The Piper PA28-181 Archer II stands in line within a family of aircraft that began with the maiden flight in 1960. The production started in 1961 and until now more than 37,000 planes where built. This model shows an aircraft from 1981, the Archer II with a 180 hp Lycoming 0-360-A4A.
The Archer II is a single-engine, four-seat light aircraft of the US aircraft manufacturer Piper Aircraft Corporation, which was developed as a training and travel aircraft as well as for air taxi companies. One speaks generally of the Piper Cherokee series or PA-28 family. The PA-28 is the most built aircraft type from the Piper company. In addition, with over 37,000 copies, it is one of the most built aircraft ever. The first flight of the basic model took place on January 14, 1960. The cantilever low-wing aircraft in all-aluminum construction is, due to its good flight characteristics, popular in general aviation for both training, recreational piloting and chartering.
Characteristics Of This Model
- Fully animated gear, dampers, front gear steering, flaps, ailerons, rudder and vertical stabilizers
- Flight instruments are the standard six, the Garmin 530 and the Garmin 430, plus VOR wipers
- Autopilot Stec 55
- Static gear
- Pilots tested and controlled this aircraft and its flight characteristics
Recommended PC System
- X-Plane 11
- Intel Core i5 6600K at 3.5 GHz or faster or AMD Ryzen 5 CPU
- 16 GB RAM or more
- Graphics card from NVidia, AMD or Intel with at least 8 GB VRAM (GeForce GTX 1070 or better or similar from AMD)
- Windows 10
- 2 GB hard drive space