Airworks can make that dream a reality. Paramotoring can be enjoyed by people of fourteen or over - you can learn to paramotor in as few as twelve days, eight if you don’t mind spending money on a few replacement propellers.
With our expert tuition you will quickly develop the technique to become a competent pilot; strength is not a requirement, especially now that the CAA have permitted the use of wheeled trikes.
Airworks Paragliding Centre is based at Glynde train station, on the main Brighton and London to Eastbourne railway lines. By road, we are 400 metres north of the A27 in the village of Glynde just south of the National Opera at Glyndebourne. We can even accommodate arrival by air if you tell us in advance!
The cheapest way to start out is to buy a package deal from them including training and equipment.
We also have excellent classroom facilities equipped for all your needs and an on-site cafe.
To discuss your needs please feel free to pop in for a coffee and a chat, call us on (01273)434002 or email email@example.com.
N.B. The BHPA, wisely, do not sanction dual paramotor flights.
N.B. The legal minimum age is 14, there is no upper age limit.
Airworks Paragliding Centre |BHPA Registered School No. 282 | Unit 4 Stonecross Farm Industrial Estate | LAUGHTON | East Sussex | BN8 6BN | Shop Tel. 01273 434002 | Weathercheck Tel. 01273 858108 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org © 2018 Airworks Paragliding Centre
Before You Book
Age limits: Dual flights - 12 (can be waived in exceptional circumstances,) One Day Introduction & EP - 14, Club Pilot - 14.
Please Note: Lessons do not have to be taken on consecutive days and may take more or less days than stated, depending on the individual's ability. It is advisable not to leave too much time between lessons, as progression through your course will be detrimentally affected. If you leave more than one month between lessons, you will be required to purchase an additional days training (£99) for each month without flying. Courses must be completed within 12 months of commencing. On all our courses we will only fly if it is safe to do so and in this regard the Duty Instructors decision is final.
BHPA MembershipMembership to the British Hang Gliding & Paragliding Association is mandatory because it covers you for third party liability. This is taken out on arrival at the school.
Day membership is £17 and full annual membership is £128.
Personal Accident InsuranceAviation is inherently dangerous and can result in injury or death.
Personal Accident Insurance is not included in your BHPA membership nor is it currently available through the BHPA. We strongly recommend that you take out Personal Accident Insurance for the duration of your course. You would have to arrange this prior to your lesson(s). We are aware that Sportscoverdirect offer such insurance