Important: with version 4.10, the file formats of some of the aircraft files have changed slightly. Therefore, the aircraft on this page are available in two versions: for SFSPC 4.10 and for SFSPC 4.07. We will provide a documentation on the file format changes soon, which will enable all 'aircraft designers' to make planes for SFSPC 4.10.
Most of these aircraft have been made by SFSPC users and sent to us for publishing. Many thanks to all who sent us their gliders and modifications! We will publish more plane types, please have a look on this page from time to time.
We don't give support for these planes!
Additional planes for SFSPC 4.07
Additional planes for SFSPC 4.10 and up
We have also published a package which shall assist in designing SFSPC gliders. This should enable interested people to create their own planes for SFSPC.
To work with the new planes, SFSPC has to be at least patched
to version 4.07. Therefore, we recommend to
download and install the latest patch
before you use new planes.
Marc Gerber sent us some improved polars. To apply the polars to the planes, you only need to extract the the file #####ACData.txt from the downloaded file and copy it to the directory of the respective plane (DATEN/AC-DATEN/#####/):
improved polar for DG-300 improved polar for Discus improved polar for LAK-19
- when it comes in a ZIP file (file name ends with '.zip'): unpack the downloaded zip file into the subdirectory DATEN\AC-DATEN\ of your SFSPC installation, for example 'C:\SFS403\DATEN\AC-DATEN\'. A new subdirectory will result, for example \Asw22\.
- when it comes in a self-extracting file (file name ends with '.exe'): start the downloaded file (it is self-extracting) and enter the subdirectory DATEN\AC-DATEN \of your SFSPC installation into the field 'Unpack all files to:', for example 'C:\SFS403\DATEN\AC-DATEN\'. Then confirm with the button 'OK'.
After starting SFSPC, you will find the new plane on the file card PLANE and may now select it.
Here you can find some modified Aircrafts for SFSPC 4.0. The instruments of these planes have been changed to non-metric units. The files have been sent to us by Jim Gell, thank you very much!
Here is a well known LS-8, made by Rasmus Orskov:
These are additional planes for SFSPC 4.10 and up (we have modificated the planes sent in for version 4.07):
Instructions: to add a plane to SFSPC, start the downloaded file (it is self-extracting) and enter the subdirectory DATEN\AC-DATEN \of your SFSPC installation into the field 'Unpack all files to:', for example 'C:\SFS4\DATEN\AC-DATEN\'. Then confirm with the button 'OK'. After starting SFSPC, you will find the new plane on the file card PLANE and may now select it.