What is X-plane?
X-Plane is a flight simulator produced by Laminar Research. X-Plane can be used professionally with the correct license, or used personally. A personal use desktop version is available for macOS, Windows, and Linux, while a mobile version is available for Android, iOS, and webOS. X-Plane is packaged with several commercial, military, and other aircraft, as well as basic global scenery which covers most of the Earth. X-Plane also ships with other software to build and customize aircraft and scenery. X-Plane also has a plugin architecture that allows users to create their own modules, extending the functionality of the software by letting users create their own worlds or replicas of places on Earth. This is further enhanced by the Scenery Gateway which allows users to share airports with other users and eventually the airports are included by default in the base product.
On November 25, 2016, Laminar Research released the first public beta of X-Plane 11 to the general public. A second public beta was released on December 6, 2016, which fixed some major bugs. The official release of X-Plane 11 was on March 30, 2017.
Why flight simulator?
The pilots of the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 jet that crashed in March were following the procedures Boeing recommended but were still unable to stop the jet from nosediving, Ethiopian investigators say.
On March 10, Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to Nairobi, Kenya, faltered and crashed soon after taking off, killing all 157 people on board. The incident came just months after a Lion Air flight of the same model took off from Jakarta, Indonesia, and crashed, killing all 189 passengers. The pair of disasters has put scrutiny on the safety of the Boeing 737 Max planes, which were first introduced into service two years ago.
Flight simulator provides functions and features required by military and civilian professional aviation academies, flight schools and instructors to teach and evaluate aircraft control techniques in addition to VFR and IFR procedures, aircraft systems, normal and emergency procedures.
Where to get flight simulator?
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