Faq Frequently Asked Questions About Paragliding Paramotor Microlight
Is paragliding dangerous ? : Paragliding is certainly the most predictable air sport; because it uses a flexible wing like a parachute, if the engine fails, it is this parachute which allows a gentle descent, giving a gentle stand-up landing.
Does other flight experience speed up training ?
Paragliding experience in particular, helps, but all airsports will help considerably with spatial abilities and can help accelerate your training.
Is it possible to fly tandem ?
Yes, but the paramotor requires a specific combination of movements to control the canopy, the motor and your footwork at the same time
How long will a paramotor last ?
It is difficult with such a recently evolved sport to give an accurate life. We still have our original demonstration models, which are the oldest available, with several hundred hours of flying in good conditions,
What speed do paramotors fly at ?
At the same speed as paragliders, which is around 20 kph (slowest speed) and 35 to 50 kph (depending on the type of wing used). The slowest take-off speed is around 40 kph.
How do you steer the powered paraglider?
Control is very easy. Simply pull the right handle to turn right, the left handle to turn left and pull both at five feet above the ground to stop with a gentle landing.
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