RED Global Airlines

Where will you fly to today?

About - 

RED Global (virtual) Airlines was formed from the nucleus of RED Australian Airlines that operated for over ten years. RED Global welcomes all simmers, from rookie pilots through to experienced Captains. We offer a safe and non-discriminatory environment, able to help develop your piloting and or airline administration skills. 

A Virtual Airline (VA) brings together people with an interst in flight simulation. VAs may replicate real world airlines with defined schedules and routes, some with many members. Others may be focused on local charters or cargo operations. Ultimately VAs form small communities with members supporting each other in progressing a love of flying. Real-time Flight Tracking, virtual$ salaries, aircraft maintenance, weather, navigation and thousands of airports all adds to the realism. 

RED Global has a strong emphassis on fly anywhere, fly anytime and with any aircraft. We also operate limited schedules for those that are interested in more structured flying. We welocme new ideas and members (over age 16 years only). Get ready for Take-off  here.

Message from the CEO

Congratulations to Sam M on his promotion to Leading Pilot. Sam has worked tirelessly for RED, particularly in the area of FSX multiplayer. He has also worked out a very effective strategy for delivering packages. Sam's recent revenues includes $28m KLAX - PHNL. $27M PHNL - RJAA and a whoippong $55m RJAA - VIDP. Well done Sam and very pleasing to see your promotion.

Our new Red Global Airlines FB page has been updated with both pics, flight video and information. Pleae check it out and tell your own story. 

Stay safe.

Where will you fly today?


50th anniversary of Concorde's first flight

From London’s Heathrow Airport and Orly Airport outside Paris, the first Concordes with commercial passengers simultaneously take flight on January 21, 1976. The London flight was headed to Bahrain in the Persian Gulf, and the Paris to Rio de Janeiro via Senegal in West Africa. At their cruising speeds, the innovative Concordes flew well over the sound barrier at 1,350 miles an hour, cutting air travel time by more than half.

Red the full story here.
  February 2021 - PILOT RANKINGS
Logan Johnston - 244,797 nms
Samual M          -  128,576 nms