Prices can be subject to change at any time up to placement of the order. Once the order is placed and acknowledged, the acknowledged price will be held firm. All prices are ex works from Bedford UK.
A 50% deposit will be required with the order. Payment for the aircraft in full will become due within two weeks of the despatch acknowledgment. The company shall charge interest on overdue payments of 5% above
Upon receipt of the order an order acknowledgement will be sent including an estimated delivery date. The company will use its best endeavours to meet the estimated delivery dates. However should suppliers for the company not deliver necessary materials, components on time or other circumstances beyond the control of the company occur to delay delivery of the product, then the company cannot be held liable for any form of damages, or return of deposits held. Deposits may be refunded on request if delivery delay is greater than 6 weeks beyond the written estimate.
Warranty of quality:
The company warrants that parts and components shall be free from defects in workmanship or materials. In the event that any supplied parts shall prove to be defective in workmanship or materials within 1 year from delivery, the company shall repair or replace same. Engines have specific warranty conditions specified by the engine manufacturer and specific requirements for warranty registration, which shall be the responsibility of the purchaser. Except as herein stated the company shall not be liable for any damages or for the breach of any warranty, express or implied, or for any further obligation or liability on account of the products covered by this agreement. Because of the products status as homebuilt aircraft, no labour is covered by this warranty.
This product is not certified by the UK CAA, as such the builder, not the company is deemed the manufacturer and must take full responsibility for the construction and safety of the aircraft. Every customer purchasing this aircraft or components whether directly or indirectly from the company is warned that that microlight flying and similar airsports are not controlled as are other forms of aviation. As a result microlight aircraft, components and related equipment are manufactured from commercially available materials and components and some of these materials and components are not designed specifically for aviation use. Bearing in mind the above every
purchaser must ensure that he inspects fully every purchased item upon delivery and before every flight thereafter and he must make himself aware of all trends or changes which may make a particular item unsuitable for the use it was initially purchased. He must also satisfy himself that a purchased item is suitable for the use to which he intends to employ it. The company can offer advice, but the final responsibility for the use of goods purchased rests solely with the purchaser (whether direct or indirect) or other user who employs such goods at his own risk.
This warning applies to every part item or service offered by the company and acceptance of or payment for goods is an implicit acceptance of this warning.
The AirBike Lite is classed as an SSDR in the UK, (Single Seat De-Regulated) microlight, which is an aircraft not requiring a permit to fly, any associated design investigation, or formal flight testing, the onus is entirely on the builder/owner/pilot to establish the aircraft is in a fit state to fly.
The AirBike max is sold in Europe as a microlight, and is governed by the rules specified in the country where it is registered, the onus is entirely on the builder/owner/pilot to establish the aircraft complies with the local rules, and is in a fit state to fly.
The owner must assure the aeroplane complies with all of the following criteria before flight.
Max gross weight not to exceed 300kgs
Stall speed less than 35 knots
Must be registered with the CAA
Display a G-???? in the normal way
Have third party insurance for minimum £600,000
Only be flown on a private flight, by day, in VFR, only over non-congested areas
The pilot must be in possession of an appropriate microlight licence