Just Flight’s PA-28R Arrow III

Fsx/Prepare 3d And X-Plane Variants Compared

S o, here at PC Pilot we are often asked “What is the difference between FSX/Prepar3D and X-Plane?” While our writers have written many articles on the various iterations of both X-Plane and Microsoft’s Flight Simulator over the years (including variants such as the Steam Edition and Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D versions), we thought it would be interesting to illustrate some of the differences of the simulation platforms using essentially the same product. For this purpose, we’ve enlisted the help of Just Flight’s fantastic PA-28R Arrow III, which is available for both X-Plane and FSX/P3D.

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