Redbird TD Table Mounted Simulators
with Interchangeable Panel options
$6,995 TD G1000 Panel
When used with
optional rudder pedals
The best simulator to sharpen your skills and stay current anytime
Ergonomic Design Enhances Learning
Traditional "desktop" flight training devices sit on top of a table or desk, causing the pilot to reach up for the yoke and to look unrealistically high for the gauges and outside visuals. The Redbird TD is different. Designed with the ergonomics of flight in mind, the TD´s unique mounting system allows it to be mounted under the table, placing the yoke, switches, gauges and visuals in the correct and most realistic position for the pilot.
Sharpen Your Skills ... Anytime!
Whether you are a flight school interested in enhancing your training with simulation, or an individual pilot looking to hone your skills from the comfort of your home or office, the Redbird TD is the perfection solution.
- Start your flight on the ground at any airport or in the air
- Fly day or night in VFR or IFR conditions
- Practice aircraft failures and emergency procedures
- Shoot instrument approaches to minimums at any airport in the world
- Practice cross-country flights to unfamiliar airports before you get in the airplane
Maintain Your Instrument Currency
Schedule regular sessions with your instructor and maintain your currency at far less cost than flying an airplane. Not only will you save time and money, but with a good currency plan, you will stay sharp by regularly practicing the real-world failures that can occur. While regularly practicing instrument flying in the airplane is critical to safety, you can stay sharp by incorporating the TD into your overall currency plan.
Gain FAA-Approved Experience
Add optional rudder pedals and the Redbird TD is approved as a Basic Aviation Training Device (BATD) by the FAA. It is then authorized per 61.4(c) for use in satisfying the Tasks/Maneuvers and Procedures under parts 61 and 141. See download links above for latest FAA authorization letters.
Enhance your training options by adding a simulator to your "flight line"—at a very low cost of acquisition and ownership. For only $6,995 ($7,995 for the TD2 model) you can substantially increase the quality of the training you provide your customers by incorporating a simulator into your syllabus. There is good reason why most insurance companies insist on sim training to fly jets. You can practice failures and situations that simply would not be safe in the air. Don´t just talk to your students about dealing with difficult situations, put them in front of the TD so they can practice the skills that can be a true life-saver!
TD2 Model Available for Complex Airplanes!
The Redbird TD now also comes in a TD2 model that adds propeller and gear controls to the hardware and manifold pressure gauge and gear position indicators to the display. If you are flying a complex airplane, you will want this model to ensure you complete your GUMPS check at the right times. The TD2 model also allows the selection of a "simple" airplane, which disregards the prop and gear controls. This gives you the option to start with the simple model and grow into the complex, or to select the right model for a customer in your flight school.
Includes everything you need to begin flying
- One cockpit configuration (analog or G1000)
- 27" monitor
- Computer completely configured and ready to run
- Instrument panel
Redbird TD & TD2 Options
Panel Expansion Packs
You will not be locked into your choice of G1000 or Analog panel—you can have both! Simply order the optional expansion pack at any time and have the ability to quickly swap between the two.
Redbird TD/TD2 G1000 Expansion Pack
Redbird TD/TD2 Analog Gauge Expansion Pack
Take your flight training to a new level of realism with 60 inches of additional visuals to expand your field of view for a more effective and engaged training experience. This expansive display allows you to fly a wide range of visual maneuvers not possible on other desktop simulators. Horizon is available for the Redbird TD or TD2.
Redbird TD/TD2 Table
Designed specifically for the Redbird TD and TD2, the Redbird TD table places your Redbird TD/TD2 trainer at the ergonomically correct height. Provides table space for your TD/TD2 keyboard, speakers and training materials.
Redbird TD/TD2 Platform
Looking for the ultimate upgrade for your Redbird TD or TD2? This custom-designed platform features a 4' 10" x 3' 8" durable base. The platform includes a Redbird TD Table, high quality FMX rudder pedals and pilot seat, all of which are mounted to the platform to prevent sliding during use. Perfect for flight schools.
Redbird Alloy RD1 Rudder Pedals
These all-metal RD1 Pedals use the same technology found in Redbird´s professional-grade simulators, so they are not only realistic, they´re virtually indestructible. These feature rugged, all-metal design means enhanced durability and reliability, self-centering rudder axis provides a realistic feel, differential toe brakes allow for precise ground handling. More info >
Parrot is designed to operate with Redbird's TD series of FAA certified flight training devices. It makes learning to talk on the radio fun and stress-free.
- The pilot talks to the computer
- The computer understands and replies as ATC would in real flight situations
This intelligent and sophisticated technology will enable you to learn how to properly communicate one the radio—even without a flight instructor!
Cygnus Connects Real-World Aviation Apps with Flight Simulation
You want your flight simulator experience to be as realistic as possible. Yet, without the ability to use your iPad for real-time tracking information, you're forced to use more imagination than you'd like...until now.
Cygnus Home Direct and Cygnus Pro Wireless connect your favorite flight sim to your favorite aviation app running on your iPad or iPhone. Each sends the location of your simulated aircraft to your iPad, fooling your iPad into believing it is at the same place as your simulated aircraft. This allows you to use any application on your iPad just as you would on an actual flight. It's a perfect way to learn how to get the most out of your applications and to immerse yourself into your simulated flight.
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