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X-Plane 9 (Mobile)

X-Plane 9 is available on a number of mobile platforms, including the Android operating system, Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch, and the Palm Pre.

Included Aircraft

The X-Plane 9 app includes the following aircraft:

  • Cessna 172
  • Columbia 400
  • Piper Malibu
  • Cirrus Vision
  • Piaggio Avanti
  • Beechcraft King Air
  • Eclipse 500

The Cessna 172 is the most basic of the available craft, while the Columbia 400 is a high performance, turbocharged piston (that is, propeller-based) aircraft. The Piper Malibu is a piston-engined craft with a maximum speed very close to that of the Columbia 400. The Beechcraft King Air is a twin-turboprop craft, and the Cirrus Vision is a next-generation personal jet still being developed. Finally, the Piaggo Avanti is a super-efficient Italian turboprop business aircraft.

Included Flight Regions

X-Plane 9 includes the following regions:

  • Innsbruck, Austria
  • Hawaii
  • Boswell Bay, Alaska
  • Southern California
  • San Francisco, California
  • Desert Sky, California

Get it from the iTunes Store

Purchase X-Plane 9 for iPhone and iPod Touch from the iTunes App Store.

Get it from the webOS store

Purchase X-Plane 9 for the Palm Pre using this link.

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Get it for Android

You can purchase the X-Plane 9 app from Google Play (formerly the Android Market).

X-Plane 9: found in the main X-Plane Mobile manual

The main X-Plane Mobile manual (which includes X-Plane 9) can be downloaded using this link. Alternatively, you can view the manual online at the X-Plane Mobile manual page on the X-Plane Wiki.

If you don’t need the full manual, but only a quick introduction to the flight controls in the X-Plane Mobile apps, check out the Mobile Instructions page.

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