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Revision as of 12:43, 13 November 2019

Discord is used in the FlightGear community as an alternative to Mumble, TeamSpeak, FGCom or Ventrilo.

Discord is a free voice and chat software that can be downloaded as an app or used in a browser.

Invite links

Note  Its advised that you create a permanent account, instead of creating guest accounts as some people create duplicate accounts which clogs up the member logs and makes it more difficult to @mention people.

Furthermore many other FlightGear servers exist that you may need an personal invite to join. The easiest way to find them is to go to the FlightGear server and ask or ask in forums.


Topic Invite link
FlightGear https://discord.gg/rzuV2DR
WWII era aircraft https://discord.gg/yJaP5Wn
FlightGear FDM School https://discord.gg/Uyrtsar
North America FG server FlyAmerica https://discord.gg/PS2PvVX
Italian FG community https://discord.gg/5RzyXRf
Operation Red Flag military FG community (OPRF) https://discord.gg/ptVapkE

Aircraft specific

Aircraft Invite link
Aermacchi MB-339 https://discord.gg/vNZ5ZPv
General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon https://discord.gg/8RcYnjA
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21bis https://discord.gg/bs8xyz3
Mirage 2000 https://discord.gg/xZ3r2KR
Panavia Tornado https://discord.gg/26rvkr2
Saab 37 Viggen https://discord.gg/RJTwS9a
SEPECAT Jaguar https://discord.gg/G5q5XYN

External links