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Players: 1 :: Released: 13/3/09

X-Plane Airliner (iPhone)

Publisher: Laminar Research ::

X-Plane 9.08 is here now, the EIGHTH free update! This free update contains new frame-rate increases, scenery improvements, physics improvements, and multiplayer!
(Note for multiplayers: Go to the MAP screen and place your aircraft on a runway after selecting who you want to play with so you both start in the right place).

This is X-Plane-Airliner, a new version of X-Plane for the iPhone that simulates Airliners and the relatively long-range, instrument-capable flying that they do.

X-Plane-Airliner comes with:

The Boeing 777: The gold standard for modern airliner design and efficiency.
The Boeing 747: The big double-decker 4-engine classic Liner of the sky.
The Airbus A-380: The largest airplane in the world, with fly-by-wire controls.
The Boeing 787: The new carbon-fiber, high-bypass, ultra-efficient harbinger of the next wave of airline travel.

The MD-80 and Boeing-737 workhorses are included as well!

As well, X-Plane Airliner gives you control of throttle, flaps, speedbrakes, and trim, giving you much more control over these incredible machines than you can get in the regular X-Plane for iPhone.

In addition to the additional flight controls, the cockpit is a full glass EFIS system, with airspeed, heading, altitude, vertical speed, Mach number, DME, and HSI with localizer and glideslope displayed in the same manner as the real airliners. As well, a moving map glass display gives you complete situational awareness as you fly, as you find in the real airliners.

The regular X-Plane for iphone has 3 airports and 4 NAVAIDs, and a flight region of about 60 by 60 miles. With X-Plane-Airliner, you get 42 NAVAIDs, 98 airports, and about 60 by 180 miles to fly in! The flight region in X-Plane Airliner spans from San Diego clear up to Edwards Air Force Base! This large flying area, combined with the 98 airports and 42 NAVAIDs, lets you practice relatively longer flights in any weather, with glass-cockpit 'EFIS' instrumentation and moving maps in the cockpit to make it all easy as you fly the Big Birds across the scenic terrain of Southern California, enjoying the view if you like to do that, or in hardball IFR conditions, using the glass instrumentation to fly the airliners down to minimums in clouds and fog and turbulence at night... or anything in between.

This is by far the most powerful app we have released for the iPhone, and we are making it available cheap for now so that everyone can get it!

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X-Plane Airliner

It would be awesome to see more X-Plane Airliner stages. - Dennis Wong YOR Health

w3w, 15/4/17 06:21

X-Plane Airliner

It is awesome to see more X-Plane Airliner. - Dennis Wong YOR Health

w3w, 15/4/17 06:20

Jakenator heres your answer

Putting your flaps down gives you less control so if you turn to the right a little bit, you obviously go right but in a fast motion... hope that helps oh and dont move your iPod Touch/iPhone too much when you have your flaps down... and when you mean down, do you mean down like dragging the flaps slide down or up because if you drag it up, your flaps also go down(while looking at the plane) if you know what i mean...

Josh, 07/7/09 13:17

I need help

When I try to bring the flap down, my airplane goes straight up, losses control, and I come down crashing and I slam into the ground! Please help!

Jakenator, 09/6/09 03:29
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