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Combined Elementary & Club Paramotor Flying Course at Darley Moor Airfield
This reduced price will ONLY be if you purchase both courses together straight after doing your day taster with us.
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12-03-2024
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Club Paramotor Pilot Course with Airways Airsports at Darley Moor Airfield
This is at least another 5-7 days of training with us with the intention that when you are signed of as a club pilot you are confident, able to progress & make the all important decisions of when & where to fly all by yourself whilst keeping yourself a happy & safe pilot. Of course many pilots stay with us & join the Airways Gliding Club to take advantage of our wonderful facilities & to fly with-in a group of…
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Elementary Paramotor Pilot Course with Airways Airsports at Darley Moor Airfield
This is a further 4 days of training towards becoming a paramotor pilot where we build on your paragliding flying skills. All the time we look to refine every aspect of your flying from forward launch & ground handling to inflight control & light easy well executed landings. (We will also start to build your knowledge on Meteorology , air law & theory of flight)
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12-03-2024
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Paramotor Conversion Course (Select this option if you purchased your equipment from us)
Once you have your paragliding CPC qualification you can easily gain your paramotor rating by undertaking a short conversion course. The paramotor tuition is half price (£350) if you purchase your equipment from us or if you have learned to fly with us.
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Paramotor Conversion Course (Select this option if you didn't purchase your equipment from us)
Once you have your paragliding CPC qualification you can easily gain your paramotor rating by undertaking a short conversion course. The paramotor tuition is half price (£350) if you purchase your equipment from us or if you have learned to fly with us.
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12-03-2024
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Paramotor Taster Day with Airways Airsports at Darley Moor Airfield
Paramotor Taster Day with Airways Airsports - Darley Moor Airfield Select an option!
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Paramotor Training on AvPay
Paramotoring can be booked and paid for through AvPay. Gliding & Paramotor Clubs are typically run by volunteers on a non-profit basis. Taking this into account and given you don’t need much fuel to fly a paramotor, paramotoring can be one of the most cost-effective ways of getting in the air.

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Combined Elementary & Club Paramotor Flying Course at Darley Moor Airfield

Paragliding and paramotoring are both form of powered flight using a paraglider wing, but they differ in how the propulsion is achieved. In paragliding, the pilot relies solely on the natural forces of wind and thermals for lift and propulsion. The pilot launches by foot and uses the glider’s aerodynamic properties to soar, glide, and stay airborne. There is no engine or motor involved, and the pilot’s flight duration and distance are determined by the atmospheric conditions. In paramotoring, the pilot wears a motorized backpack unit called a paramotor, which consists of a small engine, a propeller, and a harness with a cage. The engine provides thrust and propels the pilot forward. The pilot can take off from the ground by foot and maintain sustained powered flight. Paramotoring allows pilots to fly in calm or light wind conditions and offers more control over flight duration and distance. Paragliders typically launch by foot, either through a forward launch or a reverse launch technique. The pilot runs or jogs with the wing to generate lift and take-off from the ground. Paramotors allow for easy launching from flat ground. The pilot runs a short distance while the paramotor’s engine provides the necessary thrust for take-off. This eliminates the need for relying solely on favourable wind conditions for launch. Paragliders used in paragliding are typically lightweight, non-motorized wings designed for gliding and soaring flight. They have no engine or propulsion system and rely solely on the pilot’s skill in managing the glider’s lift and glide ratios. Paramotors consist of a paraglider wing (similar to those used in paragliding) and a motorized backpack unit. The paramotor includes a small engine, a propeller, a fuel tank, and a throttle control. The pilot wears a harness that integrates with the paramotor, allowing them to fly under power. Paragliding offers a pure gliding experience. Pilots rely on rising air currents, such as thermals, ridge lift, and dynamic soaring, to stay airborne and prolong their flight duration. Paragliders can achieve long-distance flights and engage in cross-country soaring. Paramotoring, on the other hand, provides powered flight and allows pilots to take off and land from almost any suitable area. Paramotors offer more flexibility and control over altitude and speed, allowing pilots to fly in calm or light wind conditions. This makes paramotoring suitable for low-level flying, exploration, and recreational flying in varied locations. Both paragliding and paramotoring offer unique experiences and opportunities for aerial adventure. The choice between the two depends on personal preferences, desired flight characteristics, and the availability of suitable training and flying areas.