Cera Simaircraft Announces Cessna 188 AG for FS2004

In the 60s Cessna decided to expand their line of light aircraft by entering the agricultural aircraft market. The resulting aircraft was a conventional single-seat, piston-powered, strut-braced low-winged agricultural airplane.

The Cessna 188, using a Continental O-470-R 230hp (170kW) power plant, was first flown on 19 February 1965. The aircraft was certified and entered production in February 1966 with 241 aircraft delivered the first year. The initial design of the Cessna 188 was so successful that over its 17-year production the basic airframe remained unchanged and sold an amazing 3967 units of all four variants.


  • One seat
  • Tricycle landing gear
  • 2 model variations (Cessna 188 AG Wagon/AG Truck)
  • 3 spraying effects

  • Wildfire retardant (firefighters)
  • Chemicals hopper disperse system (agricultural hopper)
  • Chemicals boom disperse system (agricultural boom)

  • 6 paint schemes (fully detailed realistic textures)
  • repaint kit
  • Fully detailed 3D model
  • Full cockpit animation (3D levers and switches)
  • Real stereo sound
  • Realistic navigation, taxi and landing lights effects
  • Realistic gauges light effects
  • Normal and emergency checklist
  • Real flight dynamics, weight and balance
  • PDF manual included

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