The FlightGear application is a non-Plane simulator for commercial use Since 1997, the project has been developing the project, which aims to develop an airplane simulator for both on and off the plane. Using this application, you can cross-reference.Linux/MacOS / Free BSD are compatible with this platform. SimGear is the engine of the project which was used for making the program. It has a fully open source program which allows change from anyone. However, it is not completely clear whether the code writers were actually writing code only for its sake. at the moment FlightGear is a large-Scale modeller who control 432 aircraft. Application provides access to FlightGear World Scenary files that describe the features and locations of modern airfields on Earth's surface and related information.
There is an option of selecting a mouse, a keyboard, or a joystick for convenience. Any PC that supports the OpenGL graphics library will work with this application. A multiplayer mode is available. There is no complete version of the application.Using story lines and goals as its driving force, it has evolved into a computer game. Although there are quite a few challenges, the project strives for very good aircraft control simulations. There is also a possibility that FlightGear will inspire simulator fans and those with a background in computer development. There are thousands of variations and ways to modify programs, algorithms, and scripts.
- A realistic simulation of an aircraft.
- A reliable collection of 425 aircraft;
- A detailed overview of the earth's vast airfields;
- A source code for an open-source program, such as OpenOffice or Java.
- ; It can run on Windows/Linux/MacOS/Linux/Free BSD.
- Various types of people can play an important role in the development of the project.