Mobile flight simulator, Infinite Flight, has released its newest update that brings additional 3D airports, additional free regions and also the A330-900neo.
The A330-900neo was developed by Airbus as the successor to the A330-300 and brought with it a new wing design, improved engines and other aerodynamics benefits that enabled it to be more environmentally friendly and fuel-efficient. With the A330-300 already in Infinite Flight, it made sense for the developers to focus on this and bring another wide-body jet to the mobile sim. Version 21.5 of Infinite Flight brings the jet to the simulator with 17 liveries such as Air Belgium, Corsair, LionAir and TAP.
In addition to the new aircraft, Infinite Flight has expanded its 3D airports with 26 new ones added to the sim. These airports include Keflavik, Frankfurt Main, Manchester, Washington Dulles, Istanbul and many more. In total, 93 3D airports have been added to Infinite Flight. Flying to each of these airports is great, but having great scenery is a must to get the true experience. This is why version 21.5 includes a selection of new free regions for anyone to fly across. This means even if you don’t have a Pro subscription, you can discover solo flying over these great looking areas from your mobile device.
The full changelog for Infinite Flight 21.5 can be found below. Otherwise, you can check out the free version over on the App Store for iOS or on Google Play for Android. Be sure to check out the full blog post for a full rundown of all the new airports.
- Added A330-900neo with 17 liveries
- Added 27 new 3D airports, including Madrid, Istanbul, Manchester, Houston, and more
- New non-Pro regions, including Singapore, Brazil, the Alps, and more
- New custom 3D towers for Mumbai (VABB) and Bangkok (VTBS)
- Korean Air B777-300ER livery
- Audio behavior during app interruptions on iOS
- App crashes when launching the app with Screen Time on iOS
- Occasional crashes when rewinding replay
- Occasional crashes when using “Back 20s” in Solo
- Occasional crashes when logging in with Infinite Flight on Android