Part of the Garmin Connext™ family of flight connectivity solutions, the Flight Stream 110/210 is a small wireless gateway that is easily installed in your aircraft, enabling a combination of up to 4 compatible tablets or phones to stream information to and from your avionics system via Bluetooth®. The Flight Stream 110 offers GPS, attitude, weather and traffic streaming from the GDL 88 ADS-B datalink and GDL 69 SiriusXM™ datalink, while the Flight Stream 210 adds the capability for flight plan syncing with the GTN 750/650 series and GNS 430W/530W series navigators as well as the ability to display attitude information using an on-board AHRS¹.
Garmin Connext Website As a result, you’re able to use your mobile device’s touchscreen as a true cockpit interface – capable of transferring flight plans, streaming high quality GPS and AHRS attitude information to Garmin Pilot’s 3-D synthetic vision display, graphically depicting subscription-free weather and traffic with our patent-pending TargetTrend™ traffic and SURF technology display, controlling your SiriusXM system’s audio entertainment channels and much more¹.
Works exactly as it should with a Garmin 400w (430w minus the nav/coms). There are a couple EXCELLENT youtube videos showing pilots transferring flight plans from Foreflight to a 430/530. It works perfectly. Complicated plans that would take 10+ minutes to knob in are done in seconds via Foreflight and the 210. Its an expensive box to do just one thing, but Id never operate a GNS unit without it. That was a bit of hyperbole... it does do more than just that one task, but for my specific aircraft, thats all I have it doing.
Great little box. Provides excellent data to three tablets.
The Flightstream 210 comes with a connector kit that would be wired to power and ground. It would connect to the GNS 530W via RS232. A wiring harness can be ordered along with the Flightstream. Please indicate this request at time of purchase.
Yes it is. Per Garmin, we can only sell the Flight Stream for experimental aircraft though. For a certified aircraft, you would need to go to a certified Garmin Dealer.
Yes, however Garmin only allows us to sell the FS 210 (11-13058) to experimental aircraft. For certified you must go to a Garmin dealer to have this professionally installed.
No, the FS 210 is not compatible with the GNS 480.
The GDL series is for ADS-B information only. The FS 210 is for sharing flightplan information and is not connected to ADS-B.
Garmin does not list the GDL 90 as a compatible device with the Flightstream 110.
No, the Non-WAAS 430/530 software is not compatible with the Flightstream 210.
No, you will connect the GDL 39 3D directly to the 530W. See part number 11-12375 for more information.
No, the Garmin Flightstream does not require a subscription.
Yes. The Flightstream 210 can operate synthetic vision from Foreflight.