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One of the most famous aircraft ever created, the Cessna 152 has touched almost every aviator at some point in their flying career.
Flight One has assembled a great team to bring this little aircraft to life for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This team includes:
Roger Dial - 3D Aircraft Modeling
DreamFleet (Lou Betti and Elmar Calbo) - Panel, Gauges, Documentation.
Jerry Beckwith - Flight Modeling
Aaron Swindle - Custom Sounds
This project is part of the Flight One initiative to help bring Microsoft Flight Simulator and other specialized tools to the forefront in computer based aviation training.
The aircraft model was designed by Roger Dial, one of the most talented 3D modelers in the flight simulation industry, and you can be certain that this Cessna 152 will be one of the most complex and detailed aircraft models he has ever produced. Many of you will remember Roger's fine model work from Flight 1's very popular Cessna 421.
In addition to the 3D virtual cockpit and interior, the Flight 1 Cessna 152 features complete 2D instrument panels and interior views in DreamFleet's high resolution, digital photo realistic graphics. Use the "VC" or use the 2D views, or switch between both.
The program also features authentic 152 engine sounds produced by Aaron Swindle. You will also get all of the usual switch "clicks", gyro sounds, etc. An audible environment that along with the visual surroundings truly give you the feeling of "being there".
Click on the link below to download this great aircraft today! Note the download below contains both versions for Flight Simulator 2002 and Flight Simulator 2004, as well as the program documentation in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. Total download size is about 24 Megabytes.
For support on this product, please go to Flight One Product Support Forum at Simforums.com
This product should run fine on systems capable of running FS2002 or FS2004.
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