Check out our latest updates!
Update 1.0.5 released!
The newest version of CombatFlite is available for download. Featuring a new installer, better update experience, added support for new aircraft and all the hot fixes, updates and features since last version (i.e. 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124). The setup automatically associates .cf files with CombatFlite for better convenience.
See a complete changelog.
17 Mar 2019
Update 1.0.4 released!
New version of CombatFlite is released and available for download. The download size is unusually small (under 50 MB). That's because the new maps (see below), together with elevation data will be downloaded from an update server after installation. You'll be prompted to do so after launching the app.
Most important changes include a new map engine (using MBTiles), auto-update functionality, much faster kneeboard generation, METAR to UniversRadio link-up, theater and aircraft updates, plus several bug fixes.
22 Dec 2018
A hot-fixed 1.0.3 version is available (addressing a kneeboard issue, several .miz import/export bugs, and added a multiple visibility plots functionality). Download the latest 126.96.36.199 build here.
Updated 16 Nov 2018
Update 1.0.3 released!
Next iteration of CombatFlite is available for download. The overall performance was improved, several reported bugs were resolved. New functionality includes auto-generated and custom AJS-37 cartridge import, application state saving and loading on start-up, alternate WP style, "Late activation" and "Hidden on map" property import/export and many other!
14 Nov 2018
Update 1.0.2 released!
What can I use CombatFlite for?
Flight planning easier and faster. Take a glimpse at how CombatFlite can help you.
Plan the entire mission
Create a mission (single/multi player) and export it
Insert user objects such as holding and refueling orbits or reference points. Create flight routes by snapping waypoints to airfields, nav points, reference points or orbit anchors. Move multiple overlaid objects together. Clone flights and/or organize them into packages. Navigational data are automatically calculated using an atmospheric model. Use advanced tools, such as visibility plot or terrain and slope visualization. Mark important areas by polygons, circles or labels.
Blue and Red planned separately, then merged
Let Blue and Red side leaders plan their flights separately. Send them to the Game Lead to merge them.
Send a CF mission file with a general situation (airspace, intel scenario) to the Blue and Red leader. Let them plan their side's flights. Send the Blue and Red CF mission files back to the Game Lead, who will import the Blue and Red flights into a single CF mission.
Rehearse your mission
See flights' positions. Check your timings.
Playback your mission using a timeline control tool. All important events, such as on-station times and TOTs, are highlighted for easier overview. Hit play or move the slider and watch where the flights are in various phases of the mission. Or jump to significant events using the controls below.
Create a briefing pack
Auto-generated briefing text. Stunning imagery.
Have the briefing text automatically generated. Add map snapshots, vertical route profiles, weather visualization, mission timeline, package flow, or any image to your briefing. You can export the briefing as a part of a .miz file, or as a stand-alone Rich Text Format (.rtf) file.
Generate handy kneeboards
Mission data card, maps, custom images
When you're done planning, generate a pre-filled customizable data card (with a navigation log, communication frequencies, package composition and more) and a route map. You can add custom images and insert the pack to your .miz file, print it or export it as .png files for use as a custom kneeboard.
Load your Viggen cartridge.
Create custom data cartridge for the DCS AJS-37
You can easily export any route you have created as a flight plan to a custom data cartridge file for the DCS AJS-37 Viggen. You can then load it in-game and let the Viggen's navigation system take care of the rest.
Speaking of Viggen, you can also import your AJS-37 data from a simulated mission and visualize it on a map.
See it all on your ABRIS
Export and see objects at your DCS Ka-50's ABRIS
You have the option to export flight plans, polygons, orbits, circles, reference points, nav points and other objects to your DCS Ka-50's ABRIS system to have them on your moving map in-game! The ABRIS settings are injected directly to a .miz file of your choosing. Saves you time creating all that manually in the game. Greatly enhances your situational awareness.