Al Marsh

The twin-engine Cub

November 4, 2013 by Alton K. Marsh, Senior Editor, AOPA Pilot

DoubleEnder is good at short landings and takeoffs --Photo by

DoubleEnder is good at short landings and takeoffs. Photo by

Maybe one day you can get your multi-engine rating in a Cub–sort of a Cub, anyway. It’s based on the Cub heritage but is a clean sheet design and is meant for the rough bush country. The DoubleEnder has a tractor prop and a pusher prop and unprecedented forward and side visibility, unless you spend your flying hours in a bubble-nosed helicopter, of course. It may end up as a kit one day, but development has been in progress many years. It has two Rotax engines modified to produce 130 horsepower. You’ll see a full report on here.

Want to go “cliff diving” in Alaska aboard the DoubleEnder? Watch this video. Here’s a much more relaxed look at the DoubleEnder Prototype practicing SHORT landings. The next DoubleEnder will have side by side seating.

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5 Responses to “The twin-engine Cub”

  1. Pete Kuhns Says:

    I do hope you profile this plane and it’s builder/financier/parent in a future issue/AOPA Live. Good things seem to be happening up there!

  2. Jason Says:

    Can I join the tein engine club?

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