Powered paragliding, also known as paramotoring or PPG, is a form of ultralight aviation where the pilot wears a motor on their back (a paramotor) which provides enough thrust to take off using a paraglider.
Hot air ballooning is the activity of flying hot air balloons. Attractive aspects of ballooning include the exceptional quiet (except when the propane burners are firing), the lack of a feeling of movement, and the bird’s-eye view. Since the balloon moves with the direction of the winds, the passengers feel absolutely no wind, except for brief periods during the flight when the balloon climbs or descends into air currents of different direction or speed.
The easiest way available to get airborne for the children and grown-ups alike. It grarantees a child the other worldly feeling of flying like a bird. It is attached to “Catapult Winch” which gradually flies from a height of 50 ft. To 500 ft. All it requires of you is to get strapped to the harness and experience the “Skyride”.
Speed is the typical maximum speed of the average aircraft. Speed range is another important characteristic and is shown in percent. PPC’s for example, have very little speed range since more power just makes them go up. PPG’s are similar but have more range since they have speed systems. FAR 103 mandates a max speed of less than 55 kts (63 mph) and stall speed of no more than 24 kts (27 mph).
Two seater microlight aircraft are equipped with conventional controls.Seating is side by side. Docile handling capabilities and has, forgiving nature.Easy to learn and fly. Absolute trainer designer vehicle. Can reach an altitude of 8,000 ft. We use the Raj Hamsa, X-Air, fitted with a Rotax 582 engine.Eqipment:Powerchute Kestrel. It is simply a para glider with an engine. The twin seater aluminium trike with its ROTAX engine is attached to the Para Glider with lines.Takes off within 50 mtrs and one can fly upto 8,000ft.
It has been one of mine unforgettable experience being a fighter pilot . I will never forget this moment flying above 2.500 feet from the ground in the open cockpit .