Just Aircraft introduces Highlander SuperStol

WALHALLA, S.C. — Just Aircraft Co. recently completed flight testing on its new Highlander SuperStol, which can be built from a kit in the Experimental Amateur-Built category or certified as an Special Light-Sport Aircraft (SLSA).

The upgraded design features a new slatted wing and “a virtually indestructible landing gear” that can utilize 29-inch tundra tires, according to company officials.

With the new wing configuration, the Highlander will cruise at 110 mph, land at 32 mph and take off or land in 150 feet, officials add.

“The new slatted wing has significantly enhanced the performance numbers and slow flight control,” said Troy Woodland, Design Engineer of Just Aircraft. “The wing slats, when combined with the large Fowler flaps, allow the aircraft to be flown at extremely high angles of attack permitting it to ‘drop’ into small or inclined clearings. This provides access to considerably more off-airport landing sites, making the SuperStol one of the most versatile backcountry machines out there.”

The improved landing gear, which features long strut airshocks, can handle aggressive landings at off airport sites, company officials added.

All existing Highlanders can be retrofitted with the new folding SuperStol wing, company officials add.

Just Aircraft has shipped more than 300 kits to customers in the United States and around the world. Buildable as a taildragger or as a nosewheel aircraft, the Highlander can be fitted with regular wheels, tundra tires, skis, or floats. There are a number of options for engines, although the factory has mounts and cowlings for the Rotax and Jabaru. The SuperStol has an empty weight of 720 pounds, giving it a useful load capability of 600 pounds.

For more information: JustAircraft.com or 864-718-0320.


  1. Doug Johnson says

    I owned a Helio H-295 for ten yrs and I’ve been thing of an experimental sport. I recently got a video on the Tapanair and now I’m looking at the Superstol with great interest.

    I saw somewhere that although your current wing has frieze ailerons (of which I’m a fan) you going back to flaperons. Is it the Lam style you are considering.

    I have been looking at the LAM ailerons with great interest. It’s possible they may be superior to Frieze ailerons.


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