RuSky Releases Yakovlev Yak-52 Professional for X-Plane 11

RuSky has released the Yakovlev Yak-52 Professional for X-Plane 11. The Yakovlev Yak-52 first flew in 1976 and was produced from 1977 to 1998 by Aerostar in Romania. It is powered by a 360 hp Vendeneyev M14P nine-cylinder radial engine and was originally designed as an aerobatic trainer for students in the Soviet DOSAAF training organization. With a service ceiling of 13,000 feet and a range of 300 nautical miles, the Yakovlev Yak-52 is a great airplane to jump into for short hops all over the world, you can also have a little bit of aerobatic fun while doing so!

RuSky’s Yakovlev Yak-52 features a fully functional cockpit, 4K PBR textures both inside and outside the cockpit, and a highly detailed 3D model. A complete simulation of all systems, 3D cockpit lights, FMOD sounds, and VR support immerses the user in all the beauty this aircraft has to offer. The Yak-52 has been built in accordance with all technical specifications and has been tested by a real Yak-52 aerobatic champion pilot.

Included is a unique first person walking system that allows the user to conduct a full pre-flight inspection of the aircraft. All switches and levers will retain their position after each flight awaiting the user to come back for another. Authentic gauge logic, ARK radio compass, and flight systems round out this study-level rendition of the Yakovlev Yak-52, a detailed log of all simulated systems will be included below. Finally, a complex model of airframe and engine management is included, misuse or mismanagement will cause various systems to fail and warrant repair.

RuSky’s Yakovlev Yak-52 Professional is available for purchase from Simmarket for €41.00. Below is a full feature list including all simulated systems.


  • 4K PBR textures
  • Highly Detailed 3D model
  • 3D cockpit lights
  • 3D ground equipment and services
  • Fully functional cockpit
  • Complete simulation of all systems
  • Unique first person walking system (walk mod)
  • Authentic sounds recorded from actual aircraft
  • FMOD sounds
  • VR support
  • Built in accordance of technical specifications and tested by real YAK-52 aerobatic champion pilot
  • Field modification including navigation and landing lights
  • Full pre-flight inspection system accessible in first person walk around mod
  • Complex model of airframe and engine management which include failures due to mismanagement
  • Flight instructor station with ability to simulate in flight failures

Simulated Systems:

  • Engine control system
  • M-14 engine in various modes
  • Temperature conditions of the engine
  • Engine system failures during unauthorized operation
  • Engine water hammer from fuel overflow to fuel line and cylinders
  • Dependence of temperature and humidity on engine start and the state of the oil system
  • Speed controller RO-2
  • Oil system
  • Pneumatic system and air consumption for aircraft systems
  • Brake system
  • Electrical system and battery discharge, depending on the devices turned on
  • Discharging and charging the engine battery when using ground equipment and an aircraft generator
  • Operation of devices depending on the load on the aircraft electrical network
  • ARC navigation system and beacons
  • Fogging and frostbite depending on weather conditions
  • AG-1 systems and the operation of gyro sensors
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Daniel Wasinski

The author Daniel Wasinski

I have been a flight sim enthusiast for over 10 years starting with Flight Simulator X. Always eager to listen and gain knowledge about all things flying whether it be in the sim or the real world. Currently, a student pilot enrolled at ATP Flight School so I can turn my hobby into a career. I can always be found in the evening on projectFly crisscrossing the United States in my 737!
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