CubCrafters EX-2 363 Walkaround Review
CubCrafters' Brad Damm details all the differences in the EX-2 with the CC 363i engine. The updated Carbon Cub has more power and less...
Flight Review: Practical Glass
Marc Cook admires Dave Ammenti’s exceptional GlaStar and details why these designs have held their value in the used market over the years.
From initial climb performance to Chuck-Yeager-like landings, the Sling 2 reveals its designer's emphasis on handling.
Good things come in small packages.
When Joe Bartels bought the company from founder Lance Neibauer in 2003, he knew it was time for a change. The goal was to find a high-performance aircraft that could be flown by the average pilot in the target market. The solution can be found in the company's newest product, the Pratt & Whitney-powered turbine Evolution; by Doug Rozendaal.
Flight Review: CGS Hawk Arrow
Chuck Slusarczyk’s lightweight Hawk Arrow can hold its own as a solid cruiser, even in the realm of so-called “real” airplanes. By Ed Wischmeyer.
Full of Hot Air
A custom-built ultralight hot air balloon that fits in an RV-7.
Riding the Radial Rocket RG
The Radial Rocket TD already had a following, but with some tweaking and the addition of retractable gear, the new Radial Rocket RG is poised to take off. By Ed Kolano.
Flight Review: Lockwood Super Drifter
Like piloting an AirCam, only more so, the Lockwood Super Drifter is for those who can’t get enough of that wind-in-your-hair feeling.
Titan adds new engines and a B-style fuselage option to the T-51.