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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.
Asymmetric Thrust on Engines
Vertical Speed Indicator
Bank Angle Warning
Landing Gear Warning
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Jump into the cockpit and see if you have what it takes to be a Jumbo Jet pilot!