Just Flight's PA28-181 Archer

Just Flight’s Archer hits its target

For me, flying any of the Piper PA-28s is like slipping on a well-worn pair of shoes. They are all based on similar airframes, which regardless of the engine or instrumentation setup behave very predictably. That for any pilot is a joy immediately cutting down the workload and instilling a trust that is borne from many hours of stress-free flying. Sadly, I’ve not had the pleasure of flying the Archer model in the real world but I have flown the Cherokee and Warrior variants. Both have the same basic structure and internal layouts.

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