CubCrafters has received FAA approval of a non-TSO’d, fully-integrated EFIS avionics suite as primary instrumentation for the company’s Part 23 Certified XCub.
YAKIMA, Washington – CubCrafters has added two new transponders for Carbon Cub buyers who select the company’s Executive GLASS touch instrument panel, which includes Garmin’s G3X Touch flight display system.
The new transponders, Garmin’s GTX 335R and GTX 345R, both include an integrated WAAS/GPS position source enabling ADS-B Out functionality. [Read more…]
YAKIMA, Wash. — Now available for the existing fleet of CubCrafters airplanes are new airframe parachute systems.
In May 2016, the company introduced systems for new production Carbon Cubs. Now, retrofit parachutes may be installed at CubCrafters and at select Authorized Service Centers.
The airframe parachute systems were developed in partnership with BRS Aerospace. [Read more…]
For years, if you were in the market for a new, Part 23 backcountry taildragger, Aviat’s Husky was one of a small handful of options a buyer had. The new XCub from CubCrafters gives the market another option.
The beauty of this new competitive pairing is both Aviat and CubCrafters have a great deal of experience of bringing top-of-the-line niche product to market.
Plus, there’s no waiting. Well, for the most part. A buyer can sign a contract and plan for a delivery date written in ink. [Read more…]
Light aircraft manufacturer CubCrafters has introduced the Carbon Cub EX-2 Discovery Kit.
The kit introduces builders to the CubCrafters system, and allows them to envision the process of covering a tube & fabric aircraft.
Upon completion, Discovery Kit builders will have a finished rudder assembly and a running start on their Carbon Cub EX-2 sport utility aircraft. [Read more…]