Sun, Dec 28, 2008
Company Adds Jeppesen NavData To Package
Midwest Sport Aviation, LLC has reached an agreement with
FlightMaster to become the worldwide distributor for its GPS
software. MSA will presently discontinue marketing AeroPalm, but
will continue to support present customers and provide a free
migration for those wanting to switch to FlightMaster.
"The developer has expressed that he felt we should both focus
on FlightMaster and discontinue the AeroPalm brand," said Steve
Syvertson, VP of Midwest Sport Aviation LLC. "We agreed to this,
and as a result, Midwest Sport Aviation, LLC is the exclusive
worldwide distributor for FlightMaster. This agreement will enable
development to focus on making FlightMaster better while Midwest
Sport Aviation, LLC will be focusing on the marketing.
"We are very happy that FlightMaster now has an agreement with
Jeppesen to add Jeppesen NavData support to FlightMaster. All
future updates will be going into FlightMaster, and our existing
customers will benefit by switching to FlightMaster because they
will be able to go to Jeppesen and purchase updates to NavData as
Those having a Palm PDA like the Palm TX, Tungsten E2, Treo
phone, or Palm Centro phone may want to check this aviation GPS
out. With many pilots utilizing GPS devices for navigation, a
backup GPS can keep you going without added stress in the event
that a primary GPS unit was to fail.
A complete ready-to-fly aviation GPS based on a Palm TX may be
purchased for under $450. The software is available for $149,
including the initial aviation database from Jeppesen.
Midwest Sport Aviation, LLC, based at the Richland Center
Airport (93C) in Richland Center, WI markets products and solutions
for the needs of sport pilots.
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