Jumbo Jet Flight Simulator 4+

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TeaPOT Games

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 1.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Experience what it takes to be a Jumbo Jet Pilot. Get into the cockpit and take off to the skies. Handle emergencies and fly the aircraft back to a safe landing

MAYDAY! MAYDAY!! MAYDAY!!! Declaring an Emergency!

Jumbo Jet Flight Simulator is a flight simulator game consisting of 6 different jumbo jets that were popularly used in commercial aviation. Built using Airfoil physics the game delivers a highly realistic Flight Simulation experience on mobile devices.

Jumbo Jet Flight Simulator also features Disaster Missions which are based on real-life air crashes where a major malfunction cripples the aircraft. This is your chance to display phenomenal airmanship and pilot the airplane back to a safe landing or face impossible odds and fight till the bitter end.

The Game also features Day/Night cycles, Dynamic Weather, Free fly mode, and a Cockpit view. Unlike most flight simulation games on mobile, Jumbo Jet Flight Simulator offers a comprehensive list of control systems, instruments and warning systems.

Control systems:
Ailerons(roll control)
Elevators(pitch control)
Rudder(yaw control)
Reverse Thrust
Asymmetric Thrust on Engines
Landing Gear

Airspeed Indicator
Attitude Indicator
Vertical Speed Indicator
Turn Indicator
Slip/Skid Indicator

Warning Systems:
Stall Warning
Bank Angle Warning
Terrain Warning
Landing Gear Warning
Master Caution


Airbus A380
Nicknamed as SuperJumbo, A380 is the world’s largest full-length double-deck airliner with a seating capacity of 525. With 4 turbofan engines the Airbus A380 can fly for 14,800 km.

Boeing 747
Dubbed as the original ‘Jumbo Jet’ , Boeing 747 is the world’s first wide-body airliner. Also called ‘Queen of the skies’, more than 1,500 aircraft were built over a span of 50 years.

Ilyushin Il-86
Often remembered as ‘USSR's first wide-bodied aircraft’, the Ilyushin Il-86 was built by the Ilyushin design bureau for the Soviet Union. Out of the 100+ airplanes that were built, only 3 remain in service, all with the Russian Air Force.

Lockheed L-1011 TriStar
Built by Lockheed Corporation, the ‘Tristar’ came into production in the 1970s to compete against Boeing 747 and the McDonnell Douglas DC-10. A total of 250 Tristars were built and only one remains in service.

Airbus A310
Often known as the world's first twin-jet wide-body airplane with range long enough for it to be operated on transatlantic flights, Airbus A310 first came into production in 1983.

Boeing 777
Commonly referred to as the ‘Triple Seven’, it is the first Boeing aircraft with fly-by-wire controls. First launched in 1995, 777 had become the most-produced Boeing wide-body jet, overtaking the 747.

Jump into the cockpit and see if you have what it takes to pilot a Jumbo Jet!

What’s New

Version 1.141

* Minor UI and Gameplay realted Bug Fixes
* Level difficulty tweaks
* Compliance updates

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

Pjelly1979 ,


I like the many options on the plane very good. I also liked how you label your levels like a air crash investigation title.
It’s very fun It’s pretty realistic the cargo door level was interesting it blew so violently, anyways thanks for making this game!

Also I liked how there is a separate engine throttle button :)

UA835 ,

Could be much improved

This game has potential, however the physics, if one can even call it that, is very broken and unrealistic. The airport layouts should make more sense. I suggest checking how real life airports look like from satellite views. The 747’s cockpit is that of the 777. The take off and landing speeds are way too high. Most aircraft don’t use full flaps to take off, more often they use half flaps or some other specific setting. This game would be a lot better in general if what I have listed could be fixed or improved. It could be a lot better.

PhoenixFlight24 ,

Well Done

Been playing a lot of Flight Sim games since i begun flying earlier this year and this is by far the most fun I’ve had since playing this game! A Big Thank you to the creators of this beautiful game! Keep Rising and inspiring:)

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