Carenado release PA-31 Navajo for X-Plane 11

Sam Clark
Thursday, July 19, 2018

In an unexpected move, aircraft developer Carenado have quietly re-released the Piper PA-31 Navajo for X-Plane 11. The aircraft was originally released in 2016 for X-Plane 10 but has received very little in the way of updates since then.

The PA-31 Navajo is a dual engine eight seater commuter aircraft and was first released in  late 1964. The Navajo is fitted with two 310 horsepower Lycoming engines which can take the Piper up to 420 km/h at its quickest. The PA-31 has a range of just over 1000nm, and a service ceiling of 26,000ft.

The Carenado rendition of the Navajo features full VR compatibility, PBR textures throughout, an overhauled logic system (for better performance) and support for the RealityXP GTN750. As usual with Carenado, you also get an array of documentation regarding the safe operation of the aircraft, including a quick-reference table, performance charts and Normal/Emergency procedures PDF.

The aircraft is available for $32.95USD on the Carenado website.

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