NOTE: SiriusXM has discontinued the SXAR1. However, the Pilot for ForeFlight subscription plan from SiriusXM is still available, and can be used with Garmin's GDL 51 and GDL 52 portable receivers to access inflight XM weather in ForeFlight.
SiriusXM Weather & GPS
The compact SXAR1 receiver connects to your iPad or iPhone via Bluetooth to provide US and Canadian radar, lightning strike location, METARs, TAFs, AIR/SIGMETs, Cloud Tops, Echo Tops, Surface Wind, TFRs, GPS data and more to the ForeFlight Mobile app.
Portable & Wireless
The SXAR1 is rechargeable, which eliminates the need for wires inflight, and supports multiple legs of flying when fully charged. The receiver’s small size makes it easy to mount on the glare shield, or anywhere else that provides a line-of-sight view for its built-in antennas to receive SiriusXM satellite and GPS signals.
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Coast-To-Coast Reliability from Taxi to Touchdown
The SXAR1 provides nationwide weather products with no coverage gaps, minimum altitudes, or line-of-sight restrictions. Just mount it in view of the sky, connect, and fly – it’s that easy!
US and Canadian high-res composite NEXRAD and base reflectivity radar with storm cell attributes and tracks.
Graphical overlays depicting AIRMETS, SIGMETS, PIREPs, TFRs, and more.
Cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning strike locations.
Get SiriusXM Weather For ForeFlight Today
BUY TODAY AND SAVE!
SiriusXM is offering a limited-time $200 savings to pilots who buy the SXAR1 and activate the Pilot for ForeFlight subscription package. The SXAR1 integration is supported by the SiriusXM Pilot for ForeFlight Package for $39.99/month. Plan details and instructions on setting up this subscription are available at the SiriusXM Aviation website.
Have questions about ForeFlight and the SXAR1 integration? Check out our SiriusXM FAQs.
SiriusXM Aviation Weather Service Area
Radar service coverage includes the continental United States and its coastal area as well as Southern Canada. Other weather products may have wider coverage.