Ernő Rubik was a Hungarian aircraft designer and father of Ernő Rubik, the architect who became famous for his mechanical puzzles. During the 1930s, he designed several gliders for manufacture by Műegyetemi Sportrepülő Egyesület, the sport flying association of the Budapest Technical University. In the years following WW2, these designs were followed by a number of powered aircraft, making Rubik the country's most prolific aircraft designer. These were manufactured by his own enterprise, Aero-Ever in Esztergom, until the firm was nationalised in 1948 as Sportárutermelő Vállalat.
Rubik R-26SU Gobe HA-5520
This is the most famous Hungarian glider plane, used for basic training, designed by Erno RUBIK, Sen...
HA-5035: Rubik R-11b Cimbora replica. The original Cimbora was built in 1940, and it was the first H...