Powered Paragliding Training
Learning to fly paramotors is like most things in life—is easier for some while for others it takes a little more work. Flying is not a skill you are born with, it’s earned through knowledge, training, and experience.
Come Prepared—be physically and mentally ready for the demands of training, commit to your flight training, and follow my rules and instructions. Persevere—there is no shame in failure-only quitting. Learning to fly will likely be one of the greatest experiences of your life.
But get the training to be a safe knowledgeable pilot.
- Classed as an ultralight vehicle, paramotoring has few regulations and does not require a formal pilot license or flight hours requirement.
- No Medical’s
- People who become Paramotor Pilots range in age from 14-84
Cheaper than flying an airplane
- Paramotor Training is 75% cheaper than airplanes
- Paramotors cost about the same as a motorcycle $8-12k
- Paramotors have few regulations that make it easier to fly anywhere
Training is easier, faster and more fun
- Learning to fly a paramotor is safe, easy, and lots of fun.
- Small class sizes and great student-to-instructor ratios
- The majority of students complete training within 7-10 days
Paramotor Pilot Training—USPPA Syllabus
The USPPA Syllabus defines the standards and minimum training each pilot should have in order to be a successful and safe pilot.
We start fun stuff — Kiting which is the art of handling the glider. Then we move on to all the other ground maneuvers when creating the opportunity for safe equipment checks, launches, and landings
Ground School Education
Don’t underestimate the power of knowledge in Paramotors. Aviation Rules, Air Space, Airports & Traffic Patterns, Weather, Equipment, Places to Fly, Paramotor Community, Events & Fly-ins
Flying itself is by far the easiest part of becoming a Paramotor pilot. Regardless of what you watch on YouTube, we will cover many safety considerations you must know to be a safe pilot.
What’s Needed to Fly Paramotors
Paramotors are cheaper to own and fly than other forms of motorized flight!
We help you get started on the right wing and help you buy a glider from a variety of manufacturers
The Power to get you in the air
Frame and Motor
Frames support the engine and harness the pilot sits in. The Brand usually refers to the Frame and the Engine is usually referred to by the manufacturer
Helmets, Radios, and more
You need very little – Just a helmet.
Other equipment largely depends on the environment you are flying in.
Pay by the session
Make Your Dreams Of Flying Come True Today.Never grow old and wish you had!