Airport Madness 4 is a fun, addictive air traffic control game. Control passenger jets and military aircraft into and out of busy airports. This app is loaded with complex airports and fun challenges. Handle a runway closure during a snow storm. Land fighter jets on aircraft carriers. Witness UFO activity in Area 51.
In Airport Madness 4 you are an air traffic controller, managing airplanes as they travel to and from major international airports. Move airplanes as quickly as possible while keeping the skies and runways safe from midair collisions. You are the last line of defense against disaster. Do you have what it takes to handle the world's most stressful job?
Airport Madness 4 offers real pilot voices, bad weather, emergencies, and a radar scope. Helicopters, float planes and space shuttles are just a few of the new and interesting aircraft you will see. In addition, there are new control features such as 'vectoring' and runway changes. Airport Madness 4 is a must-have game for any aviation enthusiast. It's incredibly simple to learn, yet insanely addictive and challenging. Choose from six unique airports, including a dozen different airport challenges. Our revamped physics engine offers smoother motion and more realistic aircraft behavior. The addition of several new aircraft will challenge your ability to recognize performance differences between different aircraft types, such as the Boeing 747, Airbus A380 and even the Concorde!
The sixth game in the Airport Madness series includes new features, such as assignable arrival and departure runways, different game modes, human pilot voices, and radar. We've added a player efficiency meter, to show controllers how well they are performing.
Click on the aircraft to display their individual control panels. Provide takeoff clearances only when runways appear to be clear of other aircraft.
60 different levels;
40 different aircraft types;
3 different eras, including future, plus an '1802 steampunk' era.
The PC/Mac version of this game retails for $15. The price is reduced to build our Google Play rating.
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We recommend that players drink coffee, or another caffeinated beverage, while they play. You will need to have your wits about you while you play. Keep your eyeballs moving! You never know when you are about to have a midair collision on your radar screen.
Control air traffic at one of these five sectors:
Los Angeles International
Las Vegas McCarran
Rio De Janeiro
This app is designed to give aviation enthusiasts a taste of the world's greatest job. The radar behavior in this app is identical to that of real-world air traffic control radar screens, utilizing a 3-second sweep that air traffic controllers are accustomed to. Much work has been done to make such a complex job fit inside the palm of your hand.
You are the approach controller whose job is to manage arriving passenger jets at various busy airports. Establish arriving aircraft onto 'final approach' as safely and efficiently as possible. As in the real world of ATC, you must walk a very fine line between being cautious and being expeditious. A top notch air traffic controller knows how to bring planes in 'tight', without breaking the 'three mile rule'.
Keep all aircraft at least THREE MILES apart or at least 1000 FEET VERTICALLY apart. That's your job in a nutshell! Earn extra points by establishing the planes onto final approach without extra wasted space.
Air traffic controlling is achieved by assigning a mixture of three things: HEADING, SPEED, and ALTITUDE. Use these three tools to achieve safety and efficiency.
A successful air traffic controller must remain CALM, COOL and COLLECTED, known as the 'three C's'. Who knows, you may one day use these skills and apply for a real ATC job! Find out why real-world air traffic controllers have nerves of steel.
Inspired by our Airport Madness series, Midair Madness is a fast, simple air traffic control game that requires no learning. Just swipe the airplanes to assign them turns.
Keep your eyes moving! Keep your fingers moving! Can you achieve a 3-star rating on all six levels?