Our RV Flight Bag was designed to fit behind the pilots and co-pilots seat of the RV-6/7/9/10. It fits over the flap actuator bar and makes maximum use of the area behind your seat. This keeps the CG as far forward as possible and maximizes remaining cargo space. The RV Flight Bag is 18 inches high and 12.5 inches wide. It has a very large main cargo area easily accessible with a large zipper flap. There are two side pockets, one 10" x 4 " and a 7" x 5.5” map pocket. The rear side of the bag has a pencil/flashlight/fuel tester pocket, a 10 inch x 7 inch headset pocket, and a 6”x 5 ¼” pocket for small tools. The material and zippers are heavy duty and will last a long time. It has a nice carrying handle and comes with two straps that can be attached to your seat back to clip the bag to minimize movement. It also comes with a removable shoulder strap. They are available in black and gray. It’s a nice way to clean up the cargo area and looks great too.
Available in black, gray, or brown as a special order item.
Special Orders are ... well, special. And because each bag is not started until you order, special orders can not be returned or cancelled
Fantastic bag if you have an RV!
Posted by Tim on Aug 15th 2016
I recently received my RV Flight Bag in leather. It really is a spectacular bag for fitting into the RV. It has lots of pockets, is accessible on the main internal pouch by tilting the seat forward, and holds basically everything that I would leave in the plane as my x/c travel bag. (Spare oil, first aid kit, tool kit, airplane cover, cowl plugs...maybe even tiedowns, I have to try that) It's a very good looking bag as well. It doesn't fit my RV quite as perfect as it will fit others. Mine is an RV14 and the bag is about 2" taller than my plane is designed for. But it still works ok for me.
If I'm forced to nit pick, the only things I've found that I would change are this: 1) The pen slots I'd enlarge slightly because the pens I like have a thicker rubber grip. (this may not be good for everyone) 2) I wish there were some sort of D-Ring attach point at the lower front sides of the bag. The bag is able to be strapped securely to keep it from flying around, on the top of the bag. However, it could use some sort of method to attach at the bottom, also. All it would take is a couple of D-Rings stitched into the sides, which I may have done locally. For many people this wouldn't be necessary, but if you may find yourself doing aerobatics, it would be preferred.
All in all though, this is an excellent bag and I will be telling all of my RV buddies about it!