The Museum of Flight in Seattle recently unveiled two Sopwith Camel simulators designed and built by one-G Simulation, in collaboration with Cignatec, an education technology company.
The fifth annual FlightSimExpo will be held June 21-23, 2024, in Las Vegas.
The company’s multi-simulator classroom management software enables instructors to control multiple simulator sessions simultaneously from one centralized interface. The update also allows two-way communication between instructors and students.
Now that the simulator is certified by the FAA, students at All In Aviation in Nevada can count their training hours in the sim toward their private and commercial license or instrument rating.
In addition to 130,000 square feet of exhibit space spread across two hangars, the show will feature product announcements and educational seminars throughout the three-day event and fly-in June 23-25 at the Lone Star Flight Museum at Ellington Airport (KEFD).
The 12th annual Redbird Migration flight training conference was cutting edge, with new content throughout, including a new conference track for an emerging segment of the flight training industry: K-12 educators in STEM and Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.
Through a new agreement, Avemco customers will receive a 20% discount on annual subscriptions to Redbird’s personalized proficiency training app, Redbird Pro, as well as discounts on their insurance premiums.
Redbird Flight has added 25 new flight simulator lessons to supplement the 10th- and 11th-grade course material in the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) High School Aviation STEM curriculum, which is now in more than 300 high schools nationwide.
EAA Chapter 292 at Independence State Airport (7S5) in Oregon now has a full-fledged training room complete with two simulators, including a Redbird FMX simulator and an Elite RC-1.