The GTN PC Trainer simulates the behavior of the GTN system interface and provides you with a safer, on-the-ground environment to learn the basic operation of the system. The GTN PC Trainer operates on Windows XP, Windows Vista®, and Windows 7 platforms (Mac® operating systems are not supported). Click the Requirements tab for the minimum systems requirements.
Train Like It's the Real Thing
The GTN PC Trainer version 2.00.1 and higher versions include:
Simulated touch and drag interface – allows you to interact with the system, graphically edit flight plans and much more using the mouse cursor
Garmin SafeTaxi – allows you to view detailed airport information on the moving map
Garmin FliteCharts – allows you to view published approach charts
High resolution terrain maps and TAWS-B audible alerts
Combination GTN/GDU 620 mode – interfaces with the G500/G600
PC Trainer and additional on-screen flight controls for a more robust glass cockpit experience
Simulated traffic targets and GDL 69 XM® weather data – allows you to experience the enhanced situational awareness offered by these additional products
Resizable application windows to fit most screen resolutions
Electronic manuals – includes Trainer User’s Guide, Pilot’s Guides and Cockpit Reference Guides for GTN and G500/G600, as well as WAAS FDE Prediction Program instructions
Due to the graphic-intensive nature of the GTN simulator, it should be the only application running on your PC. In some cases, even though your computer meets the minimum PC requirements, the simulator may not function properly. This is due to the unique configuration of each computer and the extra processes that are utilized by that computer.
These requirements are essential for successful installation and operation of the combination GTN/GDU 620 PC Trainer. Standalone GTN Trainer mode may still operate if your system does not meet these requirements; however, your system must meet these requirements to be eligible for additional support.