Can you fly the Blackjack freely in the overworld in Final Fantasy VI?
I just finished the opera scene and it brought me to the other continent. I can't seem to be able to fly it freely like the Highwind in Final Fantasy VII.
Am I missing something?
Yes, you can freely fly the Blackjack once you progress far enough into the story. I believe after you complete raiding the Imperial Magitek facility, you can start flying the airship to wherever you want.
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