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EAA AirVenture 2017

July 24–30, 2017

Look for the new Savage Outback Shock at the Ultralight Runway, where we will be demonstrating its remarkable STOL takeoffs and landings. The Ultralight Runway and Barn are on the Blue Tram line.

See the Outback Shock at the Ultralight Runway

See the Outback Shock at the Ultralight Runway

Our primary Oshkosh display will be at Site #298 located on Knapp Street, just north of EAA Square, near the corner of Aircraft Spruce’s Hangar A.

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Main Exhibit at Site #298

Sun-‘n-Fun 2017

Come see us at Sun-‘n-Fun, April 4-8, 2017. We’ll be in Paradise City, site LP-30, where the real fun happens.

 

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AvMap is running a $100 rebate offer during April in honor of Sun-N-Fun. The rebate applies to three AvMap products; the Ultra EFIS, the EKP V and the EngiBox. See the offer online here, or visit our display in Paradise City, site LP-30, for more information.

U.S. Sport Aviation Expo

We will be at the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo again in January. Join us in Sebring, Florida, January 25—28, 2017.

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DeLand LSA Showcase 2016

Check us out at the DeLand LSA Village & Showcase. November 3—5 in DeLand, Florida.

Midwest LSA Expo 2016

We’ll be at the Midwest LSA Expo in Mount Vernon, Illinois, with the Savage Outback “Shock.” September 8th through the 10th. Hope to see you there!

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EAA AirVenture 2016

Look for us in Oshkosh at Site #298. We’re located on Knapp Street, just north of EAA Square, near the corner of Aircraft Spruce’s Hangar A.

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Midwest LSA Expo 2015

Come see us at the Midwest LSA Expo in Mt. Vernon, Illinois, September 10-12. You’ll find us in our traditional location—through the entry gate, turn left, and there we are.

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EAA AirVenture 2015

Look for us in Oshkosh at Site #298. We’re located on Knapp Street, just north of EAA Square, near the corner of Aircraft Spruce’s Hangar A.

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The SportairUSA Collection

Our inventory of fine aircraft includes some new, and some impeccably maintained used planes. We keep them hangared and ready for you to fly away. Look them over on our Inventory page.

The AOPA Pilot’s January cover aircraft—the TL 3000 Sirius—is waiting for your inspection, and we offer excellent values in pre-owned aircraft.

The following aircraft are coming available. We’ll soon post photos, flyers and descriptions on the Inventory page. Call us (501-228-7777) if you’d like a preview.

  • Sting Carbon Retractable Turbo: N914RG
  • Sting Sport: N858N
  • Sting Sport: N303L
  • Sting S3: N234YP
  • Sting S4: N4747
  • Sirius: N5885
  • SeaRey Turbo 80% Kit: N2992
  • Savage Bobber: N3838

Name this Plane

Help Rename the Savage Cub-S & Win an iPad Air

Help Us ReName The Savage Cub-S

Click the Photo to Enter the Contest

SportairUSA, LC, the U.S. distributor of Savage Cub-S, Cub, Cruiser and Classic aircraft, announced a contest today to rename the Savage Cub-S.

The Savage Cub-S Needs A New Name

The airplane is manufactured in Europe and sold world-wide as the Savage Cub-S. It’s a callback to the original Piper Super Cub, but it’s a new build, with modern engineering design and technology. And like the original Pipers, the Cub-S is priced right and built to last.

The soon-to-be-renamed Cub-S is a light sport aircraft with moxie.
• 180 hp Titan Stroker engine
• 4.74 lb/hp
• Alaskan Bushwheels & extended landing gear
• 60-foot takeoff roll
• 112 mph cruise

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In our enthusiasm for the Cub-S we overlooked something when we introduced it at AirVenture 2013 in Oshkosh.. The word “Cub” is a registered trademark in the USA. Even though many manufacturers of kits and ready-to-fly airplanes do use Cub in the names of their products, that word actually belongs to someone, someone who asked us to stop using it. And we will. That’s why we’re having a contest to rename the airplane.

Enter To Win (click HERE to enter)

Entry is free, and easy. Visit the contest Web site at www.cub.aero/contest. Fill out the form and submit it. SportairUSA will chose the winning names, and the winners and their prizes will be announced at the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo in January, 2015.

