JustFlight announces PA-28 Warrior II, plus Turbo Arrow update

Some news from JustFlight today as they have formally announced development on another Piper aircraft project for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This time it’s the PA-28 Warrior II. They have also updated us on their plans with the PA-28R Turbo Arrow project. Let’s have a look!

Warrior II in development

The PA-28 Warrior II represents a slightly earlier iteration of the Piper PA-28 series. With a fixed gear arrangement, seating for four, and 160 horsepower on tap, JustFlight says that the type is ideal for touring and flight training. I’m sure many in the GA community would agree as the type is popular worldwide.

As with previous projects, JustFlight are basing their aircraft on a real world example. G-BOZI is the UK research aircraft that they are using to make sure that their Microsoft Flight Simulator version has all of the sounds and scratches of the real one.

Liveries will be available representing aircraft from a variety of countries including USA, Canada, UK, France, Australia and Germany. Check out these screenshots to see their progress on the aircraft so far. For more screenshots and more details, visit the JustFlight website.

Turbo Arrow ready for take-off?

Just a few days ago, we got an update from JustFlight on the PA-28R Turbo Arrow III and IV. In the update, JustFlight reports that they have been working on their Arrow III project a well as preparing to launch the Turbo Arrow. With higher performance and a unique T-tail arrangement on the one variant, this version will add extra to your PA-28 experience in Microsoft Flight Simulator.

A discount is still planned for PA-28 Arrow III owners.

Check out the latest updates here and look for this type to release soon.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Martin says:

    Hello. There is an amazing mod of the GPS Garmin 750 and it works perfectly with this bird.
    For the moment its free.

    Liked by 1 person

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