The ideal training platform for producing superior pilots
The Eurofox are factory-built two-seat aircraft manufactured by Aeropro in Slovakia. Aeropro has been producing aircraft since 1990 with now over 500 aircraft now flying around the world. The Eurofox has modern designs with excellent performance and features — built with the finest workmanship and materials resulting in a completed aircraft of the highest quality. The EuroFOX is a real aircraft in every respect. It is joy to fly and own, extremely comfortable with responsive, coordinated controls which immerse the pilot in the pleasure of flight. With class leading visibility, the Euro provides true agility and tremendous satisfaction for the pilot and passenger.
Stick ‘n Rudder currently operates 2 Eurofox aircraft.
The 180 has been described as “the most versatile aircraft ever designed. It flies fairly quickly, carries a good load, and can operate out of most rough and short strips.”
In Alaska, where livelihoods and lives depend on airplanes, the 180’s reliability and utility made it about as common as long winters. On wheels, floats, or skis, there are more Model 180s in Alaska than in any other U.S. state. It was commonly used in agricultural aviation in the 1950’s where a hopper sat behind the pilot and a cutout section allowed the hopper to be filled. It was popular because it could carry maximum weight (often more) and the 50 landings or more that an ag-pilot would do each day is testimony to the stamina and strength of the plane.
Our Super Cub VH-KLI is one of kind. This aircraft has lived in Australia all of its life before coming to us to fulfil its role in providing speciality bush flight training. This 1977 Super Cub doesn’t have many hours on it and is a great example. It is fitted with numerous modifications that really do make this aeroplane the ultimate bush plane. To name a few: 31″ Alaskan bush wheels, extended gear legs, upgrade from 150 to 160hp, upgraded brakes, offset thrust-line, vortex generators, belly pod and much more.