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FlightGear Flight Simulator

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FlightGear Flight Simulator is a mature, sophisticated, open-source flight simulator software package, created and maintained entirely by volunteers. The complete project source code is available via CVS, freely licensed under the GNU General Public License. FlightGear version 1.9.1 was released on the 25th of January 2009.

The goals of the FlightGear project include creating a sophisticated flight simulator framework for use in research or academic environments, for the development and pursuit of other interesting flight simulation ideas, and as an end-user application. It can be expanded and improved upon by anyone interested in contributing, and has many related projects (projects).

FlightGear comes with a set of illustrated documentation, notably "The Manual", which is available as PDF and HTML. The FlightGear Wiki was started in 2006 and currently covers a wide range of FlightGear related topics.

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If you are new, please check the manual before you start editing or creating articles!

Getting Started

Using FlightGear

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Developing FlightGear

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News

Picture of the week

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A Cessna C182S single engine aircraft

Did you know...

  • ...that FlightGear is used in several FAA approved simulators?
  • ...that you can simulate random system failures realistically?
  • ...that anyone can edit FlightGear source and contribute to the project?
  • ...that the whole city of Paris, France is available in 3D models?
  • ...that there are 3,083 articles on this wiki?

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