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Thread: First 3rd Party Aircraft for Aerofly Released (free)

  1. Default First 3rd Party Aircraft for Aerofly Released (free)

    Dino Cattaneo (Indiafoxtecho) has just released his beta SIAI Marchetti S-211 as freeware to the general public. https://indiafoxtecho.blogspot.com/2...rofly-fs2.html

    His statement follows:

    It is clear to me that I will not have the time, at least for several months, to bring the SIAI-Marchetti S.211 for Aerofly FS2 to the same level of quality of the FSX/Prepar3D version.
    But if there is a thing I despise is wasting my work.


    So I decided to release it "as is" as freeware for everybody to enjoy.

    "As is" means that is it still somewhat incomplete: that is radios, the navigation instruments and some gauges are not working and the flight model is "decent" but far from the flight manual accuracy of the FSX/P3D version.

    Also, steering the aircraft on the ground is quite difficult (the real aircraft does not have a steering wheel, and so does the AFS2 version...but differential braking does not work that well in my implementation).
    Do not expect any kind of support from my side - as usual I'll try to help if I can, but this product is not officially supported.

    Thinking about it, I believe this is the very first third party aircraft for AFS2. While the sim itself is not yet as complete as P3D or XP11, it offers a great VR experience and unsurpassed performance (well above 120 frames per second on the highest settings on my system) and wonderful photoreal sceneries. And then there are ORBX addons.

    Anyway, this model features:

    - Detailed visual model of SIAI-Marchetti S-211
    - Visually detailed virtual cockpit, with basic functionality and preliminary night lighting
    - Multiple liveries including JPATS, Philippine Air Force and Singapore Air Force
    - Basic, easy to fly flight model

    To install the package you should drag and drop the S211 folder contained in the zip file to either the "addons/aircraft" or the "aircraft" subfolders of you Aerofly USER folder.

    By default your AFS2 user folder is the Documents folder - you can copy-paste this shortcut to get there.

    C:\Users\%USERNAME%\Documents\Aerofly FS 2

    You can download the S-211 for Aerofly FS2 by clicking Here or from the FREEWARE section on the side bar.


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    An update for this aircraft has been released:

    Jan at Ipacs has got the gear working better now and cleaned up the controls (clickspots). Now you should be able to fly this aircraft in VR with VR hands. The most basic items are now interactive: stick, throttle, gear lever, flap lever, parking brake and a couple of knobs that worked earlier.

    https://www.aerofly-sim.de/download/...ofly_fs_2_s211

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