The Benefits of a Mobile Flight Simulator

I start flight school because of infinite flight

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Cool article! Thanks Jason!

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Such a great article! Thanks for taking the time into making this and offering the community a chance to be featured!

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Infinite flight has definitely gave me the opportunity to do something that I did not pursue when I was younger. To this day I really enjoy it and look forward to fly every chance I get. Thank you all. .

I think the article and the support of everyone in the community definitely convinces a lot of people to start their path to their PPL.

I mean for me, I’m really debating on starting to work on my PPL or not but I have a strong feeling it will happen, with my devotion to IF. What do you all think?

Anyways, I enjoyed the article.

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A wonderful app and a great community thanks Jason and team. 😊☘️

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Head to your local flight school and do a discovery flight! Nothing to lose there. I had a friend who did that and realized he really preferred being a passenger instead. The discovery flight is a great test.

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This is an amazing article. I am amazing how motivating this app really is. I found Infinite Flight to be a complete life-changer. I especially love the community and the idea of “virtual airlines”. This really gave me the opportunity to work on my leadership skills and the IFVARB really make it somewhat like a start-up kind of feeling.


Thank you!

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Incredible article Jason :)

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This is very nice article!! Well done Jason!!

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This article turned out great Jason. I hope that others will be inspired to pursue their dreams of becoming a pilot or air traffic controller. Doesn’t matter if you’re young or aged like fine wine, this app has brought together unique groups of people.

That’s pretty neat!

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@jasonrosewell , you’re not going to believe this, but the paparazzi is following me around already! Had to leave the sprinklers on so they would stop trying to climb in through the windows, just to get a 30 second interview. Sigh, the life of the famous. Woe is me!

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I can definitely attest to infinite flight being a big help with PPL training - especially with ATC communications!

First solo is on March 15th, let’s see how it goes :)

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I think he’s calling me old… or a drunk. Either way, YOLO

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NICE! Let us know how it goes please 🙂

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Of course :)

I think it’s both.

Oops, i did not intend for that to be a public post… ehehehe

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The article turned out great, nice work Jason!

I’m envious of all the young people getting introduced to aviation through Infinite Flight and the surrounding community. When I started, I just played around on FSX with no real guidance. For all of you out there considering a hobby or career in aviation, take advantage of this! Pilots love to talk about flying, and I think I speak for the entire aviation community when I say any of us are more than happy to answer questions, offer guidance, and help inspire the next generation.

Keep up the great work, Infinite Flight!

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This reminds me of a video where Kurt Russel (actor) talks about becoming a pilot. Check it out at 2:35.

…it was very evident to me very quickly, was that all pilots’ favorite people were new pilots. They were so excited for them. You have no idea how great it can be.

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Sadly I was a little late to this topic 😅


I was given a gift flight ‘experience’ about 1½ years ago, and me playing Infinite Flight since about 2014, and only have live for about a year, I was only restricted to a few zones. I flew a Piper PA-28, which I loved, but both in the stormy weather, wasn’t the best, but I thoroughly enjoyed the fun ride! I did have a bit of a ‘death grip’ on the controls, but this was my first time flying. 🤷‍♂️

I then continued on and began to pay for more lessons for the flying club (Lydd Aero Club), so a few weeks back, I flew again, this time in a C152. The difference that I had, was astounding. From my first flight gripping on the controls, to one handed all the way, completing the entire flight from the Apron and back without any instructor input, I owe all to Infinite Flight. Ever since the new 172 has come out, it has interested me and inspired me to fly with General Aviation aircraft. I dream of being a commercial pilot (ideally in Canada, so look to the skies, Jason!), so I tend to always fly commercial in Infinite Flight unless it is a General Aviation themed schedule, or I have some spare time on my hands.


Here are two videos, the first, me on my first flight, and the second, my most recent one. The only experience I have is from the real world, which is currently only short of 10ish hours, and Infinite Flight, which is over 2,125.

(If you wondered why I was nodding, it was because my headset was broken. I didn’t have a working mic. That’s been fixed since.

I turned left a few times, we were basically navigating ourselves VFR to a VOR. Doesn’t seem right? The VOR was in a town we were flying VFR to. (And from)


If you can’t see my improvements between these two flights, then… idk. But if you do, then it shows that I want to say a massive “thank you” to all the Infinite Flight staff and moderators, for both developing an amazing game, keeping outstanding customer contact and satisfaction, and also the moderators, for their amazing work put into the community, both being a real help, great humour, and keeping our community, a safe, positive place.

Infinite Flight has kept my passion alive, I don’t plan to leave. I know people say that, but I i use no other sim and don’t plan to, as well as my life going into aviation and I know my passion won’t change. I love seeing the development of games, and I can’t wait to what will be brought over the years. I hope to meet you all, the people I talk to daily, at a meetup or somewhere. As soon as I get the details for an IF event in the UK, I’ll attend the best I can! I went to the Heathrow meetup when I was new to the community and IF Live, so that was a downside slightly. I sadly missed Cosford becuase my dad just thought ‘that’s too far away’, but after I showed him a few live streams, and showed my efforts into it, we also visited my sister shortly after in Shrewsbury/Birmingham, so we passed Cosford which won’t lie, really made me think and brought a tear quietly to my eye. Anyway my dad seemed to realise how much Infinite Flight actually means to me (which is a bloomin lot), so he promised that he would take me to the next event in the UK. Well I hope… There are some people out there who I talk to daily, and in the UK you know that you could see them, but just can’t add a picture to their face.

I know this was like an extended version of one article, but I want to share my experiences and passion, with the community I love.

– Ethan Cooper


Spelling mistakes R Us. It’s 7am -_-

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