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FlightGear 2016.1 “San Francisco” has been released!

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The FlightGear development team is delighted to announce the v2016.1 “San Francisco” release of FlightGear, the free, open-source flight simulator. This new version contains many exciting new features, enhancements and bugfixes.

Download FlightGear v2016.1 for free from www.FlightGear.org/download

Have any questions or need help with something? Try FlightGear's official forum at forum.FlightGear.org/

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Very cool, except for the guy sounding like he's pinching his nose while talking......  :lol:

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Just curious, does anyone know why they changed the version numbering? (e.g. form 3.4 to 2016.*.*).

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In the past, FlightGear had two stable releases per year, and the stable releases always had an even number after the period (x.2, x.4, x.6 etc.). Since the beginning of this year, the release cycle changed to a trimester base, and the new version numbering has the advantage of telling you exactly when a version was released (e.g. a 2017.3 will be released on the 3rd trimester of 2017). I personally would have stick to the old system, but already got used to the new one :-)

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