Step 1

Builder makes contact with CADL.

Step 2

After discussions centred around the builders technical abilities, a decision is made as to whether a materials kit/component kit or a scratch build project is the best option for the builder to purchase.

Step 3

Further discussion re:  tools required, space requirements, level of technical knowledge to construct metal components, etc.  These discussions will ascertain what assistance the builder will require from CADL.

Step 4

Customer confirms his purchase and payment options - Deposit is made.

Step 5

CADL programmes the build, and sets delivery dates.

Step 6

Support is offered through construction manuals, videos, photos and personal contact.

Step 7

Stage inspections are undertaken by CADL or a local appointed representative at predetermined times during the build.  These inspections ensure the aircraft achieves all regulatory requirements to gain a flight permit when ready to fly.