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The hardware cost is $17,250 and the installation cost will be determined by the avionics shop. Data plan is $300 per year for Iridium and Airtext network connection including the first 500 text messages. Additional messages are 5 cents each. Voice calls are $1.25 per minute with a pre-paid Iridium sim card. Email headers are sent to the airplane, user selects those to see the body of the text. Price is per header and length of email message.

The hardware cost is $9,750 and the installation cost will be determined by the avionics shop. Data plan is $300 per year for Iridium and Airtext network connection including the first 500 text messages. Additional messages are 5 cents each.

The hardware cost is $6,450 and the installation cost is $0! Data plan is $300 per year for Iridium and Airtext network connection including the first 500 text messages. Additional messages are 5 cents each.  Email headers are sent up automatically for 10 cents each when you are going over 50 knots which contain the subject line, from, and timestamp. Selected emails can then be downloaded in a text only format for between 25 cents and 1 dollar.

The hardware cost is $4,950 and the installation cost is $0! Data plan is $300 per year for Iridium and Airtext network connection including the first 500 text messages. Additional messages are 5 cents each.

The Bulkhead Map and Annunciator is a 10.1″ high definition moving map that can also notify users when they have Airtext messages waiting. The flight data is provided to the unit using Bluetooth Low Energy sent from an Airtext, Airtext+, or an AirtextLT. The unit will automatically power on and off with the cabin electronics if it is connected to 5 Volts using the supplied right angle USB cable.

The Message Annunciator is a 3” E-PAPER display used to inform the pilot that there is a message waiting for someone in the plane.

 Once the Airtext app is opened and the message is reviewed, the annunciation will be cleared.

Airtext is proud to announce a new product that will improve landings and provide accurate above the ground callouts to assist in the landing process. Landings account for more than 40% of accidents in aviation. A stabilized, consistent and accurate approach can minimize landing problems.

Traditionally the main criteria for round-out and flaring an airplane is based on depth perception. Truly, landing is in essence an art based on visual cues processed by the pilot. Land-DAR can change this art of landing into more of a science with specific information as to height above the runway.
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