
TargetTrend™ Vectors
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DATA LINK WEATHER (FIS-B)
WARNING: Do not use the indicated data link weather product age to
determine the age of the weather information shown by the data link weather
product. Due to time delays inherent in gathering and processing weather
data for data link transmission, the weather information shown by the data
link weather product may be significantly older than the indicated weather
product age.
WARNING: Do not use data link weather information for maneuvering in,
near, or around areas of hazardous weather. Information contained with
in data link weather products may not accurately depict current weather
conditions.
The GDL 39 and GTX 345 can also receive and, when connected to Garmin Pilot,
display Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B). FIS-B is a subscription-free
weather service that is broadcast by Ground Based Transceivers (GBTs) over the 978
MHz UAT frequency band as part of the FAA’s Next Generation Air Transportation
System (NextGen). To receive FIS-B weather information, the GDL 39 and GTX 345
must be within range and line-of-sight of an operating GBT. Reception may be affected
by factors including altitude or terrain. GDL 39 and GTX 345 supported FIS-B weather
products include METARs, TAFs, NEXRAD (Regional and CONUS), AIRMETs, SIGMETs,
PIREPs, Winds and Temperatures Aloft, and NOTAMs (including TFRs).
Viewing FIS-B Weather product and Ground Station Status:
1) From any page, tap Home > Connext.
2) Tap the ASD-B Tab.
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FIS-B WEATHER PRODUCTS
FIS-B weather broadcasts are updated regularly and may take approximately ten
minutes to transmit all available weather data. Therefore, not all available weather
data is immediately available. No pilot action is required to receive FIS-B weather
information. Weather product status can be viewed by tapping Home > Settings >
Data Services Tab > Local Weather Data Status.
When a FIS-B weather product is active on a map or in a Weather Widget, the
age of the data is displayed. The age of the product is based on the time difference
between when the data was assembled on the ground and the current GPS time.
Garmin Pilot combines the CONUS and Regional Radar into one map overlay, the
time shown is for the Regional Radar product only.
Weather Product Source,
Age & Relative Location
Weather Product Age and Source
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NEXRAD
Weather radar data is collected from radar sites across the United States. It is
combined into a mosaic for easier display and analysis. Garmin Pilot combines the
CONUS and Regional Radar FIS-B products into one map overlay (Radar (FIS-B)).
The radar data displayed is not real-time. The lapsed time between collection,
processing, and dissemination of radar images can be significant and may not reflect
the current radar synopsis. Due to the inherent delays and the relative age of the
data, it should be used for long-range planning purposes only. Never use radar data
to maneuver in or near areas of hazardous weather. Rather, use it in an early-warning
capacity for pre-departure evaluation.
Composite data from radar sites in the United States is shown. Base Reflectivity,
the lowest level radar scan can also be displayed. Base reflectivity best represents the
precipitation falling from the clouds, while composite reflectivity combines the radar
data from all altitudes into one view. Composite data is composed of the maximum
reflectivity from the individual radar sweeps at different tilt angles of the radar beam
with respect to the ground. The display of the information is color-coded to indicate
the weather severity level. Colors are used to identify the different echo intensities
(reflectivity) measured in dBZ (decibels or Z). “Reflectivity” (designated by the letter
Z) is the amount of transmitted power returned to the radar receiver. The dBZ values
increase as returned signal strength increases. Precipitation intensity is displayed
using colors corresponding to the dBZ values.
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NEXRAD Abnormalities
There are possible abnormalities regarding displayed NEXRAD images. Some, but
not all, of those include:
• Ground clutter
• Strobes and spurious radar data
• Sun strobes, when the radar antenna points directly at the sun
• Military aircraft deploy metallic dust (chaff) which can cause alterations in radar
scans
• Interference from buildings or mountains, which may cause shadows
• Poor reception from Ground Based Transceivers (GBTs) can cause portions of the
received radar imagery to not be displayed
NEXRAD Limitations
Certain limitations exist regarding the NEXRAD radar displays. Some, but not all,
are listed for the user’s awareness:
• NEXRAD base reflectivity does not provide sufficient information to determine
cloud layers or precipitation characteristics (hail vs. rain). For example, it is not
possible to distinguish between wet snow, wet hail, and rain.
• Radar base reflectivity is sampled at the minimum antenna elevation angle. An
individual radar site cannot depict high altitude storms at close ranges, and has
no information about storms directly over the site.
• Radar coverage in Canada is only available in the southern 1/4 of the country.
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NEXRAD Intensity
Colors are used to identify the different NEXRAD echo intensities (reflectivity)
measured in dBZ (decibels of Z). “Reflectivity” (designated by the letter Z) is the
amount of transmitted power returned to the radar receiver. The dBZ values increase
as returned signal strength increases. Precipitation intensity is displayed using colors
corresponding to the dBZ values.
Rain
LIGHT
HEAVY
Mix
LIGHT
HEAVY
Snow
LIGHT
HEAVY
Radar Intensity
WINDS ALOFT
Winds Aloft data shows the forecasted wind speed and direction at the surface
and at selected altitudes. Altitudes can be displayed in 3,000-foot increments up to
42,000 feet MSL or up to 48,000 feet MSL with a Sirius XM connection.
Winds Aloft are displayed using wind barbs. The wind barbs indicate wind speed
and direction and always point in the direction the wind is coming from. The wind
speed is depicted using flags at the end of the wind barb. A short wind flag is 5 knots,
