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    Midwest Sport Aviation, LLC is pleased to be introducing the AeroPalm GPS Aviation Handheld solution. This device or software is designed to meet the needs of the VFR Pilot but also has many aids for the IFR Pilot. Available in several configurations. You may purchase your aviation gps with a palm device including a GPS in many types of devices. This is VERY competative to the garmin ique 3600a in price. If you have a PalmOS based device such as a Palm Treo 650, Treo 600, Garmin iQue 3600, or iQue 3200, Tungsten E, E2, T2, T3, T5, or a new Palm T|X, you may click on our download page and try it for free. The evaluation Palm aviation GPS software will operate in a simulation mode so you may do some Couch flying.
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    Thought some of the fellow pilots might like this.

    Palm Based Aviation GPS and Flight Planning Kit

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    http://aeropda.com/AeroPalm-Information.html


    Posted By: Ryan on Tuesday, July 11, 2006 12:51:26 PM
    Midwest Sport Aviation LLC, has released a new Palm handheld based GPS solution for both the Sport Pilot and the general aviation market. The AeroPalm Aviation GPS is a flight planning and moving map solution that runs on Palm OS devices.

    Features of the AeroPalm Aviation GPS include flight planning, fuel planning, weight and balance, flight plan form for calling the FAA, E6B calculations, moving map with airports, airspace including special use and MOAs, obstacles, and nav aids. Also included is a proximity page, HSI, altitude, ground speed, vertical speed and an attitude approximater, as well as an emergency GO-TO function to direct you to the nearest airport in the event of an emergency.

    It is available either as a complete Aviation GPS package or separately as a software on Palm handhelds and Treos as well as the Garmin iQue 3600, 3200, and 3000 and most other Palm OS Devices. The solution also works on the newly released Treo 700p.
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    Thanks guys.
    I'm a PPL student and GPS info in T&T is limited.
    Therefore, I'm thinking of getting CoPilot, especially with the much lower "software only" price. Any of you have experience with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE
    Damn you Jack!! I knew if anyone would have posted it, it would have been you. I even searched too, I felt special till they merged and brought your thread to the surface.

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