Use the Redbird TD2 for only $35 an hour. To learn more, or schedule a flight, please call or text:
Ty Williams 570-336-1919
Dan Broadt 570-336-6747
“What time can I log on the Redbird?”
The question always comes up, “What can I put in my logbook when I fly the Redbird?”
Basically, here are the rules:
In general, an instructor must be present to count time toward any rating. It doesn’t matter if you are a student, private pilot or instrument rated. When it comes to credit toward a rating, a student can apply none of the simulator time toward the 40 hours, but some of the 3 hours needed on instrument training may be done on the simulator. For instrument students up to 10 of the 40 hours instrument time can be on a BATD, Basic Aviation Training Device. For anyone pursuing commercial up to 50 of the 250 hours can be done on the simulator. This simulator has two panels, glass and steam gauge panel which are interchangeable. Call today to learn more.