We're proud to present our first in-house add-on for Microsoft Flight Simulator – the PA-28R Arrow III.
Following on from award-winning GA add-ons in Flight Simulator X, Prepar3D, X-Plane 11 and Aerofly, this highly detailed simulation of the PA-28R Arrow III has been developed by Just Flight's in-house team following comprehensive, hands-on research with a real-life Arrow III, G-BGKU, based at Conington Airfield. Already a very popular aircraft on other platforms, we are exciting to bring you this incredibly detailed rendition of the Arrow III, complete with realistic wear and tear, and cockpit configuration.
The PA-28R Arrow III is a four seater, piston-engine aircraft equipped with a retractable tricycle landing gear and constant-speed propeller – an ideal aircraft for touring and instrument training.
The aircraft is flown all around the world and this add-on reflects that global popularity. In addition to our UK research aircraft, G-BGKU, the package features eleven liveries from the USA, Canada, UK, France, Switzerland, Australia and Germany.
The PA-28R Arrow III for Microsoft Flight Simulator features a native model and 4096 x 4096 PBR materials for the highest possible texture detail and clarity.
13 January 2021
Work continues on the Arrow III for MSFS, and we are making great progress bringing the model and PBR textures up to the very best visual quality in the simulator, and have the aircraft systems approximately 70% complete. Work is also underway on the flight dynamics and sounds and we are excited at the great results we are experiencing and the results we have seen so far in MSFS, which we will be sharing soon via in-development video previews so be sure to keep an eye out for those. In the meantime enjoy these latest screenshots.
23 December 2020
For Dev Entry number one we just wanted to show you some initial screenshots of the PA-28R III Arrow within Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. Hope you'll agree it's looking rather tasty. We're still exploring the coding side of things so can’t commit to specific functionality yet but obviously our aim is to equal or hopefully emulate the current versions that have proved so popular and succesful over the past few years. Stay tuned for more news and pics soon...