GARMIN: New FliteLevel Service Contract Program for G1000 Now Includes Out-of-Warranty Systems

September 16, 2014

Garmin today announced the introduction of the G1000 FliteLevel Service Contract, which is a new extended warranty program for aircraft that are both in and out of warranty coverage. This new program may be purchased at any time and provides warranty coverage for the G1000 system, which lasts for three years and begins immediately after the aircraft is registered under the service contract.

The FliteLevel Service Contract offers added flexibility for customers purchasing new and used G1000- FliteLevelequipped airplanes. All G1000 Line Replaceable Units (LRU’s) are covered under this new service contract providing comprehensive coverage, including labor associated with a claim. Adding to the flexibility, the FliteLevel program is fully transferrable at the time of sale of a participating aircraft, providing extra value and assurance for the new owner. Customers will receive priority shipping for all LRUs and can utilize Garmin’s extensive network of Authorized Service Centers.

Pricing for the FliteLevel Service Contract is based on aircraft type, the number of displays, and is dependent on the number of options installed, such as the GWX weather radar or GFC 700 autopilot. Customers may contact a Garmin Dealer today to enroll in the FliteLevel Service Contract.

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