When we receive your gear it will be give a preliminary inspection of the external components for wear or damage. We’ll check for any relevant Airworthiness Directives or Service Bulletins which pertain to your specific equipment. Your equipments components will also be checked for any required scheduled maintenance or required re-certifications that may be required. This is just the beginning of the process…
Then, your parachute harness, hardware and external container will be closely inspected and scrutinized. The ripcord pull force will be tested, and pilot chute launch observed. The canopy will be then be pulled from the container and each line, seam, gore or cell will be thoroughly inspected.
Unless otherwise discussed, any unforeseen repairs, modifications or parts costing more than fifty dollars we’ll contact you for approval of expenditures.
All work will be performed in accordance with applicable FAA regulations, manufactures requirements, and industry standards.
Your gear will then be packed in accordance with manufacturers instructions. This process usually takes two to four hours to complete.
Pertinent Information about major components of your gear (manufacturer, model, serial, limitations, etc.) will be recorded and appear on your invoice.
Your gear will be returned to you via UPS Ground and insured for $750 per major component (main, reserve, container, AAD, etc.) unless otherwise waived by you.