Airplane Fly Hawaii Cheats And Tips
Say aloha to your favorite new flight sim.
Although Airplane Fly Hawaii isn't as complicated as Microsoft's Flight Simulator, it does provide plenty of jet-propelled thrills for fans of the genre. You'll choose from a number of planes and take part in several flying missions around the Hawaii islands, unlocking new aircraft using points earned in-game or through separate purchases.
Make the most of your Hawaiian journey with these helpful tips.
How do I play Airplane Fly Hawaii?
There are two general control functions. A meter on the lower left hand side controls the speed of your aircraft, and you can increase and decrease it however you please, though generally, you'll only use it for takeoffs and landings. The analog stick on the lower right hand side of the screen controls the direction of your plane, and you'll want to make sure to keep a steady distance above the ground - and passing over mountains - to avoid a nasty crash.
You'll also want to pay attention to the meters that appear on the top left corner of the screen. The one in the center is the most important, as it shows you where you need to go using a red marker on its compass. If your plane is pointed that way, you're going in the right direction.
Fuel and speed are also worth paying attention to, as you don't want to mess around too much on your flight and miss the destination. You have points to earn.
Help! I need takeoff and landing tips for Airplane Fly Hawaii?
The general rule is to watch your speed and plane positioning. Take-offs are rather easy, as you simply need to bring your plane up to speed and get its nose up. For landings, you'll want to decrease speed enough so you can tip the plane down so that its wheels land safely on the ground. It can take some practice, but after you make your first landing, you'll see how easy it is.
How do I unlock new planes in Airplane Fly Hawaii?
With each flying mission - which usually zips you from one Hawaiian island to another - you'll earn points. You can accumulate points to unlock a number of vehicles, including helicopters, jumbo jets, 747s and even jet fighters (though you can't fire missiles, sorry). The bigger the jet, the more points you'll receive. The faster the jet, the quicker you'll reach the destination. It pays to shop around.
In addition, you can buy jets directly with an in-app purchase, which we cover below.
Do I need to pay for anything in Airplane Fly Hawaii?
The game is free-to-play during the day missions, but in order to access the best jets - as well as the beautiful Dusk missions - you'll need to make a separate purchase. These options vary, from $1.99 per plane to $11.99 for the entire package. If you're a flight enthusiast and want everything, the full purchase is your best bet.