Prizes

We created this dilemma, but it’s an opportunity for the best entry to win a new Apple iPad Air equipped with the ForeFlight Mobile App, the pilot information multitool that displays navigation, situational awareness, weather, airport and other vital information on the iPad’s high-resolution Retina screen.

There are additional prizes for second and third place entries. Here’s the complete list.

1. First Prize is an iPad Air (32GB, WiFi+Cellular) equipped with the ForeFlight Mobile App and a one-year subscription to ForeFlight Standard service for one pilot.
2. Second Prize is an iPad Mini Retina (32GB, WiFi+Cellular) equipped with the ForeFlight Mobile App and a one-year subscription to ForeFlight Standard service for one pilot..
3. Third Prize is a coupon for a one-year subscription to ForeFlight Standard, or $75 cash. Your

About the Savage Cub-S

For more information about the Cub-S, visit the Web site at www.cub.aero.

180hp Zlin Cub-S Debuts At Oshkosh

SportairUSA brings the Cub-S Light Sport Utility to AirVenture 2013

180hp Zlin Cub-S: Best power-to-weight in category

The 180hp Titan Stroker IO-340 powered Zlin Cub-S is coming to the United States as a light sport aircraft (S-LSA), according to Bill Canino of SportairUSA. The U.S. distributor for aircraft manufactured by Zlin Aviation will bring the Cub-S to Oshkosh in late July for AirVenture 2013. Look for the SportairUSA site at #295 Knapp Road, located just off of Celebration Way, between the Lycoming display and the EAA Welcome Center.

Site Location: Between Lycoming & EAA Welcome Center

With its best in category power-to-empty weight ratio of 4.74 lbs/hp (7.33 lbs at MTOW), the Cub-S climbs at up to 2100 fpm. Takeoff roll is 60 feet with one pilot, or 81 feet fully loaded. Cruise speed is 112 mph at 75% power, even when equipped with 31” Alaskan Bushwheels and 6” extended landing gear. The Cub-S sports a capacious cargo area and carries a 505 lb payload.

“The Cub-S performs brilliantly in difficult, remote operations,” said Canino. “This is a lot of airplane for less than $125,000.” The first two deliveries are scheduled for November of this year.

The Cub-S is a fun, safe, robust and easy-to-fly airplane, suitable for weekend escapes or for expeditions into the bush.

“Now you have choices,” said Pasquale Russo of Zlin Aviation. “You can chase the $100 hamburger or you can land on the highest mountain slope, reach the most isolated snow covered village, fly in to that secluded fishing spot or pristine beach to spend the day or camp for a week.”

The Cub-S is the result of two years of study by Zlin Aviation in collaboration with experienced Alaskan bush pilots. The result is an LSA that comes as close as possible to being the perfect utility airplane for demanding off-runway operating conditions. This new airplane tops the Zlin line, which also includes the Savage Bobber, Cub, iCub, Cruiser and Classic.

Tecnam Acquires Snap, the LSA Aerobat. SportairUSA named U.S. Dealer

Tecnam's Snap! LSA Aerobat

Snap! the LSA aerobat, was designed and developed by Fabio Russo, who is now the head of Research and Development for Tecnam Aircraft. Tecnam recently acquired rights to the Snap and will manufacture the airplane at its facilities in Naples and Capua, Italy. SportairUSA, the American marketing and distribution company that introduced the Snap to the light sport market, will continue as the American distributor.

“Tecnam brings 65 years of aeronautical innovation and integrity to the Snap! project,” said Bill Canino, President of SportairUSA. “The Snap! is fun to fly, competitive, and very inexpensive to own and operate compared to conventional aerobatic aircraft.”

The sporty, single seat Snap! (MTOW under 950lbs) flies behind a 130hp competition engine with electronic fuel injection, inverted oil system, auxiliary alternator, 4 into 1 exhaust, fully balanced and polished. It will be certifiable as production light sport (S-LSA), experimental light sport (E-LSA), or experimental-exhibition (EE).

In competition or in practice the Snap! burns 5 gph of premium auto fuel, and little-to-no oil, making it inexpensive to own and operate. With its low wing and bubble canopy the Snap! combines classic styling with excellent visibility and easy handling.

Visit the Snap! Web site at www.snap.aero.