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.
Related Topics: TRACE, Training Curriculum, Partnerships
While Disney’s Dusty learns how to fight fires on movie screens across the U.S., visitors at Oshkosh can try it for themselves at the Redbird Flight Simulations tent.
Prior to the release of Planes: Fire & Rescue, Disney approached Redbird Flight Simulations about building a Dusty simulator people could actually fly. The result of that collaboration has toured the U.S. promoting the movie, and will be available for flight at Redbird’s tent (Booth 304) at Oshkosh Airventure.
Related Topics: MX2, Partnerships
The national seminar and contest combines learning with competition to make mastering the iPad EFB effective and fun
Redbird Flight Simulations is now a sponsor of the MyGoFlight iPad Takes Flight! EFB Challenge Edition, a seminar and contest series challenging pilots to get the most out of their iPads and other tablet devices. This Challenge Edition series builds on the iPad Takes Flight! seminar series given by MyGoFlight, maker of premium iPad gear for pilots, to thousands of people over the past three years.
Related Topics: Cygnus, Partnerships
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.
Related Topics: Company Milestones, Partnerships
Pilots and non-pilots invited to try three flying-skills scenarios that hone their abilities—and could win them a free trip to Airventure at Oshkosh.
A good challenge is irresistible, which is why Redbird Flight Simulations, Bonnier Publications (owner of Flying magazine), and ten other sponsors launched the Flying Challenge Cup at Sun ’n Fun. “It appeals to our competitive nature,” says Charlie Gregoire, VP of Sales and Marketing for Redbird, “but this is much more than a flour-bombing contest amped up to a global scale.”
Related Topics: TRACE, Partnerships