APPControl is an air traffic controller game for Android. Keep aircraft separated by 1000 feet or 3 miles, and guide them using altitude, speed and heading clearances.

Get APPControl now on Google Play!

Touch one aircraft to select it, and touch it again to activate the control panel. You’ll have to build good arrival sequences and maintain an orderly traffic flow, at an increasing pace!

APPControl - Air Traffic Controller game on Android

Like on real ATC systems, each flight is represented with a position symbol, a speed vector and a tag. If two flights come to close, a warning system will a give you an alarm… React before it’s too late, or the game will be over. Use the speed buttons to play in real-time, or at 2, 5 or 10 times real-time. Will you have the nerves to handle that?

APPControl - Air Traffic Controller game on Android

The app offers 23 different airports:

London Heathrow – New-York JFK – Paris Charles-de-Gaulle – Houston Intercontinental – Frankfurt am Main – Miami International – Zurich Kloten – Chicago O’Hare – Amsterdam Schiphol – Dallas Fort-Worth – Denver International – Sydney Kingsford Smith – Las Vegas Mc Carran – Los Angeles International – Hamburg – Wichita Mid-Continent – San Diego – Madrid Barajas – Charlotte Douglas International – Milano Malpensa – Copenhagen – Brussels – Bangkok

Get APPControl now on Google Play!

Want to give it a try before buying it? Get the free version, which offers two airports, and the 25 flights mode only.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Chris Page December 12, 2014 at 1:17 pm

Hi I love your app (iphone) and after getting to grips with the free version i purchased the paid one.

I know you have a version for google play but i have a Kindle Fire so can’t get it.
Please can you submit your app to the Amazon kindle app store or allow me to get the .apk version?

Thank you :-)


Pal G. July 2, 2013 at 12:58 am

I like this app – I have played the iphone and ipad versions. I have a request that you remove the line that is drawn from the aircraft to its destination. Although this is a simulation, I believe the line detracts from the ‘as real as it gets’ mantra. Let the controller read the tags – not rely on assists which I do not believe exist in real ATC – at least what I’ve seen.

Thank you.


Bovine July 3, 2014 at 8:02 pm

Pal G, the lines you’re referring to are the speed+direction indicators? Those are definitely present on the actual ATC panels that I’ve seen.


hgh April 24, 2013 at 2:01 pm

Could you provide a pause function in this version? Thanks!


Vincent February 2, 2013 at 6:09 pm

Hi Stefano,

the triangles are entry or exit points. This are points where aircraft enter or leave the airspace.



Stefano January 29, 2013 at 9:37 am

thank for this game – android version. I bought the full app and however simple it’s not easy to be a virtual flight controller!
Only one question – I’m a newbie at airplane matters – what are the scattered small triangles – filled or not filled – labeled with a three letter name?
Thank you


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