28.8k SyntheticL Comments

  • Some financial ideas for the site. 1.8 years ago


  • There is still hope for Mriya (Antonov An-225) 2 months ago

    China does not and will not have motive and power and industrial systeme required to engage in such a large opreation with almost no profit just fyi. I know it's heartbreaking to lost Mriya but sometimes we gotta face the truth. C'est la vie.

  • Shenyang J-8IIM Fighter one month ago


  • Baymax from“Big Hero 6” 1.7 years ago

    Im a simple creature, i see baymax, i upvote

  • Why Does Rafale Even Exist? 11 months ago

    i decide to copy ergi's quote.
    • if you are continually telling people their airplanes suck, then maybe you suck.

  • So uhh 1.2 years ago

    @ElonMusk you have to check this.

  • Potted Tree 1.7 years ago

    Funky tree

  • Flag of China 1.9 years ago

    国旗没错 奈何总是有傻逼无脑喷,,

  • Peeps. Chill. Successors are cool!!! Here’s why: 2.0 years ago

    Successors SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED. but Stealing should be REMOVED.

  • Update 1.9.205 2.2 years ago


  • Help! I can't pin my comments on other posts! 13 days ago

    Are you serious?

  • All hope... is lost. 2 months ago

    Humankind lost something.

  • Jundroo, Please.. 3 months ago


  • Air has 0 mass in SP 10 months ago

    Welcome to Mars

  • 5th Generation Challenge 1.6 years ago

    J-20 Is not 5th gen gang is comming

  • Simple Tiger I 1.9 years ago

    @asteroidbook345 lol

    you got a sherman called fury at straight ahead!

  • New Tutorial Plane 2.0 years ago

    tip: hellkeska is a sukhoi su-24
    nice tutorial plane btw and

    Jundroo pls update the tutorial

  • A-10 Thunderbolt (updated) 29 days ago


  • Xi'an JH-7A "Flounder" 2 months ago

    It's actrually built in my home city

  • ASF-270 10 months ago

    Maybe you should give a bit credit to @Jelybaca for using his 757 cockpit?

  • Why the cri-cri is a better plane than the Rafale 10 months ago

    I prefere Bicycle

  • So why was the passenger part removed anyways??? one year ago

    The dummy isn't 1:1 scaled tho.

  • Autoleading AA Turret 1.3 years ago

    @232287168147825 May I use this turret on my ships?

  • Profile Picture 1.5 years ago

    此时此刻,全世界的时钟都被拨 快 了 一 秒

  • Come on Huawei 1.8 years ago

    @TiFosiF 兄弟别键政了。。这不是键政的地方,这种谷歌战士你有必要和他争嘛?
    或者@SmartBear 麻烦清理一下罢

  • What do you think happened during the year 666? 1.8 years ago

    Abdul-Rahman ibn Abi Bakr, first child of first Rashidun caliph, Abu Bakr As-Siddiq
    Arnefrit, duke of Friuli (Northern Italy)
    Liu Xiangdao, official of the Tang Dynasty (b. 596)
    Ramla bint Abi Sufyan, a wife of Muhammad
    Yeon Gaesomun, dictator of Goguryeo (b. 603)

  • What sparked your interest in aviation? 1.8 years ago

    It fly.

    That's all.

  • rockyy's (areyougood's) Spawnable Island 1.9 years ago

    Dont make this into dramas people

  • A.F.C.U.-3 1.9 years ago


  • Funny quilt 2.0 years ago

    Politics and Religion
    Please, remember that this is a game about airplanes. While we do allow off-topic conversations in the forums, if you talk about religion or politics then there is a good chance that your post will be removed. Especially if we feel that it is likely to stir up debate.

    You are 100% trying to starting a debate, or you just hates communism. If you are trying to start a debate, SHUTUP. If you just hate communism, GET OUT OF THIS PAGE.
    You do not know what that fusealge craft means. A yellow round face with random-patterned quilt is a common net meme in Chinese society.
    ps. Comment reported.

  • Please fix the map 2.0 years ago

    and we need a true Airport like in the mod Prague Airport.

  • Flag of France 1814-1830 2.0 years ago

    The white flag French meme needs 2 die.

