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Wed, Oct 01, 2008

AvMap Releases New XM Weather Package

XM WX Satellite Weather Now Available At Any Altitude

AvMap Satellite Navigation announced this week the introduction of its XM Weather package, for use with the company’s EKP-IV, EKP-IV PRO and GeoPilot II Plus GPS systems.

Pilots will now have access to constantly-updated, high resolution weather information, right in the cockpit... an invaluable asset whenever the flight path is marked by approaching storms.

"AvMap customers have always relied on our large moving maps for superior situational awareness in the cockpit," said Dan Lyons, North American Sales Manager at AvMap. "Having XM WX weather as another product feature will bring that experience to a whole new level."

AvMap GPS systems feature large, easy to view screens and numerous built-in features including Terrain and Terrain Warning, FAA Private Airport database and Victor Airways and approach data.

XM WX Satellite Weather provided by WxWorx has quickly become the industry standard in providing up to date weather data in the general aviation marketplace. Reliable and affordable, XM WX offers situational awareness that pilots have come to expect from their moving map GPS system. AvMap products will receive weather data from the WxWorx receiver (model REWX9ID).

The receiver package retails for $599.00 and includes a receiver, AvMap interface module, power cable and XM antenna. A free software upgrade to operate the WxWorx receiver is available online.

FMI: www.avmap.us, www.wxworx.com

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