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Jeppesen Charts Available On FlightMax Entegra

CMax Shows Approach Plates, Overlays

Avidyne has announced that Jeppesen’s JeppView® Electronic Airway Manual charts will be available on FlightMax Entegra, EX5000, and EX500 multifunction displays.

CMax™ Approach Charts, Avidyne’s innovative implementation of this electronic chart capability, displays approach charts and airport diagrams with an overlay of the pilot’s flight plan and present position. CMax provides on-demand access to the worldwide library of JeppView electronic charts and airport diagrams, and dramatically improves the pilots ability to manage cumbersome paper charts. At startup, the departure airport chart is automatically displayed for ease of orientation, which is especially valuable at unfamiliar fields. The destination airport diagram and the list of available approaches are automatically loaded at the time your flight plan is entered, and can be viewed easily using the Auto-fill capability, and the pilot can easily select and view any approach chart for any airport in the database.

“We’re excited to offer CMax capability on our FlightMax Entegra, EX5000, and EX500 customers,” said Mark Sandeen, Avidyne’s vice president of sales and marketing. “CMax allows our customers to easily access their charts electronically, which means less paper in the cockpit and unmatched situational awareness during the demanding approach and landing phases of flight.”

“We are very excited to be working with Jeppesen to unleash the age of the paperless flight deck,” said Avidyne president, Dan Schwinn. “We have seen a clear shift toward electronic charts as pilots and regulators become familiar and comfortable with the new technology.”

FMI: www.avidyne.com, www.jeppesen.com

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