Want to build your own aircraft, but don’t want to wait years to fly? New Builder Assist Centers are popping up for all manufacturers, including Glasair Aviation. The Arlington, Wash.-based company’s Customer Assembly Center makes it possible for a pilot to build an aircraft in less than three months. The program is “intense,” according to company officials, with customers working eight hour days, five days a week for two to three weeks at the center. Customers finish the project at home.
From boxes to flying in less than 3 months, with Glasairs help
December 24, 2004 by Leave a Comment