PlaneCommand Voice control for X-Plane

Voice Control

Control your plane with your voice- PlaneCommand is your copilot.

Switches, dials, and buttons all obey your commands- no more fiddling with keyboard commands.

Speak naturally

Advanced grammar processing allows you to speak just as you would to your copilot.

No commands to memorize, no frustration. More about commands

Download for free

Basic commands come free. Tune COM1, raise the gear, turn on carb heat.

Upgrade to Pro to get navigation radios and autopilot for only $19.

"Such a cool plugin, stoked at the price. This could be very very cool for flying VOR to VOR, lightening the workflow"
"Just tried the free version, and it's awesome. Gives some kind of copilot feeling to X-Plane, really great!"

PlaneCommand version 3 - beta version available soon!

PlaneCommand version 3 is the latest and most complete version of PlaneCommand yet! It's still under testing, but you can try the beta version today. What's new:

Better copilot

Smarter copilot prevents critical mistakes: he won't let you raise the landing gear on the ground, or deploy thrust reversers while in the air.

Copilot sounds better- choose from different voices with different accents. (You can also adjust how fast or loud the copilot talks.)

Better recognition

More ways to give existing commands mean that you'll be heard better.

Upgraded voice recognition is even more accurate.

More systems can be controlled in this version, making flying that much more natural.

More aircraft

More and more of the most popular aircraft are supported in PlaneCommand. We'll be adding even more in the future.

Users with technical skills can expand support for other types of aircraft, and share them.

Updated frequently

New features and commands are always coming. Every update makes using PlaneCommand more natural. Bugs are fixed, and more planes work trouble-free.

I hate paying for updates to software, so upgrades are always free for Pro users, forever. There's no reason not to have the latest version.

Your virtual copilot interacts with you

Every time you speak, you'll hear back from your copilot, letting you know what's happening. You'll know that you were heard correctly.

Set altimeter to three zero two eight
You say
Altimeter is set to three zero two eight
Planecommand responds

A few systems give a bit more feedback- for instance, when you raise or lower the landing gear using PlaneCommand, you'll hear a response both when the gear starts moving, and when it's successfully raised or lowered.

There are hundreds of other commands in PlaneCommand- take a look at the list of all of them.

Please raise the landing gear
You say
Landing gear going up
Planecommand responds
Landing gear is up and locked
Planecommand responds

Satisfaction guaranteed

PlaneCommand should give you a more enjoyable, more realistic, and overall better experience flying. If for some reason you aren't 100% happy with it, simply send me an email and I will happily refund your money up to 30 days after purchase. My previous customers have been consistenly satisfied, and I'm sure you will be as well.

Try for free before you buy

Unsure if PlaneCommand is for you? I have made a free version so you can try out a few commands, and show you how accurate voice recognition is. I've tried to make it useful on it's own- many basic commands for VFR flying are covered.

This isn't some time limited demo, it's a legitimately useful plugin. You can use the free version forever if you don't need the more advanced commands. When you're ready to unlock the all the features, you can buy the Pro version here. Just type in your license key to upgrade.

Free versionPro version
Landing gear
Flaps
Spoliers
Transponder
Altimeter
Communication radios
Navigation radios
Autopilot
PriceFree foreverJust $19

Customize for new aircraft

Starting with version 3, technical users can make new profiles for different types of aircraft. Develop new profiles for new aircraft, and share them with friends, or contribute them to PlaneCommand so everybody can enjoy your favorite aircraft. More details here.

Talk your way through each phase of flight

Commands for many aircraft systems, you'll be able to fly much more efficiently and confidently. No more searching for obscure keyboard shortcuts! Here's a list of some things you might use in a typical flight:

Takeoff

"Start the APU"
"Turn on the APU generator"
"Start engine number 1"
"Start engine number two"
"Tune COM1 to 128.4"
"Set the transponder to standby"
"Set transponder to 2355"
"Turn on the transponder"
"Set altimeter to 2978"
"Landing lights on"
"Set flaps five"

Climbout

"Raise the flaps"
"Landing gear up"
"Landing lights off"
"APU generator off"
"APU off"
"Tune COM1 to 113.4"
"Set altitude to 12 thousand feet"
"Autothrottle on, please"
"Flight level change on"

Navigation and cruise

"Set altitude to 34 thousand feet"
"Autopilot on"
"Set heading to 120 degrees"
"Heading hold on"
"Flight level change on"
"Set speed to mach 0.82"
"Please turn off the seatbelt light"

Approach

"Set altitude 3500 feet"
"Set course to 117 degrees"
"Tune NAV1 to 109.3"
"Approach hold on"
"Flight director on"
"Landing lights on"
"Landing gear down"

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