View Full Version : An Explosion Of Beta Freeware Planes For Aerofly FS2

March 2nd, 2019, 11:41
So here's the story.

A very generous and talented long time Aerofly content creator (all the way from the FS1 days) named krzysk is in the process of converting an extensive library of aircraft to FS2.

Be aware, these planes are in various stages of completion, from rough alpha to beta, and he has hosted them to github for users to try while he continues to work on them. Updates can be as often as every few hours, so be sure to check back often for the latest version!

Downloading is simple: Download, unzip, and place the unzipped folder into the appropriate Aerofly aircraft folder. Be aware that the unzipped folder will have the Suffix -Master, which will need to be removed before the plane will appear correctly within Aerofly's aircraft selection screen.

The currently available planes can be found here: https://github.com/krzysk1?tab=repositories

The original thread regarding this subject, including pictures of some of the planes begins here: https://www.aerofly.com/community/forum/index.php?thread/14016-some-developments/&pageNo=1 (https://www.aerofly.com/community/forum/index.php?thread/14016-some-developments/&pageNo=1)


Lately I sorted out my projects and connected running versions of models to the GitHub platform. This allows me to share developed staff with others for testing. Most of models are still in the private domain as they are still in the early stage of development, but some of them are available in the public domain. You can find it here: https://github.com/krzysk1?tab=repositories

You can look at my repositories and see what is currently in the public domain, but also you can download models and test it! (use Clone or download green button). From time to time I will add new models there. If you create GitHub account, you can also cooperate with me to submit comments and issues, or develop these models yourself.

One note: it is the platform for developers, so the models included there are Unfinished, they can have numerous errors that cause problems. I am dedicating this possibility to those who can deal with installing and testing models at their own risk (that's why I do not give instructions on how to use it )

Enjoy it

March 3rd, 2019, 08:42
Great news! Thanks for the links.

March 6th, 2019, 17:18
DHC-2 Released, Same Github Link, Other planes Updated: https://github.com/krzysk1?tab=repositories


March 8th, 2019, 13:58
Grumman J2F Duck for Aerofly FS2 Added: Same Github Link https://github.com/krzysk1?tab=repositories

https://www.aerofly.com/community/f...n-duck/&postID=74989&highlight=duck#post74989 (https://www.aerofly.com/community/forum/index.php?thread/14244-our-newest-unreleased-aircraft-the-j2f-grumman-duck/&postID=74989&highlight=duck#post74989)


March 16th, 2019, 17:03
Piper PA-38 Tomahawk for Aerofly FS2 Added: Same Github Link: https://github.com/krzysk1?tab=repositories




April 1st, 2019, 15:47
Piper PA-11 Cub Special for Aerofly FS2: Same Github Link: https://github.com/krzysk1?tab=repositories


April 19th, 2019, 03:29

Ercoupe 415-Caddy

The ERCO Ercoupe is a low-wing monoplane aircraft that was designed and built in the United States. It was first manufactured by the Engineering and Research Corporation (ERCO) shortly before World War II

Aerofly FS 2 aircraft made by Krzysztof Kaniewski. Flight Model, systems and animations by Arno54, 3D model by Khamsin (http://xpfr.org/).

Some features may not work as intended and this aircraft could crash your Aerofly FS2. Use it at your own risk!


Unzip file and move the folder "e415" to C:\Users~\Documents\Aerofly FS2\aircraft.

Note: there are no pedals = rudder is connected with ailerons



April 24th, 2019, 15:44
This is a Sherwood Ranger XP kit plane. Manufactured by the The Light Aircraft Company in the UK. A very cool project that lets students experience building a plane. The XP (CAT A(UK)) is a clipped wing version of the ST. Engine: D-motor LF2600 2690cc, liquid cooled, four cylinder, four stroke, 91.8hp, fuel injected, flathead Folding Wings for storage Level flight: approximately 70mph.

The prime difference between the Sherwood Ranger ST (Microlight) and the Sherwood Ranger XP (Cat A) is one of wing span and wing loading. The ST has a wing span of 7.92 m and the XP 7 m, they both have the same MTOW the XP therefore has increased wing loading and a higher stall speed.

Model for Aerofly FS2 made by Krzysztof Kaniewski. 3D Design by Jared Watson.

https://github.com/krzysk1/rangerxp (https://github.com/krzysk1/rangerxp)