Might my glider fail the tests?


It's possible that if your wing is older and had a lot of use, then it may be that the lines are no longer strong enough or the canopy fabric may have become too porous. If that is the case, we'll contact you as son as this becomes apparent. We [...]

How often should I get my glider serviced?


How frequently you should get your glider serviced depends mostly on how much you fly and what kind of flying you do. Most manufacturers recommend a number of hours that equates to either one or two years flying for most pilots. Bear in mind that some situations are more harsh [...]

How does the Aerofix courier collection work?


We use DPD Local to collect from and deliver to addresses in the UK. If you ask us to collect your kit, we can make arrangements for DPD to collect from your home or work address on any working day. Alternatively you can drop your kit off at one [...]

How do I pay you?


When we've completed the work on your kit, we'll email your service report and invoice. Your invoice will detail how you can pay online by card or bank transfer. Once you've paid we'll finalise arrangements to get your kit back to you. If you're planning to pick up from [...]

How do I organise a service?


You can arrange a service online at Book a service. Select either the next available service slot or a later week if that suits you better. You'll be asked to provide your details including mobile number and email so we can acknowledge your booking and keep in touch. We'll [...]

How long does a glider service take?


We’ll carry out all the service work in the week you book That means we should get your glider on its way back to you that week. Of course something unexpected may come up. For example, if your canopy needs a repair or a lot of lines need replacing, [...]