APPR/Autoland Tutorial

If you’re new to our autoland feature or are having a hard time getting it just right, this tutorial is for you! The APPR mode is found on many aircraft in the Infinite Flight fleet. Autoland will automatically fly an ILS or GPS approach, land the aircraft, and even apply brakes on the runway. While it does sound simple, there are a few key steps to ensure a smooth and successful approach!

Click below to tune in!


APPR Enabled Aircraft

Aircraft Has APPR
Airbus A318-100 Yes
Airbus A319-100 Yes
Airbus A320-200 Yes
Airbus A321-200 Yes
Airbus A330-200F –
Airbus A330-300 Yes
Airbus A340-600 –
Airbus A380-800 –
Boeing 717-200 –
Boeing 737-700 Yes
Boeing 737-700 BBJ Yes
Boeing 737-800 Yes
Boeing 737-900 Yes
Boeing 747-200 –
Boeing 747-400 –
Boeing 747-8 –
Boeing 747-SCA –
Boeing 747-SOFIA –
Boeing 757-200 –
Boeing 767-300 –
Boeing 777-200ER Yes
Boeing 777-200F Yes
Boeing 777-200LR Yes
Boeing 777-300ER Yes
Boeing 787-10 Yes
Boeing 787-8 Yes
Boeing 787-9 Yes
Boeing C-17 Globemaster III –
Boeing VC-25 –
Bombardier CRJ-1000 Yes
Bombardier CRJ-200 Yes
Bombardier CRJ-700 Yes
Bombardier CRJ-900 Yes
Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 –
Cessna 172 Skyhawk –
Cessna 208 Caravan –
Cessna Citation X –
Cirrus SR22 GTS –
CubCrafters XCub –
Daher TBM-930 –
Embraer E170 –
Embraer E175 –
Embraer E190 –
Embraer E195 –
Fairchild Republic A-10 –
General Dynamics F-16C –
Grumman F-14 –
Lockheed Martin AC-130 –
Lockheed Martin C-130H –
Lockheed Martin C-130J –
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 –
Lockheed Martin F-22 –
Lockheed Martin P-38 –
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Yes
McDonnell Douglas DC-10F Yes
McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 –
McDonnell Douglas MD-11 Yes
McDonnell Douglas MD-11F Yes
Supermarine Spitfire Mk VIII –