Victor’s Vectors: See how fast and how far you flew on Google Earth


Google earth School is starting again and it’s time for kids to learn new subjects, but we don’t need to limit the fun just to our children. Garmin has released beta software that will allow G1000, G900X and G3X customers to view their track history in Google Earth.  This feature requires the G1000 or G900X to have a GDU software version of 9.10 or higher (Some exceptions apply. Contact your OEM if you have questions on if your aircraft has this feature). The G3X is required to have software version 3.20 or higher. In order to see your flight path on Google Earth, you’ll need to follow the installation instructions on our site. This track history includes all types of interesting information about the flight including position in latitude and longitude, altitude, ground speed, wind speed, wind direction, and much more. Now it’s time to take this newly found knowledge and have some fun, and don’t worry there is no test to take.

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