Advanced Flight Modeling Simulation is excited to announce the release of the G5 PFD/HSI avionics add-on. The Advanced Flight Modeling G5 is a simulation inspired by the Garmin G5 and is for X-Plane 11. It is a true to life simulation which may be ran in different modes for your favorite aircraft(s) in X-Plane.

The AFM G5 electronic flight instrument is an all-in-one backup or primary “glass cockpit” display. The G5 has 2 pilot-selectable main page formats: a PFD page and a DG (directional gyro) or HSI (horizontal situation indicator) page. By combining visual cues and data readouts once scattered across a myriad of instruments, G5 makes flight information easier to scan — so pilots can respond more quickly and intuitively to any inflight situation.

Highlighted Features

  • Can be ran with any aircraft in pop-out mode, or in the 3D cockpit when an aircraft developer includes the option for it.
  • The default X-Plane Cessna 172 is included with the G5 mod ready to fly
  • A great set of instruments to assist in your instrument scan and assist with safer flight
  • Exclusively interfaces with the RealSimGear G5 desktop hardware (Not required but recommended)!


John Waters · January 6, 2020 at 7:56 am

This looks awesome. Will it work with the vFlyteAir Cherokee 140 Modern? (vFlyteAir_Cherokee140Modern)

    Cooper LeComp · January 6, 2020 at 10:00 am

    There should be no issues for it to operate in popup mode without any serious configuring. To integrate into the 3D cockpit, we would be happy to work with vFlyteAir, let them you are interested in seeing it integrated!

      John Waters · January 6, 2020 at 10:07 am

      I will contact them. I use VR (Oculus Rift) and Popup mode doesn’t work well in that environment.

John Mitzelfelt · January 12, 2020 at 7:01 pm

Any chance you could contact “CARENADO”? Tell them it would be terrific if the
ADVANCED FLIGHT MODELING G5 Avionics (for X-Plane 11) item could be added
to their Beechcraft F33A aircraft (for X-Plane 11). I’d sure be interested in buying it
if it could!

    Cooper LeComp · January 12, 2020 at 8:55 pm

    We are ready to work with any developers that want the G5 integrated in their aircraft. If enough customers contact developers, they will hopefully be receptive 🙂

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