2,000 Miles for a Lobster Roll

I have always wanted to try an authentic New England lobster roll and some real Boston clam chowder. Growing up on the West Coast you hear of such things and how great they are supposed to be, but how can you know if they truly live up to the hype unless you go find out… Read more »

81 Days

    For many builders, their Carbon Cub is a proud possession. A shiny treasure. An objet d’art to be lovingly pampered… protected from harsh treatment and the elements. Toby Ashley wanted none of that. He needed a brutally durable working machine that would access and escape impossibly small, dauntingly rugged scraps of Alaska where… Read more »

BasicMed Program

  Many pilots have heard about FAA’s new BasicMed program, and are excited about it going live on May 1, 2017. But many questions are swirling around about the exact details, and I find in my everyday conversations with pilots that there are varying degrees of understanding of what, exactly, BasicMed means. I’ve attempted to… Read more »

G-Series Flaps and Ailerons FAQs

    CubCrafters G-Series Flaps and Ailerons are provided as standard equipment on Carbon Cub FX, EX-2 kit and XCub, . They have been commended for their improved performance and handling qualities. The G-Series Flaps are the first slotted design included on a factory-produced CubCrafters aircraft. The new G-Series ailerons are designed to improve control… Read more »

3,100 Miles In A Carbon Cub

    I completed my initial training at CubCrafters and it included almost 30 hours in various airplanes and TacAero School too. It was total immersion and now I was about to fly my longest cross-country ever. I have owned my J3 since 2000 and I learned to fly in the airplane years before as… Read more »

The New CubCrafters Blog

    Welcome to the Inside CC Blog! I’m usually a bit uncomfortable when I meet people socially and, when the conversation gets around to what I do with my leisure time, I disclose that I’m a pilot and have been immersed in various types of aircraft and flying for over 30 years now. Non-aviators consider… Read more »