inReach Mini 2: A User’s Perspective

Being able to communicate from anywhere and transmit location added to peace of mind during flights over the Western Rockies.

In February, Aviation Consumer editor Larry Anglisano asked that I use Garmin’s new inReach Mini 2 for a few months and write up my experience with the unit. I live in rural North Idaho and am often out of reach of cellphone service at backcountry airports, remote lakes and on hikes. When I’m flying in […]
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