Improvements by Continental allow RedHawk remanufactured C-172 to fly up to 2,100 hours.
RedHawk Training Aircraft has announced that the Time Before Replacement (TBR) for the Continental CD-135 engine has been increased from 1,500 to 2,100 hours. Continental Motors was able to make this lifetime extension because of key improvements, continuous testing, and field experience. The RedHawk was developed to offer a solution to the soaring prices of new training aircraft with advanced technology and this time extension for the diesel engine offers even more value. By flying another 600 hours on these reliable engines, flight training organizations can increase profits while still passing additional savings on to their customers.
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Redbird to deliver 6 new RedHawk aircraft to Cochise College to upgrade training fleet
RedHawk Aero, a subsidiary of Redbird Flight Simulations, announced today that Cochise College in Douglas, Arizona has ordered 6 RedHawk aircraft in a move to upgrade and modernize their training fleet. Students enrolled in the upcoming fall semester will utilize the new RedHawk aircraft while training for Private Pilot, Instrument and Commercial Pilot Certification in Cochise College’s professional pilot program.
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The Marine Military Academy, U.S. Marine Corps based secondary school will use Redbird’s Redhawk training aircraft and Redbird Skyport’s Migration training curriculum.
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Texas State Technical College, National Aviation Academy and Executive Flyers Aviation have signed on to test the new consumption model and technology platform.
The next phase of the RedHawk Experiment will begin early summer led by Brown Aviation Lease (Brown) and RedHawk Aero, LLC. This phase of the experiment is focused on addressing two problems: affordable access to modern flight training equipment, and improving the substandard user experience for fleet operators.
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