With both the Dynon Dataset-Only licence and the Frequent Flyer Membership (FFM) you can use our AeroData on your Dynon SkyView systems. Here is a step-by-step checklist on how to load the datasets into your SkyView.
If you have exported everything to your Dynon USB stick, you may want to see your airport plates on your SkyView. Here is a step-by-step on how to achieve that.
How to use the "EasyVFR 4 Europe-wide VFR chart for Dynon" and other third party charts on your Dynon SkyView system? We'll tell you step-by-step.
This article provides a step by step guide to setup EasyVFR4 to send & receive flightplans to/from Dynon SkyView EFIS systems.
Export AeroData for AFS with PocketFMS desktop
Whether you are a "North Up" or a "Track Up" pilot. Both preferences are supported by Dynon SkyView. What many don't know is that you can change the default "Up" for when you have a chart enabled and when not. By default Dynon, has Track up disabled when a chart is loaded. You can easily enable this and even switch between both modes quickly. In this article, we'll show you some "hidden" tricks that are useful to know!
SkyView’s default style differs from the map styles used in Europe. No guarantees of any sort, but by using this document and the SkyView configuration file that comes with it you can make the airspaces have a more familiar European look & feel.
If you have an FFM licence, you're allowed to use AeroData, airport plates and area charts in your SkyView panel(s). Here we will tell you how to get that data into your panel.
A number of methods exist to get your Dynon SkyView up-to-date. Here's an overview of what will be transferred.
Transferring your data to the Dynon Avionics USB stick using EasyVFR 4.
If you haven't moved to using EasyVFR 4 yet, EasyVFR 3 can help you out with filling your Dynon Avionics USB stick.
Download just the aviation- and obstacle data files for your SkyView from your personal web page.
Via the Dropbox delivery system, the entire contents of your Dynon USB stick will be created in an online folder via Dropbox