New videos for Just Flight’s PA-28 Arrow III for MSFS

A couple of new videos have come out about Just Flight’s in-house developed PA-28R Arrow III for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Let’s have a look at the latest!

Sounds, visuals on display

Screenshots are great but a video is often worth so much more and in this case it really is as we get a good look and a listen to the latest work that Just Flight has put in for their PA-28R Arrow III. The first video, from Just Flight themselves, is focused on both visuals and audio cues. Although they say that their not done yet with the development process, it looks stunning and the audio is already exceptionally good.

Another video has come out within the last few hours as well. Coming from VR Flight Sim Guy, this is a first impression look at the aircraft and the first to surface on YouTube that isn’t directly from Just Flight.

According to Just Flight, release is weeks away and a follow-up Turbo Arrow isn’t too far behind that. Looking forward to what might be one of the most impressive GA aircraft to come to Microsoft Flight Simulator yet.


5 Comments Add yours

  1. ClannK says:

    Learned to fly in the Arrow (back in the ancient days when you had to sit in an actual airplane with a live instructor!).

    Probably gonna have to pony up for this one. Oh, who am I kidding – i’ll wait for the Turbo!

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      This will definitely be on my list of MSFS aircraft to review. Regular and turbo.


  2. Splash says:

    Are there many differences between the normal version and turbo one?


    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      Biggest obvious difference is the turbo engine. From what I can gather, both turbo and non turbo engine’s have the same horsepower rating so the difference in performance is that the turbo will hang on to close to full 200hp at much higher altitudes while the non turbo will start to decline in performance.


  3. Doctor Drago says:

    Very nice! They produce really nice products, I’m currently enjoying their TB-10 in X-Plane (love me that French style).


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