Carenado responds to PA-28 Arrow III release issues

The latest aircraft from Carenado in Microsoft Flight Simulator has been their take on the PA-28 Arrow III (not to be confused with Just Flight’s release). Released a few days ago to the Flight Simulator Marketplace, users are reporting some issues with its handling Carenado has responded. Here’s what they had to say.

Sim Update 3 issues

The latest Sim Update 3 has changed some of the details in the way that aircraft are modeled. Flaps, drag, and other attributes have been modified and it appears that the latest release by Carenado has been affected.

Carenado has made a statement via their Facebook page on the issue:

The latest update of MSFS2020 modifies the flight dynamics parameters of the simulator (flaps, speeds and lift) that directly affected our recently released PA28 Arrow III, we regret the problems that this may cause to our users, although it is not something that we can control, we are concerned about the subject, we are fixing this issue and other minor ones that are coming out soon in a new version, we really appreciate the understanding.

Carenado on Facebook

An update for the new aircraft is likely due within a few days. If you own the Carenado PA-28R Arrow III and it’s not quite flying right, you may want to wait until they are able to solve the issues with it.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Chris says:

    Would be great if Carenado would also sell their aircraft at Orbx.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      It doesn’t seem like they are selling outside of the Marketplace. Any reason to avoid the marketplace in favour of Orbx? I’ve bought from both and both have been a pretty good experience.

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