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Garmin Flightstream 110 / 210 For Experimental Aircraft

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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.
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  • Simplifies and streamlines your cockpit management
  • Works with the Garmin Pilot™ app on your compatible Apple® device and select Android™ tablets or phones
  • Enables traffic and weather from your avionics to be viewed within Garmin Pilot on your tablet
  • Easily load flight plans – including airways – from Garmin Pilot to your GTN™ 750/650 series or GNS 430W/530W series navigator (Flight Stream 210 only)
  • Provides rock-solid GPS location and AHRS attitude information to your tablet’s Garmin Pilot navigation display


Physical Characteristics:
  • Width: 2.74" (7.0 cm)
  • Height: 0.92" (2.3 cm)
  • Length: 3.93" (10.0 cm)
  • Unit weight: 0.156 lbs (0.07 kg), excluding connector kit; 0.27 lbs (0.12 kg), including connector kit
General Specifications:
Flight Stream Transceiver Specifications
  • Operating temperature range: -20° C to +70° C
  • Input voltage range: 9.5 to 33.0 VDC
  • Software compliance: RTCA DO-178B Level E
  • Environmental compliance: RTCA DO-160F
  • TSO compliance: TSO-C157, DO-267A
Bluetooth® Specifications
  • Version: 4.0
  • Class: 2
  • Transmitter power: 4 dBm (2.5 mW)
  • Effective unimpeded range: 33 ft (10 m)
Power Specifications
  • Max current @ 28 VDC: 50 mA
  • Max current @ 14 VDC: 100 mA


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.

January 17, 2018

Great little box. Provides excellent data to three tablets.

Forrest A
December 16, 2017

Great product, but it has longevity issues. I purchased a new one to replace a unit that failed after 5 years.

Ted G Verified Purchase


September 14, 2021


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Q: How is the Flightstream 210 powered, and what does it connect to? I have a GSN 530w. Does it connect via serial directly to it, and also does it come with wiring harness? Thank you,

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.

Q: Is the Flight Stream 210 approved for certified aircraft?

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.

Q: I have a gps 400w instaled in my aircraft and certified ,can I install a Flighstream 210 and works with my miniIpad with jeppesen and garminpilot suscriptions.

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.

Q: Can the Garmin FlightStream 210 connect to / communicate with a Garmin GNS480?

No, the FS 210 is not compatible with the GNS 480.

Q: Is a Garmin GDL-88 or GDL-39 required when using the FlightStream 210 to transfer flight plans between an Android tablet using Garmin Pilot and a Garmin GNS-530W?

The GDL series is for ADS-B information only. The FS 210 is for sharing flightplan information and is not connected to ADS-B.

Q: Will the Garmin Flightstream 110 interface with the GDL 90?

Garmin does not list the GDL 90 as a compatible device with the Flightstream 110.

Q: Does the Garmin FlightStream 210 interface with the Non WAAS GNS430?

No, the Non-WAAS 430/530 software is not compatible with the Flightstream 210.

Q: Will the Garmin Flightstream 110 / 210 unit import information from GDL 39 3D? Example: take weather and traffic for 530W use.

No, you will connect the GDL 39 3D directly to the 530W. See part number 11-12375 for more information.

Q: If I install the Garmin Flightstream 210, do I need purchase any subscription for it? I already have GDL 39 3D.

No, the Garmin Flightstream does not require a subscription.

Q: Will the Flightstream 210 AHRS operate synthetic vision from Foreflight?

Yes. The Flightstream 210 can operate synthetic vision from Foreflight.

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