a long wind flag is 10 knots, and a filled triangle is 50 knots. Wind barbs are also
color coded to indicate wind speed.
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The wind barbs always point in the direction the wind is coming from. The wind
speed is depicted using flags at the end of the wind barb. A short wind flag is 5 knots,
a long wind flag is 10 knots, and a triangle flag is 50 knots.
Icons
Description
White indicates wind speeds of 20 kts or less.
Cyan indicates wind speeds of 21-30 kts.
Light yellow indicates wind speeds of 31-40 kts.
Yellow indicates wind speeds of 41-50 kts.
Orange indicates wind speeds of 51-80 kts.
Red indicates wind speeds of 81 kts or greater.
Winds Aloft Barbs
Viewing Winds Aloft Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Winds Aloft.
3) Tap
and use the slider to view forecast winds aloft.
4) Tap
and use the slider to select the desired altitude. Altitudes are
displayed in 3,000-foot increments up to 42,000 feet MSL or up to 48,000
feet MSL with a Sirius XM connection.
Viewing Winds/Temperatures Aloft:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3) Drag the Widgets from right to left to bring the Add Widget into view.
4) Tap Add Widget.
5) Select Winds Aloft from the list.
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Or:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2)
Select the Weather Tab to view METAR, TAF, and Winds Aloft for the
selected airport.
METARS AND TAFS
METAR (METeorological Aerodrome Report) is an international code used for
reporting weather observations. METARs are updated hourly or as needed. METARs
typically contain information about the temperature, dew point, wind direction and
speed, precipitation, cloud cover, cloud heights, visibility, and barometric pressure.
They can also contain information on precipitation amounts, lightning, and other
critical data.
TAF (Terminal Area Forecast) is the standard format for 24-hour or 30-hour
forecasts. TAFs may contain some of the same code as METAR data. It typically
forecasts significant weather changes, temporary changes, probable changes, and
expected changes in weather conditions. METAR and TAF data are displayed as raw
and/or decoded text.
Viewing METAR and TAF Information:
1) Create a Widget for METAR or TAF information on the Map Page. From
any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3) Tap Add Widget, Select METAR or TAF from the list of available Widgets.
METAR or TAF information for the Departure Airports is displayed.
4) To view METAR or TAF information along the route of flight, drag
the NavTrack button. Colored push-pins show the location for the
corresponding METAR or TAF report.
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Or:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Map.
2)
Using the Radial Menu, select the airspace desired, then Wx to view TAF
for the selected airport.
Or:
On the Map page chose the 'Weather' overlay to view METAR derived
information.
MODEL OUTPUT STATISTICS (MOS)
Model Output Statistics (MOS) provides a forecast similar to a Terminal Aerodrome
Forecast (TAFs), that is updated hourly and extends out 72 hours into the future. The
MOS forecast is available for over 2,000 airports in the United States.
Viewing MOS:
1) Create a Widget for MOS information on the Map Page. From any page,
tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3) Tap 'Add Widget', select MOS from the list of available Widgets.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Select the Weather Tab to view MOS for the selected airport.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Using the Radial Menu, select the airspace desired, then Wx to view MOS
for the selected airport.
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AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
The Area Forecast Discussion (AFD) is a plain English narrative developed by
meteorologists from the National Weather Service. It is designed to provide additional
details that went into the preparation of the Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF).
The AFD contains both short and long-term analysis with an emphasis on aviation
weather.
Viewing Area Forecast Discussion:
1) Create a Widget for Area Forecast Discussion information on the Map
Page. From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3) Tap 'Add Widget', select Forecast Discussion from the list of available
Widgets.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Select the Weather Tab to view Area Forecast Discussion for the selected
airport.
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Tap to Change
Widget Type
Tap to Change
Airport
MOS & Area Forecast Discussion
AIRMETS
An AIRMET (AIRmen’s METeorological Information) can be especially helpful for
pilots of light aircraft that have limited flight capability or instrumentation. An AIRMET
must affect or be forecast to affect an area of at least 3,000 square miles at any one
time. AIRMETs are routinely issued for six-hour periods and are amended as necessary
due to changing weather conditions. AIRMETs are displayed as colored, dashed lines.
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SIGMETS
A SIGMET (SIGnificant METeorological Information) advises of weather that is
potentially hazardous to all aircraft. In the contiguous United States, the following
items are covered: severe icing, severe or extreme turbulence, volcanic ash, dust
storms, and sandstorms that lower visibility to less than three statute miles.
A Convective SIGMET is issued for the following conditions: thunderstorms, isolated
severe thunderstorms, embedded thunderstorms, hail at the surface, and tornadoes.
A SIGMET is widespread and must affect or be forecast to affect an area of at least
3,000 square miles. SIGMETs are displayed as a yellow-dashed line.
Viewing AIRMETS and SIGMETS:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > AIR/SIGMETs.
3) Tap Map Overlay Control Button and select the desired type of AIRMET/
SIGMET (i.e., Convective, Icing, IFR/MTN, or Turbulence) to display.
4) Tap within the shaded area for AIRMET/SIGMET details.
Type of
AIRMET
Tap to View
AIRMET
AIRMET/SIGMET Overlay
