The flight-tracker connects to your flight simulator and records all flights in real-time. The flight-data is automatically uploaded to the FSAirlines Crew-Center where it is used to compute your virtual airline's statistics.

The flight-tracker is available for Microsoft Flight Simulator and X-Plane (Windows only).

Current stable release

2024/01/27 22:25
* Support for Prepare3D v6
* Record as a crash any
landing with a VS > 3000 FPM
even if the sim does not
record a crash (this year that
would have effected 48
* Five new penalties
- Very Hard Landing (15%):
This is a hard landing with a
VS between 1500 fpm and 3000
- Gear up landing (15%)
- Water landing for non float
planes. (50% like crash)
- Ground Accident (5%): This
is when a crash is recorded by
the sim while the aircraft is
on the ground and travelling
at a speed less than 35 knots.
- Serious Ground Accident
(15%): This is a the same as a
Ground accident but when the
taxi speed is between 35 knots
and 55 knots.
Note the Ground Accidents were
being recorded as crashes
before so this is actually
helping rather than
* Do not record "exhausted
fuel supply" penalties before
takeoff, these have been
happening occasionaly because
of some simulator weirdnesses
and this should put a stop to
* If you forget to submit the
flight report at end of the
flight, the client will do so
automatically after fifteen
minutes if you forget.
* Preload more airport
information and other
improvements to reduce "wrong
airport penalties"
* Log files in the
Documents/airlines folder are
now by day and are purged
after 30 days.
* If client can not set fuel
levels accurately force pilot
to use set client to read
* Fix setting of fuel with
* Allow use of email for
* Fix calculation of distance
to destination in private
* Landing fee calculations.
* Fixed bugs when fueling
Windows XP/7/8/10 (Version v2.6.0)

Current beta release

Windows XP/7/8/10 (Version v2.6.0.2)
2024/07/07 17:21
- Moves data folder from
Documents/FSAirlines to
- Fixes minor bug where crash in
water would record water landing
and crash, should be one or the
other but not both.