A Modern Day Legend
The Legend Cub continues to be the most coveted American manufactured sport aircraft. It is a modern legend and those who have flown one consider the Legend Cub to be the most gratifying recreational aircraft in the skies today. Today’s Legend Cub is an all new factory-built aircraft, designed in the spirit of the legendary Piper J-3, PA-11, and PA-18 Super Cubs. Combining the best from the past with an obtainable wish list of modern enhancements, American Legend Aircraft Company has engineered in all of the safety, comfort and convenience options imaginable.
Train in a Legend
At American Legend Aircraft Company, we believe the tailwheel pilot to be one who possesses an exceptional set of piloting skills. In the same way pilots in the 40s and 50s learned to fly in Cubs and similar aircraft, today’s pilots are finding the enduring Cub to be among the best training platforms around.
Sean Cushing, Owner
I really love flying the airplane for the pure joy of it. It takes you back to how flying originally was.
Alec Birchfield, Student Pilot
I have seen much better directional control with my students’ takeoffs and landings after spending time in the Cub. They tend to be much more subtle on the controls after flying the Cub as well.
Robert Baker, CFI
I have issued a couple dozen Tailwheel Endorsements and Flight Reviews in (my Legend Cub) “Big Al.”
Garry Wing, CFI
Darin and Kurt – You build great aircraft.
Mark Parsons, Owner
I love flying flying my Legend Cub, especially when it comes to buzzing my friends. I recently made a pizza drop and two donut drops to a farmer friend in his cane field. I have also spotted cows for a relative after the hurricane–even took some storm photos for the local Abbeville Meridional newspaper. Just can’t say enough good things about being an American Legend customer.
Danny Broussard, Owner
This was truly the experience of a lifetime. My feet still haven’t touched the ground.
Bob Declerck, Builder
Fantastic! Runs wonderfully, performs amazingly. Planning on some backcountry work.
Rand Siegfried, Builder