Victor’s Vectors: Now get Garmin’s popular Panel Page on your iPad


PMC Tablet CoverFor those of you familiar with Garmin’s aviation portable GPS units, you probably get a mental picture when I mention Garmin’s Panel Page. For those of you not familiar with the Panel Page it's a GPS derived instrument pack that displays an airspeed indicator, altimeter, VSI and HSI. This feature has been a very popular feature for years and has assisted several customers with guiding their plane to safety when everything else in their cockpit goes dark. Now with Pilot My-Cast by Garmin you can get this useful instrument pack on the big display of an iPad. The GPS information can be supplied by the internal GPS of a compatible iPad, but an external GPS receiver is recommended for accuracy of the information. This feature is a great addition to the overwhelming usefulness of Pilot My-Cast which includes geo-referenced sectionals, approach plates, IFR enroute charts, fuel prices, aviation weather and flight plan filing via DUAT(S). If this is starting to peak your interest check out the website or the list of additional features below and give Pilot My-Cast a try for FREE from the iTunes store.


Additional Pilot My-Cast features include:

  • Designed by pilots specifically for the iPad PMC iPad-screenA
  • Maps include: Animated radar, AIRMETs/SIGMETs, Lightning, PiREPs, METARs/TAFs, Winds Aloft, TFRs, Infrared and Visible Satellite and Prog Charts
  • Aircraft icon moves along route when using the NavTrack feature
  • Extensive text product widgets include: METARs, TAFs, Winds Aloft, PiREPs, AIRMETs, SIGMETs, Area Forecasts and NOTAMs
  • Airport Diagrams, Approach Charts, and Sectionals
  • Dynamic weather overlays with your route displayed on map
  • AOPA Airport Directory
  • Flight plan filing via DUAT(S)
  • flyGarmin integration
  • Comprehensive aviation weather data direct from the National Weather Service and Environment Canada

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