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Viewing NOTAMs:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap the Airport Identifier Button in the Summary Window.
Or: Tap Menu > Search.
3) At the top of the Airport search dialog select search criteria.
Search Criteria
Search
Recent
Flight Plan
Nearest
Description
Search Airport Information by State or use the keyboard to input the
identifier, or city in the search window. This creates a list of matching
airports from which to select.
Opens a list of recently viewed airports. Select desired airport from
the list.
Opens a list airports used to define the Active Flight Plan. Departure,
Destination and any other airports used as waypoints along the route
of flight.
Opens a list of nearest airports. Select desired airport from the list.
Airport Search Options
4)
Select the Airport from the list.
5)
Tap the NOTAMs Tab to view available NOTAMs for the airport.
Or:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Map.
2)
Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3)
Drag the Widgets from right to left to bring the 'Add Widget' icon into
view.
4)
Tap Add Widget.
5)
Tap NOTAMs from the list.
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PIREPS
Pilot Weather Reports (PIREPs) provide timely weather information for a particular
route of flight. When significant weather conditions are reported or forecast, Air Traffic
Control (ATC) facilities are required to solicit PIREPs. A PIREP may contain unforecast
adverse weather conditions, such as low in-flight visibility, icing conditions, wind
shear, and turbulence. PIREPs are issued as either Routine (UA) or Urgent (UUA).
Viewing PIREPs:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > PIREPs.
3) Tap the PIREP icon to display the Radial Menu.
4) Tap the PIREP icon in the Radial Menu, and select the desired PIREP for
details.
5) Tap Back to return to the Radial Menu.
PIREP Details
Icing PIREP
Symbol
Source
& Age of
Weather
Tap to Filter
by Age
Tap to Filter
by Altitude
PIREP Overlay Symbols
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PIREP TYPE
Icons
Description
Negative Icing
Trace Icing
Trace to Light Icing
Icing
Light Icing
Light to Moderate Icing
Moderate Icing
Moderate to Severe Icing
Severe Icing
Unknown Sky Condition
Sky Clear
Few Clouds
Sky Conditions
Scattered Clouds
Broken Clouds
Overcast
IMC
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PIREP TYPE
Icons
Description
Turbulence Negligible or Smooth
Light Turbulence
Light to Moderate Turbulence
Turbulence
Moderate Turbulence
Moderate to Severe Turbulence
Severe Turbulence
Extreme Turbulence
PIREP Icons
PIREPS may also be shown in the Flight Profile View, which provides a vertical cross
section display of airspace, terrain, obstacles, TFRs and weather for a planned route.
Viewing PIREPs in Flight Profile View:
1) With a flight plan selected, from any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen to enable split screen mode.
3) Select the settings wheel in the Flight Profile View, then Markers > Show
PIREPs.
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PIREPs in Flight Profile View
TEMPORARY FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS (TFR)
NOTE: Do not rely solely upon data link services to provide Temporary Flight
Restriction TFR information. Always confirm TFR information through official
sources such as Flight Service Stations or Air Traffic Control.
Temporary Flight Restrictions, or TFRs, temporarily restrict all aircraft from entering
the selected airspace unless a waiver has been issued. TFRs are routinely issued for
activities such as sporting events, dignitary visits, military depots and forest fires.
TFRs are represented as an area outlined in dark blue (special events), Yellow
(security), or Red (security or dignitary visits).
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Viewing Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR):
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > TFRs.
3) Tap within the shaded area of a TFR to view the radial menu.
4) Tap TFR in the Radial Menu, and select the desired TFR for details.
5) Tap Back to return to the Radial Menu.
Enhanced TFR Overlay (VIP)
Enhanced Stadium TFRs Advisories
Stadium TFRs advisories have been enhanced to display the event, hosting venue,
and start time along with color coding to represent the active state of the TFR.
• Blue TFRs - event occurs one to seven days in the future.
• Yellow TFRs - event occurs within the next 24 hours.
• Red TFRs - active TFR, one hour before scheduled start time.
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TFR Overlay (Stadium)
Viewing only active Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs) or within
24 hours:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> General.
3) Tap the Show All Stadium TFRs button OFF.
Tap to
Toggle
'ON/OFF'
Show All Stadium TFRs
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WIDGETS
There are six weather, four navigation, and two pilot utility products available for
selection from the Widget Type list. The products available to be displayed as widgets
are the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
METAR
TAF
PIREPs
Winds Aloft
NOTAMs
Area Forecast
•
•
•
•
•
•
Airports
AIRMET/SIGMET
Navigation
Airspaces
Checklists
Logbook Tracks
The source, product age and relative location will be displayed at the bottom of each widget.
Adding Weather Widgets:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Menu > Split Screen > Widgets.
3) Drag the Widgets from right to left to bring the Add Widget icon into
view.
4) Tap Add Widget.
5) Select a widget from the list.
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'METAR' Widget
Tap to Add
Widget
Tap to Display
Widget
Adding a Widget
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TERRAIN
WARNING: Do not use Terrain information for primary terrain avoidance.
Terrain information is intended only to enhance situational awareness.
The Terrain function displays altitudes of terrain and obstructions relative to
the aircraft position and altitude with reference to a database that may contain
inaccuracies. Terrain and obstructions are shown only if they are in the database.
Terrain and obstacle information should be used as an aid to situational awareness.
They should never be used to navigate or maneuver around terrain. Note that all
