New Training Opportunity at AERO Friedrichshafen


AERO Friedrichshafen attendees will have the chance to get an even more in depth look at our GTN 750/650 series touchscreen navigator this year. The popular European tradeshow – which will take place April 5-8 in Friedrichshafen, Germany – has regularly hosted seminars and forums covering our broad aviation product line, and we’re excited to introduce a more intensive hands-on product training option.

These daily classes which are free of charge, will be tailored for both current GTN 750/650 series touchscreen owners as well as prospective customers looking for a hands-on experience with the avionics. Hosted by a Garmin training expert, the courses will feature detailed and dedicated pilot training topics as well as hands-on experience using actual GTN series touchscreen navigators in real-life practice scenarios. Each course will be one-hour in duration, followed by a one-hour question and answer period with the Garmin instructors.

GTN 750/650 touchscreen navigator.

Courses will include:

Topic Location Language Time
Managing Databases – FlyGarmin and Database Concierge Bern Conference Room English 10:00-12:00
GTN Flight Planning – Basic Bern Conference Room English 12:00-14:00
GTN – Enroute Navigation Bern Conference Room English 14:00-16:00
GTN – Arrival and Approach* Bern Conference Room English 16:00-18:00

*Note – Saturday April 8 training session will exclude the final section, “GTN – Arrival and Approach.” Instead, the prior session “GTN – Enroute Navigation” will be extended by one-hour.

No sign up is required, and all AERO Friedrichshafen classes will be provided free of charge, April 5-8. For more information about the AERO Friedrichshafen training opportunities or any of our award-winning Garmin courses, contact our training team at For all the latest announcements, news and stories, be sure to follow our Garmin Aviation channels on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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