Reasons Why the Husky is the Leader of the Pack

ADJUSTABLE FRONT SEAT, REMOVABLE REAR SEAT, REMOVABLE REAR STICK
Starting in the back, we have made the entire rear seat removable with the pull of a few quick release pins. This in conjunction with our new quick release rear stick provides an entire aft-pilot flat storage area, allowing for a massive amount of gear and baggage. The ultimate in storage flexibility, with a no-headache, no-fuss design.

Moving to the front pilot seat, we have incorporated a fore and aft sliding seat, offering the utmost in adjustability for a wider range of pilot heights. This seat locks in place, providing a dramatically simpler rear passenger ingress and egress, all while maintaining the ergonomically executed seating angles and preserving the Husky’s built on strength and safety design philosophy.

ELEVATOR TRIM SYSTEM – NEW!
You asked and we listened! New Husky’s are equipped with an all new trim system. The bungee system we have employed in the past has now been replaced in favor of an elevator trim tab. This system reduces trim workload and system pressures. Resulting in a more pleasing flight experience, increased control and a greater level of control stick feedback.

GARMIN TXi PANELS
Our Standard VFR panels features the Garmin 796, New G5 attitude indicator and MVP-50 engine analyzer. We are now offering the newest Enhanced VFR and IFR panel from Garmin. The 10.6” G500 TXi touchscreen display in combination with a new glove box and device storage cubby. A stunning crisp display, integrated engine analytics and a GTN 750 Nav/Comm/GPS. This is the most beautiful, capable and intuitive flight deck to ever find its way into the robust Husky. Making this the most efficient backcountry machine in the world. Autopilot available, not included. The Husky is FAA CERTIFIED IFR-VFR, DAY & NIGHT.

FACTORY EXTENDED LANDING GEAR
In 2012, we introduced a revolutionary landing gear system that controls the re-bound of the bungee gear system, making landings on terrain, slopes, in cross-winds or that occasional “bounced” landing smooth and controlled. Since 2018, we expa