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Flying the True Flight GPS

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August 2005-

Last month I spoke about my hunt for a navigation system to go into my new sport airplane and, after investigating the possibilities, I settled on a portable GPS system from True Flight (aviationsafety.com; 866-443-3342).

The unit I purchased—a Flight Cheetah FL250—had a large and bright display screen, a remote-mounted computer box and a plug-and-play interface with the WxWorx Data Link to provide satellite weather reception.

I’ve operated the unit for the last few months and I’m basically pleased with its performance. But first, let me list the disclaimers—which I’ll begin with by quoting myself from last month’s article: “True flight is a small company and, as such, there are some minor gaps in the things they are doing.

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