Our Paragliding and Paramotoring School is dedicated to creating the perfect and fun learning experience for our students. Our instructors are pilots who love teaching as much as they love flying.
We are the first and only paragliding school in Cyprus!!!
Being dealers for many brands of paragliders and accessories, we provide the best prices possible to our students when they’re ready to pick up their own paragliding gear.
Enjoy the pleasure of flying paragliding and paramotoring without having any previous experiences.
Expert pilots will take you around, showing you all the beauty of the panorama from above.
We offer anything you will need for a safe flying. All the equipment is from the best brands and certified.
Fly in complete security is important to have the best paragliding experience!
10 min Lesson + 15 min Fly Time Duration (Optional + € 15 video)
Enjoy the thrill of Tandem Paragliding among the breathtaking scenery of Cyprus Island. Soar like a bird while seeing everything from above. Your professional, qualified and fully trained tandem pilots will be waiting for you, to enjoy an extreme sport experience.
Your adventure starts with a small briefing on how to behave before and during the flight, and will continue along the ridge of the beautiful Curium site, after which, you will land on the nearby beach.
Enjoy the views while your pilot sets up the paraglider and straps you in for the most unique experience you will ever encounter.
Just a gentle gust up the face of the hill, a few steps forward and suddenly you are soaring like an eagle…
12 Days - 30 Hours Lessons for a Paragliding Certification (Diploma)
Phase 1 – Ground Training
Exercise 1 – Introduction and administration: risk warning; site discipline and school rules; students health / medical conditions and an explanation of the Training Program, Student Training Record book and appropriate clothing / footwear.
Exercise 2 – Daily site assessment briefings: site and any site hazards, airflow and airflow hazards, weather assessment.
Exercise 3 – Equipment introduction: parts and function of the wing, harness and helmet, how an aerofoil creates lift, daily inspections demonstrated, practiced and understood at a basic level.
Exercise 4 – Avoiding and minimizing injury: safety techniques discussed, when and how to use them (with a demonstration from the Instructor). Then practiced to a good degree of competence with the student.
Exercise 5 - Briefings: pre-flight checks, taking off and landing into wind, airspeed control and the landing flare.
Exercise 6 - Preparation: putting on the helmet and harness, pre-flight checks.
Exercise 7 - Running with the wing: learning to flare / stall the wing on landing and post-flight control.
Exercise 8 – Directional control: making turns whilst running with the wing on the ground.
Phase 3 – Getting Airborne
Exercise 9 – Getting Airborne: the student will practice taking off, making small flights (typically no more than 5 m ground clearance with tethers), and controlled landings.
Phase 4 – In Flight Exercises
Exercise 10 – Eventualities briefing: The need to prepare, before takeoff, plans to deal with the unexpected.
Exercise 11 – Commands and Communications briefing: This includes briefing on signals, bats, radios, verbal, as appropriate.
Exercise 12 – Responsibilities Briefing: From this point the student becomes a pilot in command and will be in a position to determine the course of the flight. The student must clearly understand their level of responsibility for the safe conduct of any flight.
Exercise 13 – Maintaining course and airspeed; including flights to maximum 15 m/50 ft.
Exercise 14 – Introducing turns of up to 90 degrees.
Exercise 15 – Completing simple flight plans; involving further ground clearance / height, unassisted launches, controlled landings (within a designated area).
Phase 5 – In Flight Exercises
Exercise 16 – 18 – Lessons and personal study, to gain knowledge to the required level on Meteorology, Principles of Flight, Air-law and Rules of the Air.
Phase 6 - Pre-soaring
22 180 degree turns to a consistent level.
23 Planned approaches - Minimum 4 successful planned flights making controlled landing within 10m of a target.
Phase 7 - Soaring
24 Soaring flight - Minimum 4 successful flights using ridge lift to maintain gain height.
25 Top landings - Minimum 4 successful flights.
26 Flying with others.
Phase 8 - Improving skills
27 Exploring the sped range.
28 Accelerator system.
29 Forward launching.
30 Reverse launching.
31 Weight shift and pitch-roll in turns.
32 Cross wind and slope landings.
Phase 9 - Instability and emergencies
34 Active flying.
35 Rapid descent techniques.
36 Dealing with an asymmetric tuck.
Phase 10 Theory lessons and examination
38 Principles of flight.
39 Rules of the air and air law.
40 General airmanship knowledge.
41 Club pilot theory examination.
You are now free to fly unsupervised. You may wish to stay within the school flying in a friendly and familiar environment on our unique private sites while receiving extra guidance from us.