This is an install only part. The price is for the part only, the installation is extra. Call or fill out the online quote form to get full install pricing. You must have us install the system once you purchase it online. If purchasing for an experimental install see note below.
Wireless Syncing, Brilliant Thinking
Once you’re off and flying, the Flight Stream 110/210 lets you use your portable device to wirelessly access information from your avionics. So, you can enhance your mobile product’s map and flight displays with graphical weather, traffic, GPS position reference, AHRS for backup attitude and 3-D synthetic vision displays – using all of the avionics you’ve already invested in and reducing clutter from individual portable solutions¹. What’s more with the Flight Stream 210, keeping flight plans in sync between your tablet and your avionics is a cinch: Enter the waypoints, airways or airports on one device, and with a tap or two, your entries are automatically transferred to the other. So, there’s no duplication of effort on your part when it comes to keeping everything in sync.
Get the Most from Your Avionics
When pairing a GNS 430W/530W series navigator and either a GDL 88 ADS-B datalink or GDL 69 SiriusXM datalink — adding a Flight Stream is an easy way to see all of the weather benefits on a higher resolution display which can include: animated NEXRAD imagery, METARs, TAFs, winds and temperatures aloft, PIREPs, NOTAMs and much more. Even better, use the GDL 88 ADS-B datalink to meet U.S. ADS-B equipage requirements for Dec. 31, 2019 and pair it with a Flight Stream to receive all of the ADS-B traffic and weather benefits right on your mobile device.
Take Action Against Distractions
On a Sirius note, if your aircraft also has a GDL 69/A SiriusXM datalink on its equipment list, you can use the Flight Stream 110/210’s Bluetooth connectivity to let your iPad or a passenger’s iPhone® double as a wireless remote for your SiriusXM satellite audio system. That way, you can access more of the safety-enhancing information you really want to see in the cockpit — while utilizing the same technology to minimize distracting interruptions from your channel-surfing audiophiles in the passenger seats.