Take flight and put your piloting skills to the test in FLYBY.
Soar over Texas' iconic locations while dodging hostile aircraft on your journey to the finish line. Earn medals for your bravery and collect parts to build new aircraft. Compete with friends to get the highest online score for each level.
FLYBY was a collaborative effort by the DFW Regional Aerospace Consortium, managed by Workforce Solutions, partnered with North Central Texas Council of Governments, and developed by the University of Texas in Arlington Art + Art History Department. The mission of the game is to generate interest in Aerospace and aviation careers at the elementary, middle and high school level to build a local talent pipeline for employment opportunities. Sponsored by industry giants Lockheed Martin, Alliance Airport, Airbus, and Bell Helicopter. Make sure to go see the current FLYBY high scores at the NCTaviationcareers.com website
Special thanks to the SEED 11 competition winner Joey Gonzalez for his JG-16 aircraft design. As well as Birdville Center of Technology & Advanced Learning, Dunbar High School, James Martin High School, and V.R. Eaton High School for allowing us to play test FLYBY with their bright students.
Experience Texas' iconic locations such as Alliance Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and Corpus Christi.
Pilot some of the aviation industry's prized aircraft including the Lockheed Martin's F35 and C130J, Airbus's H155 and EC225, Bell's V280, and a conceptual aircraft chosen from a high school competition.
Explore the career links to learn about exciting job opportunities in the aerospace and aviation fields.
Learn more about the industry simply by reading trivia at the beginning of each level. Bonus points can be achieved by answering a trivia question once you've completed the level.
See where you stand among other pilots on the online high score board at the end of each level or by visiting the NCTaviationcareers.com website.
Earn medals and collect parts to unlock new aircraft with different attributes.
Check the profile to see your flying history.