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Download X-Plane Mobile

Access over 37,000 airports all over the world, with over 11,500 fully 3D airports. Fly solo, or join thousands of other pilots in X-Plane’s new massively multiplayer online world.

Free download

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Minimum Requirements

X‑Plane Mobile requires an iPhone or iPad running the iPhone operating system iOS 13 or newer.

X-Plane Mobile is also available on Android devices that run Android 6.0 Marshmallow or newer, that supports OpenGL ES 3.0 or newer.

For more information on getting started with the app, see the X‑Plane Mobile online user manual.

Why Fly X-Plane Mobile?

Powerful. Accurate. Amazing.

Full World Scenery

Explore over 37,000 airports, over 11,500 of which feature 3D terminals, hangars, & more. 5 free regions also available.

Massively Multiplayer Online

Fly with others in a single shared world. Try the Fly-In of the Day at popular world airports.

Desktop-quality aircraft models

Why use stripped-down aircraft, when you can have all the detail of a desktop sim?

Interactive 3-D cockpits

Instruments, throttles, & more work just like the real thing.

Aircraft Extras

When you buy an aircraft, you'll also get the liveries, challenges & tutorials that come with it for free.

Desktop flight model

All the power & accuracy of X-Plane Desktop... on your mobile device.

Emergency scenarios

Simulate engine failures, bird strikes, & more with absolute realism.

Challenges & Tutorials

From practicing your first landing to surviving an engine failure and beyond.

Brand new combat system

Dogfighting has never before been this challenging, or this realistic.

Our Fleet of Aircraft

This aircraft in the X-Plane mobile app is a twin-engine, short- to medium-range commercial jet airliner introduced in 1980. It is primarily used for frequent, short-haul flights and can accommodate between 130 to 172 passengers.

Boeing B777-200ER

This aircraft in the X-Plane mobile app is nicknamed the “Triple Seven” and is the world’s largest twin-engine jet. It’s a wide-body airliner that can carry as many as 450 passengers as far as 9,000nm.


F-22 Raptor

This aircraft available on the X-Plane mobile app is a single-seat, twin-engine, stealth aircraft designed primarily to be a fighter, but with additional abilities like ground attack.


Boeing 747-400

This aircraft in the X-Plane mobile app is a wide-body commercial jet airliner and cargo aircraft. The 400 variant is the most common passenger version in service. It has an intercontinental range of 7,260 nautical miles and can accommodate between 416-660 passengers.


Boeing 737-800

This aircraft in the X-Plane Mobile app is a narrow-bodied, short- to medium-range airliner. It has 10 variants that can carry 85 to 215 passengers. It is the best-selling commercial jet airliner and has been in continuous production since 1967.


Beechcraft Baron B58

This is a six-seat, twin-engine, low-wing aircraft that sits on the top of the general aviation food chain as one of the most elite light general aviation aircraft.


A-10 Thunderbolt II

Unofficially known as “The Warthog,” this is a straight wing, twin-engine jet aircraft built for close air support of ground troops. It was designed around the infamous GAU-8 30mm cannon, built to attack tanks and armored vehicles.


Sikorsky S-76

This is a medium-sized, twin turboshaft, commercial helicopter. It’s popular in corporate transportation and frequently used by the oil drilling industry.


F-4 Phantom II

This aircraft is a tandem, two-seat, twin-engine, long-range jet interceptor/bomber used heavily in the Vietnam War.


Airbus A320

This aircraft in the X-Plane mobile app is a short- to medium-range, narrow-body, commercial passenger jet. It can typically carry 150 passengers about 3,300 nm. Features Interactive 3-D cockpit Glass panel instruments Retractable landing gear Two high-bypass turbofan engines 3 interchangeable liveries Screenshots [gallery link="file" ids="12920,12922,12923,12921,12924,12925"]


Beechcraft King Air C90

A six-seat, twin-engine, turboprop aircraft, the King Air is often described as “an SUV with wings” due to its versatility and performance.


Piaggio P.180 Avanti

The Avanti is a nine-seat, Italian, twin-engine, turboprop aircraft easily recognizable by its pusher engine configuration and forward wing.


Piper PA-18 Super Cub

A two-seat, single-engine, high-wing aircraft that’s known for its ability to takeoff & land in very short distances, as well as its unmatched ability to handle harsh environments.


Cirrus Jet SF50

X-Plane Mobile’s Cirrus Jet is a single-engine, low-wing very-light-jet aircraft. It’s the first aircraft in the “personal jet” category and is designed for personal and business travel.


Douglas DC-3

The Douglas DC-3 is a fixed-wing, twin-engine, propeller-driven airliner which revolutionized air transport in the 1930s and 1940s. It was fast, had a good range, could operate from short runways, and was considered reliable and easy to maintain.


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