obstructions may not be available in the terrain and obstacle database. No terrain and
obstacle information is shown without a valid 3-D GPS position.
The device or external GPS receiver provides the horizontal position and altitude of
the aircraft. Aircraft GPS altitude is derived from satellite position. GPS altitude is then
converted to a mean sea level (MSL)-based altitude (GPS-MSL altitude) and is used
to determine terrain and obstacle proximity. GPS-MSL altitude accuracy is affected by
satellite geometry, but is not subject to variations in pressure and temperature that
normally affect pressure altitude sensors. GPS-MSL altitude does not require local
altimeter settings to determine MSL altitude. It is a widely-used MSL altitude source.
Terrain and obstacle databases are referenced to MSL. Using the GPS position
and altitude, the Terrain feature portrays a 2D picture of the surrounding terrain and
obstacles relative to the position and altitude of the aircraft. GPS position and GPSMSL altitude are used to calculate and predict the aircraft’s flight path in relation
to the surrounding terrain and obstacles. In this way, the pilot can view predicted
dangerous terrain and obstacle conditions. Alert windows appear to inform the pilot
of proximity to the terrain and obstacles.
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TERRAIN INFORMATION
Two views modes are available on the Terrain Page: the 360˚ view and the Arc view,
which provides a 120˚ arc outline. The areas of the terrain shaded red are predicted
to be within 100 feet below or above the aircraft. The areas in yellow are between
1,000 feet and 100 feet below the aircraft and the areas in green are between 1,000
and 2,000 feet below the aircraft. The black areas are more than 2,000 feet below
the aircraft. A projected point of impact is marked with an “X” symbol. The Altitude
Selector in the upper right corner can be configured to show, GPS derived AGL or GSL,
or SFC ELEV (Surface Elevation) from the Terrain Database.
View Mode
Altitude Selector
Range Ring
Obstacle Symbol
Terrain Color
Legend
Range Ring
Selection Buttons
Terrain Page
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TERRAIN COLOR TRANSITION
During the takeoff or landing transition only terrain that is 400 ft above the current
location is shown in red. This is to prevent from displaying a "sea of red" during
takeoffs and landings.
During the takeoff transition, the terrain colors will 'fade in' once the aircraft is
airborne and flies through 400 ft AGL, the aircraft descends more than 25 ft after
takeoff, or more than 60 seconds have passed since the aircraft was on the ground.
During the landing transition, the terrain colors will 'fade out' when the aircraft
is within 0.5nm of an airport, the distance is decreasing, and the height above the
runway is less than 200 ft.
Projected Flight Path
100 ft Threshold
Lighted Obstacle
2000 ft Threshold
Red
Terrain above or within 100 feet
below the aircraft altitude
Yelllow
Terrain is between 100 feet and
1000 feet below aircraft altitude
Green
Terrain is between 1000 feet and
2000 feet below aircraft altitude
Black
Terrain is at least 2000 feet
below aircraft altitude
Terrain Page Altitude/Color Correlation
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OBSTACLE INFORMATION
Obstacles are shown on the Terrain Map View, at or below the map range of 12 nm.
Obstacles are also shown on the Navigation Map from a range of 200 feet to 5 nm.
Nearby obstacles can also be shown on the Map Pane.
Viewing nearby obstacles:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map >
2)
> General.
Tap Always Show Nearby Obstacles button to On.
Enabling/disabling Obstacles on the Navigation Map:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Obstacles.
Standard aeronautical chart symbols are used for lighted or unlighted obstacles
taller than 200 feet Above Ground Level (AGL). Refer to the Obstacle Icons legend
below.
When selecting an obstacle from the Radial Menu, each obstacle displays the
altitude at the top of the obstacle, or Mean Sea Level (MSL). Each obstacle also lists
the actual height of the obstacle, or Above Ground Level (AGL).
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Unlighted Obstacle
< 1000’ > 1000’
AGL
AGL
Lighted Obstacle
< 1000’ > 1000’
AGL
AGL
Potential
Impact
Points
Obstacle Location
WARNING: Red
obstacle is above or
within 100’ below
current aircraft altitude
CAUTION: Yellow
obstacle is between
100’ and 1000’ below
current aircraft altitude
Terrain Obstacle Colors and Symbology
TERRAIN AND OBSTACLE ALERTS
Terrain, Obstacle, and Descent Rate pop-up and voice alerts are issued when flight
conditions meet parameters that are set within the software algorithms. Terrain alerts
typically employ a CAUTION or a WARNING alert severity level, or both. When an alert
is issued, visual annunciations are displayed and when enabled voice alerts are heard.
If the Terrain Page is not displayed, a pop-up alert appears. Tap Dismiss to
acknowledge and clear the alert, or tap Show Terrain to view the Terrain Page.
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Tap to
Dismiss
Alert
Tap to View
Terrain Page
Terrain Alert Pop-up
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Alert Type
Terrain Caution
Obstacle Caution
Terrain Ahead Caution
Obstacle Ahead Caution
Terrain Warning
Obstacle Warning
Sink Rate Caution
Sink Rate Warning
Voice Message
"Caution Terrain"
"Caution Obstacle"
"Caution; Terrain Ahead"
"Caution; Obstacle Ahead"
"Terrain, Terrain, Pull Up, Pull Up"; *"Pull Up"
"Obstacle, Obstacle, Pull Up, Pull Up"; *"Pull Up"
"Caution; Sink Rate"
"Sink Rate, Pull up"; *"Pull Up"
*"Pull Up" is repeated every 5 seconds after the initial alert until alert conditions no longer exists
Terrain and Obstacle Voice Alerts
Viewing the Terrain Page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Terrain.
2) Tap
or pinch-zoom to change the range of the terrain rings.
Configuring the Terrain Page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Terrain.
2) Tap VIEW MODE.
3) Tap 360˚ to view a 360˚ representation of terrain.
Or: Tap Arc to view a forward looking 120˚ arc of terrain.
4) Tap Altitude > AGL, MSL, or SFC to format the Altitude display.
