Garmin OnePak: All Your Database Needs, One Simple Solution

It’s finally complete. Your perfect airplane now has the perfect panel. Those dual Garmin GPS navigators and flight displays you’ve always wanted are installed, plus an aera series portable navigator to help with flight planning and added cockpit situational awareness. These products feature sophisticated data ranging from navigation data, charts, airport diagrams, obstacles, terrain and more. For those flying IFR regularly, the FAA requires a product’s navigation data to be updated every 28 days. For SafeTaxi, obstacles and terrain databases, updates are available every 56 days. We’ve created annual subscription packages for the US and Canada — known as OnePaks — to more conveniently and affordably satisfy a single aircraft’s entire database needs.

Database Concierge feature available with Flight Stream 510.

One aircraft. One database package. One cost-effective price.

Our OnePak annual subscriptions offer significant savings for an aircraft equipped with multiple Garmin products. For one annual price, databases within OnePak subscriptions can be downloaded to multiple Garmin avionics and one qualifying portable in a single aircraft. These databases include the Garmin Navigation Database, AOPA Airport Directory, IFR enroute charts, VFR sectional charts, Obstacles, SafeTaxi, Terrain and Basemap for compatible products. OnePaks are compatible with the following flight decks, flight displays, avionics, and portables:

Wireless updates with Database Concierge

Additionally, for aircraft with GTN 650/750 and GNX 375/GPS 175 series touchscreen navigators or select aircraft equipped with G1000 NXi, our Flight Stream 510 can offer another level of convenience for updating databases. Flight Stream 510 is a small, patented multimedia card enabled with Wi-Fi and BLUETOOTH technology that enables communication between GTN 650/750 and GNX 375/GPS 175 series navigators or G1000 NXi, and two compatible Apple or Android mobile devices operating Garmin Pilot. Operators can simply download new databases via Garmin Pilot on a mobile device, then wirelessly upload them directly to the GTN 650/750, GNX 375/GPS 175 or G1000 NXi in the cockpit.

For more information about our OnePak database solutions, and to find out which best suits your needs, visit