- FAA Approved BATD2
- One Aircraft Configuration
- Keyboard with Shortcut Commands
- 1 Year Warranty3
For the legally minded, you can download the full warranty document. For the rest of us, we summarized the high points:
This simulator includes a warranty against defects in material and workmanship that starts on the day you take delivery of your new simulator and ends one year later. Basically, if something broke because we didn't built it correctly, we'll fix it or send you a replacement. This doesn't cover normal wear and tear, modification, acts of nature, or other stuff that's out of our control.
Additionally, we also provide one year of free product support that includes:
- Software and database updates
- Part repair or replacement
- On-site support for US customers
- Phone and email support for all customers
- Remote diagnosis for all customers
- Access to our online knowledge database
Horizon - $1,695
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.
RD1 Rudder Pedals - $549
Rudder pedals are the single most important option to add realism to your Jay or TD, but consumer level, low cost pedals often give you the sense of playing a computer game rather than providing real flight training. The Redbird RD1 Rudder Pedals are designed to mimic exactly what you’d expect while flying.
The advanced spring system means you can apply pressure to the rudder verses only forcing rudder travel, just like in the real aircraft. For precise ground handling, the RD1’s have a full range of travel and aircraft-style, differential toe brakes. The 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.
Redbird Cygnus - $599
Cygnus allows you to use any aviation or navigation apps running on your Apple iOS device while connected to any one of a wide range of flight simulation software products. When using Cygnus during a simulation session your iOS device and the aviation app it is running will believe that it is located wherever the aircraft in the active simulation is located. Cygnus is the perfect tool for training pilots in the use of iPad© aviation apps in a safe and controlled environment.
Cygnus Pro Wireless comes with a fully-functioning Bad Elf GPS Pro external Bluetooth wireless GPS receiver, and can be used to feed simulation data to up to 6 Apple iOS devices.
Cygnus talks directly to the location services on your iPad, iPad Mini, iPhone, or iPod touch allowing you to display your simulated location on any location based App, including:
- ForeFlight Mobile
- Garmin Pilot
- WingX Pro7
- Jeppesen Mobile FliteDeck
- Reader Plates
Cygnus will work with most Windows based flight simulation software, including:
- All Redbird Simulators
- Lockheed Martin Prepar3D
- Microsoft ESP
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X
- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000-2004
- X-Plane 9 and 10
Aviation Headset Connect - $99
The Redbird Aviation Headset Connect box converts the aircraft-style headset plugs into standard computer audio jacks, allowing you to use your aviation headset with your simulation device. Both audio and microphone are converted connect to allow for two-way communication. Aviation Headset Connect supports both mono and stereo headsets.