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Thread: Learning to use the Garmin 430

  1. #21
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    Default Garmin Trainer

    Thanks guys. We're getting there... we're getting there....we're getting there. Gotta fight to the top! Oh was I spoilt by FSNav!
    Stan

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    Hi Stan,

    Good Man !

    Of course, when you get "hooked" on the Garmins you'll then enter the territory of:

    "now, which of my other planes can I fit it/them to ?"

    Alastair

    AOPA #04634067

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    Default Garmin again

    Hi Alastair
    One questions. If I'm flying VFR, as through the hills and valleys and rivers of BC, the Garmin is not really much help, except just to track your current location. I find that FSNAV is really much more practical, because you can see the whole route in one shot and zoom in to any selected part, whereas the Garmin only allows you to see where you happen to be at that moment.
    Any comment on this?
    Stan

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