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I just recently flew into Burlington to pick up a buddy and his daughter to do a lap of the Toronto airports :).....That is a pretty bumpy runway.....

Question -- Why spend the time/Money on integrating the 660?  You get so much from the iPad and screen size.  Since the 660 is a portable it is not really a legal backup....Just curious by the way not a challenge.  Oh also a COPA member


Les O'Reilly

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Hi

I've had the 660 for a few years. I can take it home to enter data and it syncs with the G3X. Just an extra display with a different window of info if I desire. Plus there was lots of room on the panel.

I guess I’m used to the bumpy runways! Nice to have the three runways though.

Cheers and blue skies!

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