Navigation Database subscription service is offered to provide current, accurate navigation information for your Flight Management System (FMS). Subscriptions are available in worldwide and regional coverage areas to meet the requirements of your flight operations. A special helicopter database is also available for rotorcraft operators.
Navigation Database subscription service for all FMS Software Control Number (SCN) operators is available directly from Universal Avionics. Updates for your subscription areas are distributed on a 28-day cycle and are available to either be shipped directly to your location, or conveniently downloaded from UniNet 14-days prior to the effective date. Each update completely refreshes the entire database, including those waypoints used within your stored routes and pilot-defined procedures.
Navigation database subscription service is available in worldwide and regional coverage areas to meet the requirements of your flight operations. It provides current, accurate navigation information for your FMS. Database contents include elements such as SIDs, STARs, airways and more.
The annual subscription service includes 13 updates released on a 28-day cycle. Each update refreshes the entire database, including waypoints used within your stored routes and pilot-defined procedures. The navigation information is only valid for the 28 day period for which it was produced. New updates are released prior to the effective date of each cycle update.
The download service is provided for free via UniNet, which offers superior reliability and integrity for every download. USB Memory Stick shipment is available for certain FMS Software Control Numbers (SCN), for an additional fee. Please contract us for more information about this option.
FMS navigation databases are produced and provided in accordance with the highest quality standards as specified in DO-200A/ED-76. Universal Avionics holds an FAA Type 2 Letter of Acceptance (LOA) for processing and producing the FMS navigation database.
How do I find my SCN?
For most UNS systems, the SCN is shown on the Initialization page that automatically appears at the end of the self-test when the unit is powered on. You can find your SCN in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
Navigation databases are compiled from official State sources and supplied to Universal Avionics Systems Corporation by Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc. or NAVBLUE, Ltd. The navigation databases may also contain restricted or special procedures that require State authorization or training, and procedures not originating from a state authority, such as private airports and runways or private approach, arrival, or departure procedures. The end user has the responsibility to verify the suitability of this data for the intended operation.
While every effort is made to ensure that the stored data is accurate, it is the user’s responsibility to reference appropriate NOTAMS, as well as Jeppesen Navigation Database Change Notices and Navigation Database Alerts, NAVBLUE Bulletins, and other applicable publications in order to verify the accuracy of the data to be used.
The end user has the ultimate responsibility to ensure data requirements are met and to verify the navigation data loaded in their FMS is current and valid for the intended operation. If an error or inconsistency is discovered, the end user should notify Universal Avionics for resolution.
The information contained herein is subject to the Export Administration Regulations ("EAR"), 15 C.F.R. Parts 730-774. Diversion contrary to U.S. law is prohibited.
Operators may also obtain navigation database subscriptions directly from NAVBLUE Ltd. (NAVBLUE) database services draw on one of the world’s largest aeronautical databases, supporting a wide range of electronic navigation needs.
For more information, contact:
Database Engineering SME