Today at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2022, Redbird Flight (Redbird) uncovered for the first time a proof of concept for a desktop flight training device that utilizes mixed-reality (MR) technology. Developed on the same platform as the company’s FAA-approved Basic Aviation Training Device, the Redbird TD, the new device adds a mixed-reality headset that amplifies a pilot’s visual cues, creating a more immersive environment for flight training.
The United States Air Force (USAF) is taking the next step in providing service men and women with advanced flight training. Over a 16-month period, the air service branch of the United States Armed Forces is taking delivery of 25 Advanced Aviation Training Devices manufactured by Redbird Flight (Redbird).
Related Topics: Advanced Aircraft Simulators
Since the release of Redbird Pro in February 2022, Redbird Flight (Redbird) has added several new features and expanded the library of flight training content available in its innovative proficiency training app.
Redbird Flight (Redbird) today announced the appointment of Tom Haines to its board of directors. Haines, the former Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Editor in Chief and Senior Vice President of Media, Communications, and Outreach, brings decades of experience in general aviation and a long track record of leadership across all types of media and communications.
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Today, Redbird Flight (Redbird) announced the inaugural Redbird Pilot Proficiency Challenge to motivate pilots to kick start the next phase of their proficiency training. Beginning during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2022, the challenge will award three pilots who improve their knowledge and skills the most over 90 days with prizes from the Redbird product line designed to enhance their flight training as they continue working to build their proficiency.
Related Topics: Pilot Proficiency