Why should I learn to fly?

Flight has been the biggest dream of man and an affordable personal flying is still a dream realized by a very few. Para motoring and Micro Aviation are a rapidly developing aerosport which helps you realize that dream. Because of its affordability and ease of transport par motoring is also called “Pocket Aviation”. Once you learn to fly then you are exposed to the beauty of everything around us in a different dimension altogether, one that not everyone can see and experience. Come, learn to fly with us.



SKY VENTURE CLUB is dedicated towards popularizing adventure flying in India in the form of Para motoring (Powered Parachute / Powered Para-glide). We have a thorough training curriculum for trainee pilots. Currently our trainings in India are for trick flying and for backpack flying training we have our location in Malaysia. We strictly believe that “FLYING IS DISCIPLINE” and our training works towards hard wiring the same in our students. Learning to fly a Para motor or an Aerochute Powered Parachute is safe, easy and lots of fun.

Before the commencement of the training there is some paperwork involved, the details of which can be collected through a call or email. The curriculum shown here is only for the first level training for Powered Parachute / Powered Paraglide (PPC 1 / PPG 1). For next levels of training you can get in touch with us and a curriculum will be created basis your knowledge and requirements. Following is a summary of the Para motoring training curriculum:

  1.   Theory
  • Limitations
  • Risk awareness
  • Takeoff & Landing directions
  • Reasons for avoiding low, downwind operations
  • Torque effects
  • Usage of brakes and throttle
  • Stalls and spins
  • Recognizing wind direction

    2.  Ground Handling with glider

  • Introduction to the ram air wing (fabric, cells, karabiners, risers, brake toggles, lines, trimmers, etc.)
  • Introduction to dangers of kiting and to the handling harness and other safety gear
  • Preparing for kiting (proper layout, clearing tangles and knots, checking if lines are clear)
  • Hooking in and Inflation (how it’s done and risks involved, controlling the inflated glider)

      3. Flight training

  • Pre-flight inspection (according to checklist)
  • Understanding radio instructions
  • Flying with instructor (handling controls under instructor supervision)
  • Flying solo (instructor supervision on radio)


SKY VENTURE CLUB has ventured into micro aviation and is introducing Bat Hawk aircraft in India. We need some time to create the infrastructure around it and we will be updating our training curriculum in some time.