Ending a flight in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is not as straightforward as you might think. After you’ve landed your plane and turned off the engines, there might still be a prompt to turn off the engine. A lot of folks are getting around this issue by quitting to menu after each flight – flight times and locations are still recorded, so it’s not much of a difference really. But it’s not how it’s supposed to work. If you’re wondering how to end flight in Flight Simulator 2020, this guide will show you exactly that.
How to end flight in Flight Simulator 2020
After you’ve landed your plane and taxied to the parking spot on the airport, you’ll first have to shut off the engine. This doesn’t end the flight, though. You’ll also have to turn off aux power (the battery). If the flight still doesn’t end after that, you can turn on autopilot and it will perform the necessary actions to end the flight.
There also seems to be bug which stops people from ending a flight if the ATC breaks during landing. It’s a minor issue, compared to what others are experiencing – crashes, freezes and being unable to download the game – but it’s still annoying. Missing out on the end flight screen isn’t a disaster – all the stats are saved even when you quit to menu after landing – but some people would like a sense of closure that screen provides.
If you’re having trouble with other parts of the game, we’ve also written about the controls, how to play multiplayer with friends, how to use active pause, and how to refuel during bush missions. We’re going to keep playing Flight Simulator 2020, and we’ll write about any other issues that might crop up, so stay tuned for more.