All flight simulators, including those from other companies, can be traded in for credit toward the purchase of a new Redbird.
Redbird Flight Simulations today announced its new Trade In, Trade Up program to give owners of outdated flight simulators an upgrade path to a state-of-the-art Redbird aviation training device. Simulation has become an important part of modern flight training, but thousands of simulators are relegated to limited use due to a reliance on 30-year-old technologies and outdated design. This new program from Redbird allows operators of these devices to get value from their initial investment, while upgrading the training experience they can offer to their customers.
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The academy’s second Redbird device to kick-start rotor-wing training program in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Las Vegas, NV (February 27, 2018) – At HAI HELI-EXPO 2018, Redbird Flight Simulations has announced the first international sale of its VTO helicopter training device. Genesa Flight Academy, one of Indonesia’s leading training providers, will take delivery of the device in June 2018.
The VTO is the second Redbird device to be integrated into Genesa’s flight training curriculum. For fixed-wing proficiency training, the academy acquired a Redbird MCX in 2014.
The simulator-based maneuvers training supplement is designed to help student pilots achieve their goals faster.
Oshkosh, WI (July 24, 2017) - This week at AirVenture, Redbird Flight Simulations is proud to release its much-awaited Guided Independent Flight Training software for Private Pilots, better known as GIFT. GIFT is a simulator-based training supplement that allows a student pilot to learn, practice, and get feedback on every maneuver required for a pilot certificate, at their own pace. This cutting-edge technology is meant to help pilots achieve their goals faster and for less money.
The full motion Advanced Aviation Training Device can now be used to credit flight time towards certificate requirements.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the Redbird VTO full motion helicopter trainer as an Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD). This approval will allow pilots to credit a portion of the time spent training in the VTO towards the aeronautical experience requirements for the pilot certificate or rating being sought. For example, private pilot applicants will be able to credit up to 7.5 hours and instrument applicants may credit up to 20 hours of training time in the helicopter trainer.
Redbird Flight Simulations, well known for ground breaking and cost effective fixed wing simulators, will make their debut in the HAI Heli-Expo exhibit hall this year. Redbird will be showing off what they believe is easily the most capable and affordable helicopter training device of its kind – the Redbird VTO full motion helicopter simulator.