The Redbird MCX
$65.00 / Hour Non-Member
$55.00 / Hour AlphaFlight-Member
AlphaFlight is proud to offer advanced simulation with our Redbird MCX wraparound visual and full-motion simulator.
Our MCX includes a dual, control-loading yoke system and dual rudder pedals for simultaneous pilot and copilot control. Along with motion and life-like visuals, we are able to offer or clients, through a Letter of Agreement (LOA) from the FAA, the ability to log the maximum simulator time toward all certificates and ratings. Not only can you accomplish training during inclement weather, at more than half the rate of renting an airplane with an instructor, the MCX can save thousands of dollars off the cost of training or staying current.
Instrument-rated pilots may now stay proficient and log all currency requirements in our sim without the need of an instructor. Everything for an Instrument Proficiency Course (IPC) except for the circling approach, the landing Task, and the multi-engine airplane Tasks can now be done in the simulator with an instructor–saving you time and money.
Private and Instrument students can benefit from Redbird’s Guided Independent Flight Training (G.I.F.T.) Program —a simulator-based, AI-powered, maneuvers training supplement designed to help you achieve your goals faster and for less money. GIFT allows you to learn, practice, and get feedback on every maneuver required for your Private Pilot or Instrument Rating, at your own pace, using cutting edge educational techniques that push you to reach your best performance level.
Multi-engine pilots and students can benefit from our multi-engine panel and throttle quadrant quick swap feature. Safely conduct engine cuts and single-engine air work at a fraction of the cost.
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