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Girls in Aviation Day!

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AeroNavData was honored to participate in and sponsor the Missouri Girls in Aviation Day 2019 event on October 4th!  We spent the day with a great group of local attendees at WAI Parks College of St. Louis University Chapter in St. Louis.

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Our ARINC 424 Navigation Database is available for subscription!

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AeroNavData maintains a comprehensive and high-quality  ARINC 424 aeronautical navigation database that can be used for FMS flight, for Flight Simulation, for Flight Planning, for Pilot Training, in Drone Safety applications, and for many other aeronautical data products.

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Make-A-Wish Golf Tournament

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AeroNavData was pleased to sponsor and enter a team in the Make-a-Wish Foundation’s annual golf tournament at Annbriar Golf Course, in Waterloo, IL on May 6, 2019.      

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Parks College Engineering Industry Days

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Scott Morris and Max Gornish of AeroNavData were pleased to attend the first annual Parks College Engineering Industry Days on March 20, 2019, at St. Louis University (SLU).  The event was hosted by the Career Services team at SLU along with the Parks College of Aviation, Engineering, and Technology.

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AeroNavData attends ARINC Navigation Data Base (NDB) Subcommittee meeting

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The goal of the NDB Working Group and its subcommittees is to assist aircraft operators, manufacturers, regulatory authorities, and database suppliers in maximizing the operational and economic benefits of FMS navigation by the exchange of technical information that improves overall system performance.

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Girls in Aviation Day, St. Louis Downtown Airport

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AeroNavData was very happy to participate in the Girls in Aviation Day event that took place at St. Louis Downtown Airport on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018!  More than 100 young women attended the event and had the opportunity to sit in the cockpit of airplanes and simulators. 

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KMDH Compass Rose Painting – National Air Marking Program

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The Greater St. Louis Ninety-Nines chapter (women’s pilot organization) held this painting event this year to paint an 80-foot compass rose at KMDH (SIU Carbondale) on September 15 and 16, 2018. Members of our AeroNavData team were happy and honored to participate!

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Hiring our Heroes!

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AeroNavData manned a booth at the Hiring Our Heroes Hiring Fair, at Scott Air Force Base on Monday, April 30, 2018.  We were very pleased to be invited to support the Hiring Fair and were honored to have had the opportunity to talk to recruits from the finest of our service men and women.

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Aviation Day 2017 at MidAmerica!

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AeroNavData was pleased to participate in Aviation Day 2017 at MidAmerica Airport! The purpose of the event was to share information with K-12 teachers on all things related to Aviation, Aviation Science, Math, Engineering, Flight, Navigation, etc. The goal was to assist educators in having practical application of these disciplines and skills for their STEM curriculum.

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Individual airport features are available on LaminarData!

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AeroNavData’s Airport individual data features are available for purchase on LaminarData! In December, in partnership with Snowflake Software, more than 700 of AeroNavData’s high quality Airports (US and UK) became available on Snowflake’s LaminarData cloud platform.  The next phase of the roll out of our airport data now includes the added ability to purchase High

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