X-Plane is incredibly extensible. You can simulate new aircraft, make 3-D models, or even change the functionality of the program in drastic ways.
Over the weekend, I published a Python package called
xplane_airports. This serves two major use cases:
apt.dat) files used by X-Plane, and asking questions like “does <some airport> support <some feature>?”
We’re pushing to get a stable X-Plane 11.30 beta 3 right now, and I think we’re making progress: Chris has fixed the crash when using the radio stack audio (this Windows-only crash was very frequent) and I have found at least one case of collapsing landing gear. Read More