Redbird’s Virtual Migration Runs October 21 & 22

The conference brings together aviation industry leaders and instructors.

The most recent Redbird Migration was hosted in-person at the Wings Over the Rockies Museum at Centennial airport, in Colorado, in October 2019.Julie Boatman

Redbird Flight Simulations hosts its annual Migration in a virtual format in 2020, running on October 21 and 22. The conference brings together aviation industry leaders and instructors to discuss and share hot topics and their recipes for success in flight training. Registration is free and open to all who are interested—and there’s an app available to not only guide you through the schedule but also help you connect with your peers through the event.

Keynote speakers include Mark Baker, president and CEO of AOPA; Joe Brown, chairman of Hartzell Propeller; Julie Boatman, editor-in-chief of Flying; Pete Bunce, president and CEO of GAMA, Eric Hinson, president and CEO of SIMCOM; Bruce Landsberg, vice chairman, NTSB; Allison McKay, CEO of Women in Aviation International; Jack Pelton, president and CEO of EAA, Lt. Col. Kenyatta Ruffin, founder of Legacy Flight Academy; and James Viola, president and CEO of HAI.

Networking sessions featuring virtual coffee breaks and a happy hour will take place on Wednesday and Thursday as well. The first coffee break, sponsored by ForeFlight, featuring its co-founders, Tyson Weihs and Jason Miller, takes place at 10 am on October 21, while the second coffee break, hosted by the CloudAhoy team, takes place at 10 am on October 22. A happy hour with the Redbird team kicks off at 5 pm October 21. All times are central daylight time.