Aerofly FS 2 lets you explore the world of flying in a quality never seen before.
Fly a large selection of highly detailed aircrafts with fully animated 3D cockpits in the fantastic region of the San Francisco Bay Area and its surroundings.
Aerofly FS 2 sets a high value on realistic flight physics, highly detailed aircraft and a stunning, photo realistic, scenery.
Take your seat in the cockpit and enjoy flying over the famous Golden Gate Bridge or visit Alcatraz Island. Learn the basics of flying with our Flight School or practice landings in various atmospheric conditions using the ILS navigation system.
At the same time, Aerofly FS 2 features an intuitive user interface and requires virtually no training time.
• 7 aircraft included ( Airbus A320, F-18, Learjet 45, C172, Baron 58, ASG 29 glider, Pitts S-2B biplane )
• 11 aircraft available for purchase ( Airbus A380, B737-500, B747-400, F-15E, King Air C90 GTx, Aermacchi MB-339, Corsair F4U, Extra 330, Swift S1 glider, P-38 Lightning and Sopwith Camel )
• New regions available for purchase ( Switzerland and Southern California )
• Highly detailed and animated 3D cockpits
• Lighted cockpit at night time
• Automatic navigation tuning ( ILS, NDB and VOR )
• Realistic flight physics
• Sophisticated autopilot
• Interactive Flight school for learning the basics of flying
• High resolution aerial images of the San Francisco Bay Area
• Over 50000 square miles flyable area
• Display terrain features like mountains, lakes and cities for easy navigation
• Adjustable time of day
• Adjustable wind, thermals and turbulence
• Replay system
• Different view modes
Minor fixes when rendering airport lights.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
It’s an app
I believe this is a very good flight simulator for being an application. Of course it’s not a professional flight simulator but it does a good job at supplying some realism for being a pilot. I would like some improvements, I’ll list them down below, I don’t expect them but here’s some suggestions:
Boeing and Airbus callouts - When I fly the 737 or the A320 I’m mentally prepared to hear the Boeing callout or Airbus callout. Instead I hear some unknown voice actor doing the callouts.
A real time option - If the local time is 18:24 UTC, there should be an option to select it and it positions the sun or moon in sequence with the way the sun or moon is outside.
Weather conditions - Have the option to select the current climate outside.
Pushback - Have the option to pushback at the gate by a tug.
Aircraft skins - Add more airlines to the aircraft selection.
More destinations - I would love east coast options such as Florida and New York. Midwest destinations and the Hawaiian Islands.
These are some of my suggestions. I don’t expect to see these added, I would expect that this would be extremely difficult to add. I love the app, and I’ll continue to play it.
One of the best
In my opinion there are only three great IOS simulators: X-Plane10, Infinite flight, and Aerofly. Each sim has their pros and cons. There isn’t a single perfect simulator with every aspect being as real and as sharp looking as the ones you’d see on a good gaming PC, but the simulator takes the cake when it comes to overall look and feel. With photorealistic graphics, nicely modeled Mesh and terrain, and absolutely beautiful aircraft, I always find my self coming back to this simulator over the other two previously mentioned. However it does have its cons. Landing lights is something that I think would really top off this sim, as it is right now. It is rather hard on final at night with no lights to help guide you, especially on taxi. Another aspect I would want to see are functioning cockpit systems. As seen in X-Plane10, which is probably the main aspect in the sim which I absolutely love about it is that the cockpits, at least the ones that have been programed, are almost completely functional with the exception of a few switches and dials. I would at least liked to have seen some form of functionality on the flight decks. The modeled pilot in the captain seat is a nice touch, just a shame he doesn’t have captain epaulettes...
Other than that the sim is great and I’m really hoping for a new aircraft or two. Anything added would be great though. It’s been a while since our last big update
Not Really Supported
It is obvious that this app is only an advertisement to get you to buy more functionality on another platform. Yes, it is better than Infinite Flight in some ways, but more boring and the ground graphics are not as good on my 6S Plus. They seem not to make many updates, for this platform, and when you start using it, you can't even get a manual that explains the functions of the buttons. I am a pilot, who owns a 6 passenger Commache 260C, and they even confuse me. There is a ton of information on the internet about this flight sim, but almost all is it is for other platforms, and the few sites appearing to have iOS support that show up in searches have been deleted. It's as if someone tried to provide more information but was warned to remove it because it was not authorized, and there are excessive warnings about violating their copyrights. But it seems that if you switch to a more powerful platform it is pretty awesome. They do favor the PC platform though, because I see many messages that this or that is not available on the IOS platform.
- 2.6 GB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 1998-2019 IPACS
- In-App Purchases
- Boeing B747-400 $0.99
- Boeing 737-500 $0.99
- Airbus A380 $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.