Logbook capability for GPS navigation and guidance avionics introduced by Garmin

OLATHE, Kan., 3 Aug. 2015. Garmin International Inc.in Olathe, Kan., is introducing electronic logbook capabilities built-in to the Garmin Pilot navigation and guidance application for iPad/iPhone and seamless integration with flyGarmin.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

OLATHE, Kan., 3 Aug. 2015. Garmin International Inc.in Olathe, Kan., is introducing electronic logbook capabilities built-in to the Garmin Pilot navigation and guidance application for iPad/iPhone and seamless integration with flyGarmin.

While flying with Garmin Pilot avionics, the logbook feature provides automatic record keeping of commonly recorded data pertaining to each flight. Information such as date, total duration of each flight, number of takeoffs and landings, and route all are sorted and saved for reference across Garmin Pilot devices and within flyGarmin.

Built-in redundancy also enables pilots to make manual logbook entries via the flyGarmin website or Garmin Pilot app, where both entries are automatically synced and stored to display the same information.

Additional capabilities include the ability to record endorsements, track flight currency, and generate historical flight reports. In addition to electronic logbook documentation, Garmin Pilot has Nearest navigation functionality so pilots can see the nearest airport, navigational aid, airspace, or facility, relative to their location.

Related: Garmin offers ADS-B avionics for business jets using existing cockpit electronic components

For more information contact Garmin online at www.garmin.com.

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