  • Update 2.0.001 - SimplePlanes 2 Mobile Beta 2.1 years ago

    Andrew Garrison removed

  • youfutongxiang 2.3 years ago

    @Strikefighter04 theres a Chinese word: 有福同享,有难同当(Yǒufú tóng xiǎng, yǒu nán tóng dāng) means faceing both blesses and crisises together, which is homophonic to 有蝠同享(read as Yǒufú tóng xiǎng too),蝠 means 蝙蝠(bat), The authors used this satirical works when there is precedent (2003 SARS) still insist on eating behavior of wild animals.(google translated)

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 16 days ago


  • houseboat 2 months ago

    Ah I always dream for this

  • MiG-15bis Fagot 2 months ago

    Wow, name-calling. Now someone is really triggered.
    @Vincent gib moderation
    By the way
    1) A firing lever in a gun which can be raised to be released by the trigger.
    2) A stopcock.
    1) Tilt (something) in a particular direction.
    Blame NATO, the An-22 is named Antaeus by the soviet themselves lmao

  • F/A-18 Super Hornet RAAF 2 months ago

    eat upvote and spotlight go platium :p

  • MiG-29 "Ghost of Kyiv" 2 months ago

    War is just [censored word usage].
    Everyone please stop stiring up dramas and lets hope for it ending soon.

  • b 2 months ago

    Antonov An-225 Mriya.

  • We lost the An225 3 months ago

    @TakicraftCorporation We can't make sure of something without any kind of visual proof. Even sometimes the visual proof might be made-up but,
    Still gotta hope, aye?
    I read somewhere said an antonov employee says russian have the Mriya under control. Let's wait for the fog to fade.. And face the truth whatever maybe.

  • Type 058 3 months ago

    when HQ-9 mounted on naval device its called HHQ-9

  • SimplePlanes MultiPlayer Servers 5 months ago Chinese Server opreated by Tieba community.
    There's an other better chinese server but it's private so i can't tell you the IP.

  • Archievements 6 months ago


  • [BETA] McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 7 months ago

    hehe boi we new members of le club

  • the UFO of the Frederick Valentich Case 10 months ago

    aluminum sausage

  • Type 003 aircraft carrier 10 months ago


  • Why Does Rafale Even Exist? 11 months ago

    • if you are continually telling people their airplanes suck, then maybe you suck.
    "Their airplanes" could referred to Rafale in this case.
    Do I need to remind you Rafale is an 1980s design and you are still yelling about "stealth"? Ye think F-117 hath enough air-air firepower or YF-22 ever had its flight in early 1990s?
    You think France is a superpower like ye Amerikaner or what?
    -Its range is mediocre.
    Very droll.
    You think 2,299 miles is mediocre, then what is F-35's 1,379 miles range?
    -It carries a tiny payload
    Very droll.
    21,000 lbs.
    For example F-15E is 23,000 lbs.
    Look, you can share your opinion about a real world aeroplane, you can point out where is the shortcomings, but for god's sake point the right ones.
    Rafale's engine and radar are their truly shortcomings.
    Starting a huge drama on the site is not fun, so kindly shut up and go away.
    Summoning the red-hats.

  • Platinum one year ago

    Platinum (Pt), chemical element, the best known and most widely used of the six platinum metals of Groups 8–10, Periods 5 and 6, of the periodic table. A very heavy, precious, silver-white metal, platinum is soft and ductile and has a high melting point and good resistance to corrosion and chemical attack. For example, its surface remains bright after being brought to white heat in air, and, though it readily dissolves in aqua regia, it is scarcely attacked by simple acids. (It does dissolve slowly in hydrochloric acid in the presence of air.) Small amounts of iridium are commonly added to give a harder, stronger alloy that retains the advantages of pure platinum.
    Platinum, one of the most abundant platinum metals, and its alloys are indispensable in the chemical laboratory for electrodes and for crucibles and dishes in which materials can be heated to high temperatures. Platinum is used for electrical contacts and sparking points because it resists both the high temperatures and chemical attack of electric arcs. Jewelry and dental alloys account for much of its use; platinum-iridium is used for surgical pins. The prototype international standard kilogram of mass was made from an alloy of 90 percent platinum and 10 percent iridium. The electrical resistivity of platinum is relatively high and depends markedly upon the temperature; the International Temperature Scale from −259.35 to 961.78 °C (−434.83 to 1,763.2 °F)is defined in terms of a resistance thermometer made with platinum wire. As a catalyst, platinum has many applications, notably in automotive catalytic converters and in petroleum refining.

    The Italian-French physician Julius Caesar Scaliger alluded (1557) to a refractory metal, probably platinum, found between Darién and Mexico. The first certain discovery was in the alluvial deposits of the Río Pinto, Colombia. The Spaniards called the new metal platina del Pinto for its resemblance to silver. The world’s most important deposits occur in the Transvaal of South Africa. Other deposits are found in Russia, Finland, Ireland, Borneo, New South Wales, New Zealand, Brazil, Peru, and Madagascar. In North America native platinum is found in Alaska-Yukon, California, and Oregon, in British Columbia, and in Alberta. Placer deposits are the most productive sources of the native element.