50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

Airmate and Dynon partner to offer affordable VFR/IFR aviation data for SkyView users

Download: Printable PDF Date: 25 Mar 2023 08:08 (UTC) category:
Publisher:
Airmate and Dynon partner to offer affordable VFR/IFR aviation data for SkyView users - Manufacturer publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes

Airmate and Dynon Avionics announced a new partnership that enables US-based SkyView pilots to access Airmate's comprehensive and updated Aviation Data. Additionally, using Airmate's free EFB app, it is possible for training purposes to load SID, STAR, RNAV approaches and export, via Wi-Fi, a flight plan including all approach waypoints to SkyView’s flight plan. Airmate database includes all IFR approaches in the US. SkyView Data for other regions, including Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, North America, and Pacific are also available.

Daniel Mavrakis, Founder of Airmate, commented: "We are excited to partner with Dynon and offer our database to SkyView pilots who are looking for an affordable and reliable solution for their navigation needs. Our databases are constantly updated with the latest information and provide high-quality charts and plates that enhance situational awareness and safety."

Michael Schofield, Dynon’s Director of Marketing, said: “We are impressed by Airmate's database quality and features, and we are excited to offer it as an option to SkyView customers,. Airmate's Aviation Data will give our US customers access to high-quality VFR and IFR charts, plates, and airport diagrams at a compelling price."

The Airmate USA Data subscription includes:

  • US Sectionals and US IFR raster charts.

  • All FAA approach plates and airport diagrams, georeferenced.

  • Digital database updates every 28 days at each FAA cycle that includes all airfields, controlled and

    restricted airspaces, radio beacons, waypoints, and obstacles for the entire US, including Alaska & Hawaii.

    To make installation easier and smoother, subscribers can use the Airmate Data Manager app. Available on both Windows and MacOS, this free app automatically checks for available data for your subscription, allows pilots to select the desired charts and plates, and then downloads and programs the USB drive with the selected data.

 





Recommended

XTI Aerospace files new U.S. patent application for TriFan 600 VTOL aircraft

XTI Aircraft Company submitted a patent application (non-provisional) with the U.S. Patent and Trade Office and filed notice with the 157 countries participating in the Patent Cooperation Treaty for i...

Saudi Arabia groundbreaking Air taxi trial set to transform Hajj travel for pilgrims

Saudi Arabia has successfully conducted its first air taxi trial in Mecca, setting the stage for deployment in the coming years and transforming Hajj transportation for pilgrims. Led by the Gener...

Cessna Citation Ascend test program soars ahead as second flight test article successfully takes flight

Second Cessna Citation Ascend flight test article (P1) as certification momentum builds for the newest Citation business jet. The milestone flight follows the Ascend prototype, which completed it...

Nautilus Aviation Bell 407GXi helicopters reach 3,000 successful flight hours

The Bell 407GXi fleet under Nautilus Aviation, one of Australia’s premier helicopter operators with more than 25 years of flying experience, has now clocked 3,000 successful flight hours. In Mar...

Android Apps development in Riga, Latvia The drones news