Enabling/disabling Terrain Shading on the Navigation Map:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Terrain.
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CHARTS
FliteCharts resemble the paper version of AeroNav Services terminal procedures
charts. The charts are displayed with high resolution and in color for applicable
charts. Basic FliteCharts are included in the Garmin Pilot subscription, Geo-referenced
FliteCharts are also available for an additional paid subscription. Once downloaded,
charts can be viewed offline. Refer to the Downloads section for more information on
downloading charts. Available data includes:
Arrivals (STAR)
Departure
Procedures (DP)
Approaches
Airport Information
Charts
Garmin Pilot makes it easy to organize all of the terminal procedures for the route of
flight by creating a Binder for the departure airports, destination airports, and airports
along the flight plan route. Additional binders can also be created and customized by
adding individual charts for any airport. Terminal Procedure charts can be viewed and
downloaded from the Airport Info Page, under the Procedures tab as well.
CAUTION: A data connection (i.e., Wi-Fi or cellular) is required to download
and update charts. Before flight, be sure to check the Downloads Page to make
sure the relevant charts are downloaded on your device. Chart downloads are
only available over Wi-Fi and cellular connections, which are not guaranteed
in flight.
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Viewing Charts in a Binder:
1) From any page, tap Home > Charts.
2) Tap the desired Binder.
3) Select the desired chart.
4) Tap 'Back' to return to binder contents.
5) Tap 'Back' to return to the Binders Page.
Viewing Recent Charts:
1) From any page, tap Home > Charts.
2) Tap Recent.
Searching for Charts:
1) From any page, tap Home > Charts.
2) Tap inside the search field to access the keyboard.
3) Enter the search criteria.
4) Tap the desired chart from the list.
Creating a Custom Binder:
1) From any page, tap Home > Charts.
2) Tap New Binder.
3) Using the keyboard enter a name.
4) Tap the Binder.
5) Tap Add Chart to open a search dialog.
Or: Tap the search field to open a search dialog.
6) Enter the airport identifier using the keyboard.
7) Tap
to add the chart to the binder.
8) If desired, tap Add All Charts to add all search results to the custom
binder.
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Organizing Custom Binders:
NOTE: Route binders can not be moved around for organization.
1)
Tap and hold on any Custom Binder to enter Edit/Arrange Mode.
2)
Drag the Binder and release the Custom Binder at the desired location.
3)
Tap 'Save' to save and exit Edit/Arrange Mode.
Viewing and Organizing Procedures from the Airport Info Page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap the Procedures Tab. All available charts and procedures are shown
including Airport Info, Approach Procedures, Arrival Procedures, and
Departures. Chart titles proceeded by
will need to be downloaded.
Charts proceeded by
have already been downloaded to the device.
3) Tap the desired chart to view
4) Tap
to create a Chart Binder or add to an existing binder.
5) Enter a Binder name.
6) Tap
for each additional chart to add to a binder.
Filtering Charts:
1) From any page, tap Home > Charts.
2) Tap any Binder.
3) Tap Filter.
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Filter
Button
Recent
Button
Binder
Navigation
Back
Button
Filter
Slider
Chart Filter
JEPPESEN SUBSCRIPTIONS
In addition to the FliteCharts published by Garmin, Garmin Pilot can also be
configured to use a Jeppesen subscription for Jeppesen charts and procedures.
To sign into a Jeppesen account, or start a Jeppesen digital subscription, from any
page tap Home > Settings > Jeppesen. Once signed in, Garmin Pilot will ask to
select a single license on the Jeppesen subscription to activate. Only one license can
be active at a time, and different content may be available to different licenses on the
same account. After activating, Garmin Pilot will begin downloading the activated
content. Current downloads can be viewed by going to Home > Downloads.
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Jeppesen Subscription Settings
Jeppesen charts can be used in the same ways as Garmin charts, including organized
into binders on the Charts page and accessed through the Map split-screen. Jeppesen
charts are also Geo-Referenced, and as such will display real-time aircraft position
and can be overlaid on the moving Map. Jeppesen charts are color-coded in the same
manner as Garmin-published charts for ease of reference.
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When the Jeppesen content has been activated and downloaded, it replaces all
applicable Garmin charts and procedures on a per-airport basis. In other words,
if Garmin Pilot has both Jeppesen charts and Garmin charts for a specific airport,
Garmin Pilot will display Jeppesen charts and procedures only, and any Garminpublished content. If downloaded Jeppesen content has expired, Garmin Pilot will
revert to Garmin-published current content.
Jeppesen Charts In Charts Page
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If desired, Jeppesen charts can be disabled, and Garmin Pilot will return to the
standard Garmin charts. To disable Jeppesen charts, tap Home > Settings > Jeppesen
> Deactivate License.
Jeppesen Airway Manuals are also provided as part of a Jeppesen subscription. To
download and view these manuals, tap Home > Settings > Jeppesen, and tap the
desired manual to download or view it.
Jeppesen Airway Manuals can also be downloaded from Home > Downloads.
JEPPESEN CONTENT AND ACCOUNT SUPPORT
If there are any errors or discrepancies with charts or procedures while a Jeppesen
license is active, or if there's any issues with a Jeppesen accounts or licenses, Jeppesen
support can be reached at 1-800-353-2107 in North America, +49 6102 5070 in
Europe, and via e-mail at captain@jeppesen.com
CHART OVERLAYS
Garmin Pilot neatly integrates instrument approach procedure charts with its moving
map. Garmin Pilot can overlay approach charts at the proper position, orientation and
scale on the moving map, making approach procedures available alongside moving
map features such as flight paths, weather, navaids, airspaces, obstacles and terrain.
