Prepar3D v5 has Launched!

The entire Lockheed Martin team is proud to launch Prepar3D v5 after more than two years since our last major release.  Prepar3D v5 is a foundation release and first step in the development of an all new platform built for next generation simulation and training.  Beyond our traditional flight simulator roots, Prepar3D v5 is better positioned to deliver multi-domain simulation and training exercises including live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) training where realism is critical.   

5 Ways Prepar3D Version 5 is Changing the Game

Whether you’re just “taking off” on your laptop or training to become an F-35® pilot, the latest release of Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D® software brings flight training even closer to reality. Private pilots, commercial organizations, academia, and militaries have relied on Prepar3D for immersive, experiential learning for almost 10 years. Prepar3D Version 5 is the first step in the development of an all-new platform built for next-generation simulation and training. This foundational release uses the latest DirectX 12 rendering engine for unparalleled performance, breathtaking weather visuals and a fully updated globe. Here are five ways Version 5 is solving tomorrow’s training

Prepar3D at FlightSimExpo in Las Vegas this June – Cancelled

FlightSimExpo 2020 has been cancelled. More than 45 flight simulation and aviation organizations, including Prepar3D, are participating in FlightSimExpo this June! As North America’s largest enthusiast flight simulation trade show and conference, FlightSimExpo expects to draw more than 1,500 pilots and simmers to Tropicana Las Vegas on June 12-14, 2020.   This is an all-ages event that welcomes simmers and pilots of all experience levels. A community-driven event, the venue, host city, and activities have all been determined by feedback from simmers and industry developers.   Lockheed Martin is proud to be a Diamond Sponsor of the event and will