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Alabeo Releases Sukhoi SU-26 FSX

Last updated Fri, 03 Aug 2018 21:08:41 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 17 Mar 2012 13:00:00 GMT

Following the success of its first plane for FSX, PITTS S-2S FSX, Alabeo has released their second plane, the Sukhoi SU-26, a light plane with significant aerobatic capabilities.


Alabeo's Sukhoi SU-26 for FSX.

Alabeo's Sukhoi SU-26 for FSX.

  • Custom smoke effect
  • Real flight model
  • Blank textures – you can create  your own designs
  • Detailed aerobatics maneuvers PDF
  • High quality 3D model, textures and sounds
  • Free liveries after you purchase

The product includes

  • 2 Liveries
  • 1 Blank texture
  • Custom smoke effect
  • Aerobatic PDF
  • Datasheet PDF

System requirements are as follows

  • Windows XP, Vista -7 (32 or 64 bits)
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator FSX with SP1 and SP2 (or Acceleration Pack) installed
  • Pentium V/2GHz or similar - 2GB RAM - 512MB graphics card
  • 170 MB available hard disk space

Alabeo’s primary goal is to enhance the challenge, joy and fun of flying by providing top quality products. The company uses digital texturing and sophisticated computer modelling techniques to create first-rate simulation products.

For more information about Sukhoi SU-26, visit:  You can also purchase Alabeo products over at

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RichThu, 03 Jul 2014 00:02:04 GMT

Very Cool!! I'm trying to decide on the Pitts S-2s or this. I need to find out the top speed of both in level flight. Would you know? Thanks

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