The nose section is longer and the angles downward steeper than that of the Hawk Classic. This allows for better forward visibility at low sun angles. Since the nose was made longer, the rudder and vertical stabilizer were enlarged to maintain the same excellent yaw stability of the Hawk classic. The tail boom was reinforced to handle the loades of this larger tail assembly.
The Arrow single seat wing has the same semi-symmetrical airfoil as the Arrow II, and streamlines extruded aluminum wing struts. It also includes the curved overhead and curved windshield giving it excellent flying characteristics.
The Arrow can be completed for about $21.000 with popular options. Pricing will vary depending on engine, instrumentation, and options choices.