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Rare Aviation Custom Cockpit Organizer

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Part# 13-24556


Keep your cockpit neat, tidy, and safe with a Custom Cockpit Organizer. Place the organizer between the front seats to instantly create more space for storing important items. Finally, your critical items are within reach during your flight.

Designed by an experienced public safety pilot (and you!), The Custom Cockpit Organizers are one-of-a-kind, designed storage consoles. All spaces are carefully considered including spaces for drinks, tablets, other modern electronics, cables, and more. Create your own instant storage and peace of mind.
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  • Easily moves between aircraft (not bolted down)
  • Clear acrylic sides and partitions for easy access and quick pre-flights
  • Built for modern electronic pilot supplies
  • Open bottom fits over a floor-mounted fire extinguisher
  • Quick & Easy Access to Everything
  • Built to Last for decades of regular use, The Cockpit Organizer is constructed out of strong and rugged clear acrylic a transparent material with high-level of impact resistance
  • Acrylic is reliable, durable, and can withstand temperature changes and UV light. It won't yellow over time and is easy to clean you can use the same cleaning products you use for aircraft windows or mild soap and water (just avoid anything with ammonia).
  • Non-conductive material
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Polish or buffer at any time to maximize clarity, soften edges, or buff out a scratch
  • In the unlikely event that acrylic plastic does break, it is designed to fracture into dull-edged pieces instead of sharp, dangerous shards like glass


Rockwell Shrike Commander
This pilot was looking for a Cockpit Organizer that would hold critical aircraft manuals in large binders close at hand. This larger twin-engine aircraft had wider space between the front seats and a larger fire extinguisher that required a handle cutout. He also wanted fewer pencil holders and a cell phone slot. Finally, he wanted handles on each side to lift the Cockpit Organizer out of the way. But we left the cable compartment on the front.

1979 TR182 Turbo Retractable Cessna 182 Skylane
This pilot wanted something very specific for his TR182. He wanted a taller Cockpit Organizer to put an armrest on the top that he could open to access compartments. He also added USB charge ports on the back and headset jacks to the side on the back for rear-seat passengers. Finally, he had the unit wrapped in leather to compliment his new interior.

Cessna Caravan
A custom organizer to hold the POH iPad and checklist with storage for pens and small items. Additional features included a lip to prevent it from sliding forward during steep descents and a size allowing the wife and easily step over it during the flight and move to the back.

Piper Saratoga
A bespoke purpose-built organizer that fit behind the trim wheel provided both front seat passengers with a place to put cell phones and items in easy reach.


  • You will first need to provide rough drawings of what you are looking for.

  • Once you approve the rough drawings, the design will be made into a CAD drawing by an engineer, and you will be sent the drawing for final approval. The drawing step generally takes one week.

  • Production will start on your special custom Cockpit Organizer. Production generally takes two to three weeks. These are unique Cockpit Organizers individually produced from uniquely cut components.

  • Your Custom Cockpit Organizer will be shipped via UPS ground for you to love and enjoy.



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