The tenth annual flight training conference will feature two days of free presentations, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities with industry leaders and peers.
Redbird Flight Simulations today announced an initial lineup of events for the tenth annual Migration Flight Training Conference. Previously scheduled to take place at the FedEx Air Operations Training Center in Memphis, Tennessee, Migration 2020 now will be held virtually due to uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The new product, dubbed Redbird Connect, enables flight instructors to guide students through flight simulator sessions from anywhere in the world.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on the flight training industry, Redbird Flight Simulations is providing free access to a new product that enables flight instructors to conduct remote flight simulator sessions with students.
The online series will engage and inspire students’ interests in aviation as classrooms remain closed during the coronavirus outbreak.
Amid school closures caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Redbird Flight Simulations is launching an online series of the Redbird STEM Lab, the company’s popular, interactive classes for students in middle school and high school. Beginning on March 31st, Redbird’s STEM Director Greg Roark will lead students through six virtual classes aimed at engaging their creativity and continuing to foster their interests in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) outside the classroom.
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The latest addition to the Guided Independent Flight Training product line is designed to help student pilots advance faster and more cost-effectively through their instrument training.
For the past two years, Redbird’s Guided Independent Flight Training (GIFT) software has provided student pilots with the lessons, practice, and feedback they need to earn their Private Pilot’s License more efficiently. Now, at AirVenture Oshkosh 2019, the company is unveiling the next phase of the product line: GIFT Instrument Rating.
Redbird introduced a new product that mimics ADS-B In functionality and announced new features and improvements for the Redbird Cloud, Navigator, Tracon, and the visual system of its AATDs.
Redbird Flight Simulations released a new product, Redbird Corvus, which enables electronic flight bag (EFB) connectivity across its line of training devices by providing data akin to that of an ADS-B receiver. In addition to representing own-ship position of simulated aircraft, Corvus also broadcasts attitude and heading reference systems (AHRS) information as well as Traffic Information Services-Broadcast (TIS-B) data. Select Flight Information Services-Broadcast (FIS-B) functionality, such as weather and airspace information, are currently in development and will be available in future updates.