• Just Flight Announces Beech Duchess And Piper Archer III

    Just Flight Announces Beech Duchess And Piper Aircher III

    Just Flight Duchess Model 76

    In one of a series of new product announcements on their Facebook page, Just Flight announced they will bring you another four-seater light aircraft. The Duchess Model 76 is being developed for FSX and Prepar3D for starters.

    The first few development pictures were also released.

    Just Flight Duchess Model 76

    Just Flight Duchess Model 76

    Duchess Model 76 Product Page

    Also included in their announces is that currently in development they have the PA-28-181 Archer III. Initially for FSX and Prepar3D, here are some early development screen shots.

    Just Flight Archer III

    Just Flight Archer III

    Archer III Product Page


    4 Comments
    1. anaismith's Avatar
      anaismith -
      Ohh a Duchess. Largely overlooked until now. I will get that one.
    1. fcoppel's Avatar
      fcoppel -
      GOOD!! I will get both
    1. lear45xr's Avatar
      lear45xr -
      Would love to have the Duchess...Hoping Just Flight doesn't follow suit with some other developers lately and way over price their products. I'm not going to even consider these stupid expensive models that cost as much as my FSX program. I hope at some point they realize that charging $45 and up is simply running off customers. Sometimes less is more.
    1. Chock's Avatar
      Chock -
      Just Flight's GA add-ons have generally been around the 28 quid mark of late, which for those across the pond has meant they're somewhere about 30-35 Dollars. That's pretty good considering how good those recent GA add-ons have been, i.e. stuff like their TB10/TB20 and PA28 variants are certainly among the best GA add-ons you can find for you sim of choice, perhaps only eclipsed by those of A2A, which are considerably more costly although in fairness, A2A's add-ons do tend to have more complex engine modeling. But, if you use both FSX and P3D, the majority of JF's offerings can be installed in both sims, which isn't generally the case for A2A add-ons, and despite the engine modeling not being as detailed as those with all that A2A Accusim stuff, they generally are pretty realistic in spite of that.
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