Garmin GTN Trainer
By Garmin DCI
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
The Garmin GTN 650 / 750 Trainer allows you to experience the pilot interface and provides an on-the-ground environment to learn the basic operation of the avionics. Train Like It's the Real Thing!
The GTN 650 / 750 Trainer includes:
• Simulated multi-touch and drag interface – allows you to interact with the system, graphically edit flight plans and much more
• Garmin SafeTaxi – allows you to view detailed airport information on the moving map
• Garmin FliteCharts – allows you to view published approach charts
• High resolution worldwide terrain maps and aviation databases
• High resolution obstacle databases including powerline alerting
• Simulated interfaces and data including:
Garmin GDL 88 ADS-B and TCAS Traffic with TargetTrend™ Relative Motion
Garmin GDL 88 FIS-B Weather
Garmin GDL 69 with SiriusXM Weather
Garmin GWX 70 Weather Radar
L-3 Avionics WX-500 Stormscope Lightning Detection
Garmin GMA Series Audio Panel Control
Garmin GTX Series Mode S Transponder Simulation
* Notes: The GTN 650 / 750 Trainer runs on Apple iPad 2 and newer. Supports 32 and 64-Bit Devices.
* This app contains simulated data and does not receive data from or interact with real Garmin avionics. This app should not be used for actual navigation purposes.
What's New in Version 6.41.0
The GTN 650/750 iOS Trainer has been updated to GTN 650/750 software version 6.41. This new software update includes the following new capabilities:
Visual approach guidance
Visual approach guidance is now available within the GTN 650/750, which provides advisory vertical guidance in visual flight conditions based on a published glide path angle or a three-degree glideslope from the threshold of the runway, while considering terrain and obstacle clearance. When selecting a visual approach, pilots can choose the runway of intended landing and select vectors for the final approach intercept to assist them in flying a stabilized approach. When a flight plan is loaded, the GTN will also provide a shortcut to optionally load and activate a visual approach when the aircraft is within 5 miles of the destination airport if an approach is not already selected. By utilizing visual approach guidance within the GTN, pilots are provided a more stable descent and precise flight path throughout the approach and landing phases of flight while operating in visual conditions.
LNAV+V approaches without WAAS/SBAS
Pilots operating into airports throughout the world that are not served by WAAS/SBAS can now receive advisory vertical guidance (LNAV+V) while flying LNAV approaches with the GTN 650/750. By taking advantage of the advisory glideslope offered by the GTN, pilots can more easily fly a stabilized descent while flying LNAV approaches.
On-screen flight controls
On-screen flight controls are now available for the GTN 650/750 iOS Trainer, providing easy access to the most commonly used flight controls of airspeed, altitude and heading. These controls supplement the existing demo menu options and offer an intuitive way to “fly” the simulated aircraft. Pilots can change between manual and flight plan track modes on the fly, simulating either manual flight or an autopilot-like experience, respectively.
New configuration options
The GTN 650/750 iOS Trainer now allows pilots to select between fixed-wing and rotorcraft airframe simulations. Additionally, the GTN 650/750 iOS Trainer’s terrain configuration has been upgraded to enable TAWS-B and HTAWS demonstrations based on which airframe the pilot has selected.
New update is nice
I'm hoping Garmin is working on an update that will allow two iPads connected somehow over or Bluetooth...so we can run GTN trainer on one iPad and TXi trainer on the other and have them work together like in the airplane. Now that would be awesome training!
hope they updated the airports
This app has been deceptive for a long time. Avionics shops as well as Garmin sales reps use this ap to sell the GTN product. once you spend tens of thousands of dollars you find out that the smaller airports in the app don’t appear in the GTN. Garmins response is it’s just an app. extremely deceptive especially if you used the database in the app to make a purchasing decision