The Redbird TD and TD2 are table-mounted flight training devices that are designed with the ergonomics of flight in mind at a price that everyone can afford. Plus, they’re fully packaged and easy to set up and operate, making it the most realistic and effective trainer on the market. 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. The TD and TD2’s
unique mounting system allows it to be hung under the table, placing the yoke, switches, gauges and visuals in the correct and most realistic position
for the pilot. The Redbird TD and TD2 are perfect for flight schools looking to enhance training with simulation, and for individual pilots looking to hone their
skills and stay current from the comfort of their home or office.
The newly redesigned Redbird TD & TD2 give you the freedom to fly with interchangeable glass and steam gauges on one device. They represent generic,single engine piston training aircraft. With the TD2, you can fly with or without retractable gear, constant speed prop and or a high performance engine.
90-day warranty with optional 1 or 2-year extended warranty
Interchangeable instrument panel - traditional or glass configurations
Complete terrain and airport database
Equipped with computer, monitor, instrument panel, keyboard and speakers
Ergonomically correct design which easily slides onto a sturdy, solid table
FAA Approved BATD with optional rudder pedals
You will need a sturdy, solid table with a maximum tabletop thickness of 2.25” including any rails and the underlying structure. There should be at least 29” between the legs of the table to allow the TD to slide on to the table smoothly. Please note that you must install the adjustable supporting leg for added stability, if you are not using a Redbird TD table or platform.
Is the Redbird TD and FAA approved aircraft training device?
The Redbird TD is an approved Basic Aviation Training Device (BATD) by the FAA only when used with rudder pedals which are sold separately. It is then authorized per 61.4(c) for use in satisfying the Tasks/Maneuvers and Procedures under parts 61 and 141.