While displaying the Map page with an overlaid approach chart, the chart will
automatically rotate to match the map, accommodating both North Up and Track Up
map modes.
Chart Overlays is available for any Geo-Referenced instrument approach procedure
chart, which includes most FliteCharts provided by Garmin and Jeppesen charts (with
subscription).
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Chart
Overlay
Options
Chart Overlay
Overlaying Approach Chart From Charts Page:
1) From any page, tap Home > Charts.
2) Search for the desired approach chart (orange labels).
Or: Tap the Destination binder, or a custom binder, to locate the desired chart.
3)
Tap Map. Garmin Pilot switches to the Map page and displays the selected
chart, overlaid over the moving map.
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Map Button
Charts Page
Procedure Tab
Airport Info From
Overlaying Approach Chart From Map Page Radial Menu:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Map.
2)
Tap near the desired Airport in the Map Pane until the Radial Menu
appears.
3)
Tap the Airport icon.
4)
Tap the Proc tab.
5)
Tap the desired approach.
Overlaying Approach Chart From Airport Information Page:
1)
From any page, tap Home > Airport Information.
2)
Tap the Airport Identifier Button to search for the desired airport.
3)
Tap the Procedures tab.
4)
Tap Map for the desired approach chart. Garmin Pilot switches to the Map
page and displays the selected chart, overlaid over the moving map.
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While using an active instrument approach procedure overlay, Garmin Pilot will
display a settings icon
on the upper-left corner of the chart. These settings
provide options to change to another chart for the current airport, change the opacity
of the overlay (revealing more or less of the moving map below it) and removing the
overlay entirely.
View Chart in
Charts Page
Remove
Chart
Overlay
Additional
Airport
Approaches
Slide to
Modify Chart
Opacity
Chart Overlay Settings
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AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED BINDERS
Garmin Pilot creates three kinds of chart binders automatically:
• Airport information, approach, arrival and departure procedures for your
departure and destination airport.
• En-route airports in your active flight plans. These are labeled with 'FPL'.
• Your activated Direct-To airport. (Please make certain the charts are downloaded
to your device for off-line use.)
Viewing Automatically Generated Binders:
1) From any page, tap Home > Charts.
2) Tap the Departure binder to view all charts relevant to the departure
airport.
3) Tap the Destination binder to view all charts relevant to the destination
airport.
4) Tap the FPL binder to view charts for airports along the current flight plan
route.
5) Tap the Direct-To binder to view all charts relevant to the selected DirectTo airport.
Tap to View Most
Recent Chart
Tap to View
Charts for
Departure Aiport
Tap to View Charts
For Destination
Airport
Tap to Create
New Binder
Chart Binders
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ANNOTATING CHARTS
Garmin Pilot allows users to write and draw free-form annotations on charts. These
annotations are non-destructive and do not alter the original chart.
Annotating Charts:
1) From any page, tap Home > Charts.
2) Tap any Binder > Chart.
3) Tap Menu > Annotate Chart.
Or: Tap on the Chart
4) Tap
to display the Tools Palette.
5) Tap the desired tool (Draw, Highlight, or Erase)
6) Tap the desired color and stroke.
7) Annotate Chart as desired.
8) Tap Clear > Clear Annotations to clear annotations.
9) Tap Close to exit and save annotations.
NOTE: While annotating a chart, the chart can be zoomed or panned by
pinching two fingers together or by pulling fingers apart. Any other tap will
result in annotation.
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Close & Save
Annotations
Clear
Annotations
Tools
Palette
Annotate Chart - Tools Palette
Annotate Chart
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SCRATCH PAD
The Scratch Pad, allows the pilot to quickly draw or write down information on the
device screen. From copying clearances, to noting weather conditions, the scratch pad
helps keep all flight information at your finger tips.
The Scratch Pad includes the following pages:
• 2 blank pages
• ATIS template
• CRAFT template
• PIREP form
Using the Scratch Pad:
1) From any page, tap Home > Scratch Pad.
2) Tap one of the tabs to select a blank page, an ATIS form, a CRAFT form or
a PIREP form.
3) Tap
to display the Tools Palette.
4) Tap the desired tool (Draw, Highlight, or Erase).
5) Tap the desired color and stroke.
Clearing the Scratch Pad:
1) From any page, tap Home > Scratch Pad.
2) Tap one of the tabs to select a blank page, an ATIS form, a CRAFT form or
a PIREP form.
3) Tap
to display the Tools Palette.
4) Tap the Erase Tool, to erase small areas.
Or: Tap
> Clear Scratch Pad to clear the current scratch pad page.
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Inverting colors on the Scratch Pad:
1) From any page, tap Home > Scratch Pad.
2) Tap one of the tabs to select a blank page, an ATIS form, a CRAFT form or
a PIREP form.
3) Tap Menu > Invert Colors to invert colors on all scratch pad pages.
Tap to Clear
Scratch Pad
Tap to
Display
Tools Palette
Page Buttons
Scratch Pad ATIS Tab
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Scratch Pad CRAFT Tab
Scratch Pad PIREP Tab
SCRATCH PAD SPLIT-SCREEN
The Scratch Pad in the split-screen mode allows for taking notes of pertinent flight
information while maintaining situational awareness.
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Using the Scratch Pad in the Split Screen mode:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap Scratch Pad on the split-screen selector.
3) Tap one of the tabs to select a blank page, an ATIS form, a CRAFT form or
a PIREP form.
4) Tap
to display the Tools Palette.
5) Tap the desired tool (Draw, Highlight, or Erase)
6) Tap the desired color and stroke.
Split Screen Scratch Pad
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SUBSCRIPTIONS
Garmin Pilot offers the ability to purchase the U.S. Standard or Global Premium subscriptions.
Feature
Garmin Worldwide Navigation Database
U.S.
Global

