For those who have forgotten the Piper Arrow, here’s a small reminder ….. the PA-28R Arrow III is a four-seat, piston-engine aircraft equipped with retractable tricycle landing gear and a constant-speed propeller – an ideal aircraft for touring and instrument training. The origins of the Arrow start with the Piper Cherokee, which began production in 1961.
The Cherokee was introduced as a more affordable alternative to Piper’s Comanche and to compete with the popular Cessna 172. Piper introduced the original Cherokee Arrow in 1967 and it was the first of the Cherokee family to feature retractable landing gear. The Arrow II followed in 1972 with a stretched fuselage to provide increased leg room for the rear passengers, and the Arrow III arrived in 1977 with larger fuel tanks for improved range and a semitapered wing and longer stabilator for improved low-speed handling.
Enough about this. Those who own the JF PA28 Arrow should have received an email from Just Flight. If you did not, then here’s the version update 1.3 comes with the following change log:
- Improved prop disc visualization effects
- Brightened landing spill light
- Hiding pilot when static elements are enabled
- Tweaked internal lit texture (text)
- Improved electrical system
- Fixed “Avionics Off” item in checklist
- Added “Ground Roll” mixer to copilot volume knob.
- Fixed flap deflection time
- Revised gyro sound
- Fixed halo artifacts
- Adjusted idle ratio
- Fixed NAV1/2 flip switch to be entered when in GPS mode.
- Made starter key set to “Off” when starting from cold and dark
- Upgraded SASL to 3.12
Log in with your Just Flight account to retrieve this latest update. Have fun!