WE MANUFACTURE SAFARI SERIES OF PARAMOTORS USING BLACK DEVIL, SIMONINI and G6 ENGINES.

WE ARE AUTHORIZED INDIAN IMPORTERS OF PARAGLIDERS FROM APCO AVIATION.

    

.................SAFARI 100 PARAMOTOR .....................................................SAFARI 200 PARAMOTOR...................

 

 

PARAMOTOR TRAINING COURSE PM-1 Level

There are 4 Stages to learning Paramotor Flying

1. The Basic Paragliding course
2. The Ground Handling and Theory of Flight course
3. The Basic Paramotoring course (PM-1)
4. The Intermediate Paramotoring course (PM-2)

Before signing for the Paramotoring course it is important that you complete the basic 4-day Paragliding course and the 4-day ground-training course. These courses will develop the necessary judgment, knowledge, and awareness on basic flying skills. It enhances air safety which will be helpful during paramotor training. It is better to build a firm foundation and learn the sport systematically. Please refer to Paragliding Training Course section.

 

Beginner Powered Paragliding Course ( PM-1 level )
Course Duration: Four days
Venue: Plain grounds around Hadapsar, Pune.
Time of the day: Either morning 7:30 to 10:00 or Evening 4:30 to Sun set
Duration per day: Two to three hours

Requirements:

a) Age 16 and above up to the age of medical fitness.
b) Minimum qualification Std. Xth
c) Medical and Physical fitness.
Following documents required during enrolment:
a) Two I-card size photographs
b) Rs.50/- blank stamp paper for Indemnity bond
c) Fees on the day of enrolment
d) Any authentic document reflecting date of birth.

Course Tips

1. Simple clothes like Jean pant, full sleeved T-shirt, Sports shoes, one full scape notebook of 100 pages and two litres of drinking water per day.
2. No loose objects on person which are capable of flying into the rotating propeller.
3. Spectacles should be fastened with a chord around the head.
4. The training will be carried out subject to weather conditions. If the weather is unsuitable, the course gets postponed.
5. Students are required to have their own vehicle for commuting to the flying site. We will make arrangements for out station students. We will make arrangements for out station students.
6. A Certificate will be awarded at the end of successful completion of the course
7. We undertake out-station training camps for at least minimum number of 3 students. If there are unobstructed huge grounds on the outskirt of your town, our expert team will come and train you at your own home ground. Travel, lodging and boarding cost extra.

Day-wise training syllabus (Paramotor P-1)

Day One

First day is spent in orientation, a brief classroom briefing and the ground handling of paraglider. The various parts of the paramotor and their functions are taught. Do's and dont's of Paramotor flying is explained. A briefing on the various safety measures, its basic care & maintenance and Inspection is given. During ground training you are taught the following:
1. Theory of paramotoring
2. Understanding the engine
3. Inflation and take-off run with a dummy paramotor
4. Thorough ground handling with the paramotor
5. Assembling the paramotor
6. Ground run with the paramotor
7. Getting the feel of the throttle
8. Video session & classroom lecture.

Day Two

On the second day you practice take offs and landing with the help of a winch. You will be winched up to a height of 50 feet with a dummy paramotor. You'll be carefully guided with the help of Instruction radios to do a few take offs, gentle turns and landings. Thereafter you'll participate in the assembly and fitting of the paramotor. Follow the Inspection procedures. Start up the engine for warming up. You make your first powered runs on the ground. A team of one Instructor & two assistants will be helping you around. By the end of this session you would have learnt:
1. Take off, gentle turns and landings (Winched)
2. Pre flight Inspection
3. Assembling and fitting of the paramotor
4. Powered ground runs (Practice for take off)
5. The lift-off of the glider
6. Application and learning effects of controls
7. Aborting & Collapsing the glider
8. Post flight inspection
9. Dismantling & Packing of the paramotor
10. Safety & emergency briefings

Day Three

Third day you are made to repeat what you have learnt the first two days in the first half of the session. In the second half you are taught all the necessary theory required for your initial small flights. You'll be introduced to small hopping flights.
In this session you will learn:
1. Reinforcement of the lessons learnt in the previous sessions
2. Flighty theory
3. Pre-flight checks
4. Radio Instructions and its jargon
5. Laying of the glider and attachments
6. Starting and warming of the engine
7. Aggressive take off run
8. Quick lift off and gentle climb to 200 feet
9. Completing the circuit
10. Final approach
11. Smooth flare and touch down
12. Controlling the glider for collapsing
13. Repeating the exercise once again
14. Post flight inspection
15. De-briefing on the performance

Day Four

On the fourth day you practice what is learnt on the previous three days in the first half session. Instructors will closely and continuously keep a track on your progress and brief you on how to improve your performance. Briefing is given for the first circuit flight. You line up for the take off. Pre flight checks and warming of the engine. Under radio instructions, you'll be allowed to take-off, climb to 300 feet, make a full circuit and land all by yourself. Depending on the weather the instructor may allow you to go for one more flight with additional tasks.
Summary of the days learning:
1. Flight theory on air safety and emergencies
2. Flight planning
3. Pre flight Inspection
4. Self planning for the days flying
5. Independent decisions
6. Analysis of the wind pattern
7. Aligning for take off
8. Pre flight checks
9. Independent take off run
10. Take off and climb to 300 feet
11. Gentle right turn for joining the circuit
12. Completing circuit for final approach
13. Landing at the designated area
14. Spot landing practice
15. Debriefing

    

CONTACT :

ERIC MENEZES
Chief Paragliding Instructor
Mobile:+91 9371033226,
E-mail : paraglidingeric@gmail.com


JENNIFER MENEZES
Flying co ordinator/Administrator
Mob:+919822023790 +919850061929
E-mail : paraglidingpune@gmail.com


WINGS and FLIGHTS, Institute of Paragliding and Paramotoring, Pune.