Jeppesen Worldwide NavData

Terrain


Terrain Alerts
*

Obstacles


Obstacle Alerts
*
**
VFR Charts

*
IFR Low and High Enroute Charts

*
AOPA Airport Directory

Airport Facilities Directory

Canada Flight Supplement (CFS)
***
Instrument Procedures

Radar and Satellite Imagery (U.S.)


Radar and Satellite Imagery (Canada)


Radar and Satellite Imagery (Western Europe)

Radar and Satellite Imagery (Australia)

Lighting, METARS, TAFs, AIRMETs, SIGMETs, & Winds Aloft

NOTAMs and TFRs


Flight Plan Filing

Navigation Panel


Smart Airspaces


Synthetic Vision
*

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Geo-referenced SafeTaxi
*
*
Geo-referenced FliteCharts
*
*
* Add-on ** North America and Europe *** Canada and North Atlantic
SAFETAXI
SafeTaxi is an enhanced feature that gives an airport diagram with greater map
detail. The maximum map ranges for enhanced detail are pilot-configurable. SafeTaxi
diagrams show the following:
• Taxiway location letter
designator
• Runway numbers
• Airport Hot Spot areas
• Airport landmarks (i.e. ramps,
buildings, control tower etc.)
Resolution is greater at lower map ranges. When SafeTaxi is available for an airport
the SafeTaxi® button becomes active on the Airport Info Page. SafeTaxi information
is also available in split mode or on the Map Pane. Map Pane display of SafeTaxi is
based on the Map zoom level and the SafeTaxi Visibility Range set under
>
Map/Chart > Roads/Borders, VFR, or IFR >
> Airports.
Designated Hot Spots are recognized at airports with many intersecting taxiways
and runways, and/or complex ramp areas. Airport Hot Spots are outlined to caution
pilots of areas on an airport surface where positional awareness confusion or runway
incursions happen most often. Hot Spots are shown as red outlined and shaded areas
on the SafeTaxi diagram.
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Configuring the display of SafeTaxi (Subscription Required):
> Map/Chart > Roads/Borders, VFR, or IFR >
1)
Tap
> Airports.
2)
Under the Visibility Range heading, use the slider to configure the map
range at which SafeTaxi detail is displayed on the map.
3)
Under the Label Size heading, tap Off, Small, Medium, or Large labels.
Viewing SafeTaxi (Subscription Required):
From any page, tap Home > Map, pull fingers apart or double tap with
one finger to zoom in on the desired airport.
Or:
1) From any page, tap Home > Airport Info.
2) Tap SafeTaxi® to view the SafeTaxi airport diagram.
3) Tap Back to return to the Airport Info Page.
Or: From any page, tap Home > Map > Menu > Split Screen > SafeTaxi.
NOTE: SafeTaxi is only available on Maps (i.e., Road/Borders, VFR, or IFR).
SafeTaxi is not available on Charts; VFR, IFR Low, or IFR High.
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Runway
Number
Ramp Area
Building
Hot Spot
Taxiway Label
SafeTaxi
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GEO-REFERENCED FLITECHARTS
If a FliteCharts subscription has been purchased, ensure that Garmin Pilot, log-in
information has been entered in the subscriptions tab of the Settings Page. Georeferenced FliteCharts will be active on all available charts.
Blue Outline
Indicates GeoReferenced Area
Current Position
Geo-Referenced FliteCharts
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BARON MOBILE LINK™
The Baron Mobile Link™ in combination with a SiriusXM subscription provides inflight weather information including: US Radar, Canada Radar, P. Rico Radar, Satellite,
Weather, and PIREPs. The Baron Mobile Link is an external accessory that allows
Garmin Pilot to receive SiriusXM Weather wirelessly.
Activating Baron Mobile Link™:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the Data Services Tab.
3) Use the On/Off slider to turn on the Baron Mobile Link™.
Connecting to a Baron Mobile Link Network:
1) Open the iPad Settings Menu.
2) Under the Settings column on the left, tap 'Wi-Fi'.
3) If necessary, use the On/Off slider to turn on Wi-Fi.
4) Select the Baron Mobile Link from the list of available networks.
5) If necessary, enter the network password.
Viewing Radio Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Settings.
2) Tap the Data Services Tab.
3) Use the On/Off slider to turn on the Baron Mobile Link™.
4) Tap 'Connection Information' to view radio information (including
Radio ID, Service Level , Signal Quality, and Weather Imagery update
information).
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Connection
Status
Baron On/
Off Slider
Radio
Information
Weather
Imagery Age
Baron Mobile Link
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Viewing Radar Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Radar, Radar (CAN), or Radar (P. Rico).
3) Tap
to animate the radar loop. Each frame of the radar loop is time
stamped. The time stamp is just right of the play button.
Viewing Satellite Information:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Satellite.
3) Tap
to animate the satellite loop. Each frame of the satellite loop is
time stamped. The time stamp is just right of the play button.
Viewing Weather Radar:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Radar.
3) Tap
to animate the radar loop. Each frame of the loop is time
stamped. The time stamp is just right of the play button.
Viewing PIREPs:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > PIREPs.
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Viewing and Configuring the Weather Overlay:
1) From any page, tap Home > Map.
2) Tap
> Overlays > Weather.
3) Tap the Overlay button next to the Split-Screen button.
4) Select the desired option from the list.
5) Tap any of the displayed Weather Icons to view the Raw and translated
METAR information.
Center on
Aircraft
Button
Split-Screen
Button
Base Map
Menu
Map Overlay
Menu
SiriusXM Weather Overlays
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APPENDIX A: LICENSE AGREEMENT AND
WARRANTY
CONTACT GARMIN
Contact Garmin Product Support at www.fly.garmin.com if you have any questions while using Garmin
Pilot.
AOPA AIRPORT DIRECTORY NOTICE
AOPA MEMBERSHIP PUBLICATIONS, INC. AND ITS RELATED ORGANIZATIONS (HEREINAFTER
COLLECTIVELY “AOPA”) EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, WITH RESPECT TO THE AOPA
