Another C152 - freeware

  • Hello dear Aerofly fans,

    I am aware that Just Flight will release a C152 soon and I'm sure it will be great.

    I have also been working on a C152 project for the last five month. It' certainly not as good as the Just Flight version will be but here it is.

    This is my very first aircraft ever. Please be indulgent with my errors.

    I hope you will enjoy flying it while you wait for the "full fat" version.

    Three colors and two panel color versions.

    To open the doors:…-from-sylvain-delepierre/

  • Wow! This looks awesome!

    Nothing but respect for someone who creates this kind of stuff.

    Keep up your good work! I have little time right now but will try your creation soon.



  • Congratulations Sylvain for this wonderful achievement worthy of a payware model.:thumbup:

    Thank you very much for all this work!;)

    Best wishes 😉


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  • Thank you so much sydel! Ditto to the comment quoted above.

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  • Thank you all for your kind words, much appreciated.

    For those who are interested in how to make an aircraft, here are the tools I used:

    • Sketchup version 8 (freeware) for the main model.
    • AC3D 8, to import the .dae, resize and rename the model parts and export as .tgi
    • PaintShopPro for the textures
    • Notepad++ for the tmd files
    • a big box of aspirin, useful at the end of the day

    Also count around 500 hours of work.

    Best, Sylvain

  • Wow ! congratulations Sylvain, that aircraft looks really good, I'm amazed you did such a professional job just using Sketchup !

    Looking forward to flying her.



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  • I think I can say the same as ftpleta2. The logical thing is that reports more precisely where to find the "zip" for download. The message "The link is in the original post." Is not an answer. It costs nothing to be more precise.

    Regards: Delfin

  • Jeez guys, reading costs nothing either. It says right on the site:

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  • The logical thing is that reports more precisely where to find the "zip" for download. The message "The link is in the original post." Is not an answer. It costs nothing to be more precise.

    Maybe that's because the question was not that clear to me.

    Anyway, I hope HighFlyer's answer helped you to find the download button.

    Best, Sylvain