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Latest revision as of 04:57, 17 January 2018

Welcome to the FlightGear wiki

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About FlightGear

FlightGear is a flight-simulator created by an international group of volunteers, and released as free, open-source GPL software. It has been used for academic research, education, and for fun.

FlightGear comes with a set of illustrated documentation, notably "The Manual," which is included in the installation package. This wiki provides additional documentation on both user and development topics.

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News

FlightGear Newsletter February 2019 (archive)
  • December 09, 2018: FlightGear 2018.3 "Honolulu" is released.
  • May 23, 2018: FlightGear 2018.2 is released.
  • April 11, 2018: FlightGear 2018.1 "Honolulu" is released.
  • September 25, 2017: FlightGear 2017.3 "Prague" is released.
  • April 22, 2017: FlightGear 2017.2 "Boston" is released.
 
 
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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 3,057 articles on this wiki?
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Image of the week
FlightGear sun halo.JPG
Dated March 18, 1999, 20 years ago this week, this little gem is one of the oldest surviving screenshots of FlightGear. Relatively pale compared to current versions of FlightGear, this image shows a very basic landscape, a newly textured sun (with halo), and a very small crescent moon. Back then, FlightGear was the only PC based flight simulator rendering the Sun, Moon, and celestial objects at the correct position, and under the correct lighting conditions, in the sky. (author Durk)


Development repository status
Current release: 2018.3 (9 Dec 2018)
Next release: 2019.1 (a few days from now)
See release plan for details.