INFORMATION INCLUDED IN THIS DATA, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE
INFORMATION IS PROVIDED “AS IS” AND AOPA DOES NOT WARRANT OR MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS
REGARDING ITS ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE, SHALL AOPA BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
THAT RESULT FROM THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE OR RELATED DOCUMENTATION,
EVEN IF AOPA OR AN AOPA AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
SUCH DAMAGES. USER AGREES NOT TO SUE AOPA AND, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW,
TO RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS AOPA FROM ANY CAUSES OF ACTION, CLAIMS OR LOSSES RELATED
TO ANY ACTUAL OR ALLEGED INACCURACIES IN THE INFORMATION ARISING OUT OF GARMIN’S USE
OF THE INFORMATION IN THE DATASETS. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE LIMITATION OR
EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES SO
THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
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SIRIUSXM SATELLITE RADIO SERVICE AGREEMENT
SiriusXM Satellite Radio Inc.
Hardware and required monthly subscription sold separately. Subscription fee is consumer only. Other
fees and taxes, including a one-time activation fee may apply. All programming fees and weather data
subject to change. SiriusXM WX weather data displays and individual product availability vary by hardware
equipment. Reception of the SiriusXM signal may vary depending on location. Subscriptions subject to
Customer Agreement included with the SiriusXM Welcome Kit and available at siriusxm.com. Available only
in the 48 contiguous United States. SiriusXM WX is a trademark of SiriusXM Satellite Radio Inc.
Contact SiriusXM Satellite Radio by phone at 800.985.9200 to subscribe to SiriusXM Weather and/or
SiriusXM Radio.
WEATHER DATA WARRANTY
THE WEATHER DATA SOFTWARE PRODUCT IS PROVIDED “AS IS.” ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR OF NON-INFRINGEMENT ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED.
USER SAFETY
If you use SiriusXM Services it is your responsibility to exercise prudent discretion and observe all safety
measures required by law and your own common sense. You assume the entire risk related to your use of
the Services. SiriusXM and Garmin assume no responsibility for accidents resulting from or associated with
use of the Services. Your Radio Service includes traffic and weather information, and you acknowledge
that such information is not for “safety for life”, but is merely supplemental and advisory in nature, and
therefore cannot be relied upon as safety-critical in connection with any aircraft, sea craft or automobile
usage. This information is provided “as is” and SiriusXM and Garmin disclaim any and all warranties,
express and implied, with respect thereto or the transmission or reception thereof. SiriusXM and Garmin
further do not warrant the accuracy, reliability, completeness or timeliness of the traffic and weather
information disclosed on the Radio Service. In no event will SiriusXM and Garmin, their data suppliers,
service providers, marketing/distribution, software or Internet partners or hardware manufacturers be
liable to you or to any third-party for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special, exemplary or
punitive damages or lost profits resulting from use of or interruptions in the transmission or reception of
the Services.
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LIMITS ON OUR RESPONSIBILITY
a) DISCLAIMERS.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED HEREIN, WE MAKE NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EITHER
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE RADIO SERVICE. YOUR USE OF THE SERVICE IS AT YOUR SOLE
RISK. THE CONTENT AND FUNCTIONALITY OF THE SERVICE IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. ALL SUCH WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS
(INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT) ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED.
b) LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY.
WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES
RELATING TO THE USE OF THE RADIO SERVICE, WHETHER BASED ON NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE. OUR
TOTAL LIABILITY TO YOU AND ANY OTHER PERSONS RECEIVING OUR SERVICES, REGARDLESS OF THE
CAUSE, WILL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE AMOUNTS THAT YOU HAVE PAID TO US FOR THE SERVICE THAT
YOU RECEIVED DURING THE SIX (6) MONTH PERIOD IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO THE SPECIFIC EVENT THAT
GAVE RISE TO THE APPLICABLE DAMAGE OR LOSS. THIS ALLOCATION OF RISK IS REFLECTED IN OUR
PRICES. YOU MAY HAVE GREATER RIGHTS THAN DESCRIBED ABOVE UNDER YOUR STATE’S LAWS
This product was developed using DAFIF™, a product of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
This product has not been endorsed or otherwise approved by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency,
or the United States Department of Defense (10 U.S.C. 425)
a. Under 10 U.S.C. 456, no civil action may be brought against the United States on the basis of the
content of a navigational aid prepared or disseminated by either the former Defense Mapping Agency
(DMA), National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA), or the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
(NGA).
b. The DAFIF™ product is provided “as is,” and no warranty, express or implied, including, but not limited
to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for particular purpose or arising by statute or
otherwise in law or from a course of dealing or usage in trade, is made by NGA as to the accuracy and
functioning of the product.
c. Neither NGA nor its personnel will be liable for any claims, losses, or damages arising from or connected
with the use of this product. The user agrees to hold harmless the United States National GeospatialIntelligence Agency. The user’s sole and exclusive remedy is to stop using the DAFIF product.
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