The Piper PA-18 Super Cub is a two-seat, single-engine monoplane. Introduced in 1949 by Piper Aircraft, it was developed from the Piper PA-11, and traces its lineage back through the J-3 to the Taylor E-2 Cub of the 1930s. Super Cubs are commonly found in roles such as bush flying, banner towing and glider towing. The Super Cub is still in production today and can have modifications to suit your needs.
Ready for some bush flying?
3 different aircraft models are included with many interchangeable liveries.
- Detailed virtual cockpit with smooth scrolling
- Easy to read instruments
- Many animated parts
- Pilot figure and passenger load with payload weight
- Many detail parts
- Easy to make your own liveries
- Choice of 3 separate aircraft to fly
- Many liveries
- Custom engine sound
- Opening door and windows
- Tie down
- User manual
- Checklist to use in the sim
- Garmin 430 with pop-up panel or use buttons
- v11 rain limited to win vulcan only
- Preflight menu
- Wing Span: 35.3'
- Height: 6.7'
- Length: 22.5'
- Takeoff run with flaps: 200'
- Takeoff over 50 ft. barrier: 500'
- Best rate of climb: 75 MPH
- Rate of climb: 960 ft/min
- Service ceiling: 19,000 ft
- Top speed: 130 MPH
- Cruising speed: 75% Power 115 MPH
- Cruising range: 75% Power 460 Mi
- Fuel consumption: 75% Power 9 GPH
- Stalling speed with flaps: 43 MPH
- Landing roll: 350'
- Engine: Lycoming O-320 150 HP at 2700 RPM
- Fuel: 36 Gal
- Gross Weight: 1750 lbs
- Empty Weight: 930 lbs
- Useful Load: 820 lbs