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More features, more app support, and more value. It's the latest generation of aviation's most trusted ADS-B receiver. Learn More
Sentry is a compact, affordable ADS-B receiver specifically made for ForeFlight. In addition to popular features like ADS-B weather and traffic, Sentry also includes a carbon monoxide detector to warn of dangerous conditions in the cockpit. Learn More
The XGPS170D combines a WAAS GPS and a dual band (978/1090 MHz) ADS–B receiver to weather & traffic information for aviation apps. The receiver works with many EFB apps including AcPlan EFB, eKneeboard, FltPlan Go, FlyQ EFB, iFlyGPS, WSI Pilotbrief, and WingX Pro7. It connects to up to 2 devices via Bluetooth, and is compatible with iPad, Android and Windows tablets. The internal battery lasts 5 hours of continuous operation, and the receiver can be charged with the included 12–30V adapter and wall charger. A non–slip pad is also included for convenience.
$200 mail-in rebate with subscription
Nothing beats SiriusXM Satellite Weather for making smart in-flight decisions, and the new GDL 51 makes it easier than ever to view this high quality information on your tablet or portable GPS. Learn More
Up to $400 in rebates!
You can have it all with the GDL 52 from Garmin: SiriusXM satellite weather and audio, subscription-free ADS-B weather, dual band ADS-B traffic, GPS position, even backup attitude information. Learn More
Subscription-free weather, dual band traffic, GPS, and AHRS for Garmin GPSs and the Garmin Pilot app. Learn More
Buy Scout and receive a free USB battery pack!
The smallest, least expensive way to add weather to ForeFlight. Learn More
Made for ForeFlight
The easiest and most affordable way to fly with subscription-free weather, Sentry Mini weighs less than 2 ounces but still delivers all the essential features for cross country flying. Learn More
Plug-in GPS for your iPad means no pairing and no batteries to charge. Learn More