Redbird Flight Simulations has launched its new Trade In, Trade Up program to give owners of outdated flight simulators an upgrade path to a new Redbird aviation training device.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 […]
The updated sim is free in early access.
The third annual FlightSimExpo is slated for on June 12-14, 2020.
During the free event, you can fly one of the museum's simulators with a real airline pilot.
Developers used technology introduced with the XCub's glass displays and applied it to the A320 family.
Pilots will be compensated $50 to participate in the study.
At EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019, Redbird Flight Simulations introduced 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 […]
GIFT is designed to help student pilots advance faster and more cost-effectively through their instrument training.
The inaugural FlightSimExpo, a new flight simulation conference held June 9-10, brought attendees from 26 countries together in Las Vegas for a weekend of new product releases, seminars, and hands-on exhibits, according to organizers. The weekend featured 45 exhibitors, 21 speakers, and activities before, during, and after the conference. The sold-out crowd topped 1,100, organizers […]
DALLAS — Early bird registration for the sixth annual FlightSimCon ends Jan. 31, 2018. Those who register by that date will receive 25% off admission prices for the convention, being held June 23-24. Early bird prices are $50 ($40 for students) for an all-weekend pass and $25 for a daily pass ($20 for students) until […]