FlyJSim Announces Shared Flight for X-Plane 11

FlyJSim has announced Shared Flight for X-Plane 11. According to the developer, the software “…aims to enable multi-person crews and flights in a seamless shared cockpit experience. It seeks to eliminate massive pain points with existing solutions that have so far discouraged people from enjoying a shared cockpit experience.”

Shared Flight will utilize a client-server model to eliminate firewall and P2P networking issues. Moreover, “Terrain mesh and scenery differences are smoothly accommodated. And aircraft will be actively supported by the Shared Flight team so that users will never have to manage, make, or distribute their own “config” files, nor wonder why things just don’t work.”

The software will be compatible with the FlyJSim 732 and 727 (and eventually the Q4XP), additional support for other third party aircraft is also planned for the future. Although pricing is not yet available, it will be sold as a tiered subscription model. There is currently no release timeline for the project.

Loading Images

To review the complete project announcement, see the source post via Facebook. Alternatively, for more information about FlyJSim, visit the developers website.

*Images courtesy of FlyJSim.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *