Just Flight weekend sale includes MSFS aircraft!

For the first time, Just Flight, the makers and publisher of aircraft for P3D, X-Plane, FSX, and Microsoft Flight Simulator are offering MSFS aircraft in one of their weekend sales with two relatively new aircraft being offered alongside over a dozen different products from across their range.

Piper Arrow III for sale and more

The Just Flight Weekend sale is on and it has some notable new entrants in the sale category from MSFS. Included among them is their well regarded Piper PA-28R Arrow III for MSFS. This was the first Piper Arrow product that Just Flight released (and subsequently released two more) and the first from Just Flight’s internal team to go on sale. Regular price is $44.99 USD with the sale price knocking that down to $34.99.

The other MSFS product on sale is DC Design’s F-15C/D/E/I Eagle. This aircraft release has received mixed reviews (examples here and here) with some improvements having been made since it’s initial release. The value of the product at $40.99 USD has also been a question but the $29.99 USD sale price might change that equation.

Also on sale are some of Just Flight’s other products in the portfolio including the well regarded Avro Vulcan B Mk. 2, K.2 and MRR for X-Plane 11, FSX and P3D (sold separately) which gets a small $9 USD discount.

So, if you’re looking to stock up on some new aircraft for the fall/autumn season, have a look at Just Flight’s weekend sale.


4 Comments Add yours

  1. Chris says:

    Does it make use of an external flight model? On the A2A simulations forum Scott made a post that A2A is developing four new airplanes for MFS2020..Currebtly they are not yet able to make Accusim function with MFS2020 so there will be one plane without Accusim..


    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      Does which aircraft make use of an external flight model?

      I hadn’t heard that about A2A or had the opportunity to check in on their forums in a while. I should!


      1. Chris says:

        Sorry. I overloooked tbat the DC Design aircraft. I waw referring to the Just Flight Piper Arrow

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      2. ShamrockOneFive says:

        Got it! So far as I know, the Piper uses the MSFS model.


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