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    The weight capacity that a glider can withstand depends on the specific type and size of the glider, but as a general rule the maximum weight should not exceed 240 kg. Paragliders come in various categories, sizes and ratings according to the maximum load they...

    The duration of a paragliding flight can vary considerably depending on a number of factors, such as weather conditions, pilot skill and the type of flight being undertaken. In general, typical recreational flights can last from 15 minutes to several hours. One of the main factors...

    Paragliding can be practised in various locations, provided that certain safety conditions are met and local regulations are respected. Some of the common paragliding locations include: Mountains and Hills: Many paragliders choose to launch from natural elevations, such as mountains or hills. These sites provide...

    Paragliding, as a recreational and sporting activity, has its roots in the work of several pioneers. However, one of the most prominent names associated with the early development of paragliding is the Frenchman Jean-Claude Bétemps. In 1965, Bétemps, together with his friend André Bohn, built and...

    The word "paragliding" comes from the combination of two terms: Para-: This prefix comes from the Greek "para", meaning "beside" or "next to". In this context, it refers to the configuration of the wing-shaped wing that is "next to" or "beside" the paraglider during flight. ...

    Paragliding safety depends on several factors, including pilot skills, weather conditions, equipment used and adherence to safety rules and procedures. When practised properly and responsibly, paragliding can be a fairly safe activity, but like any adventure sport, there are always inherent risks. Some aspects that contribute to...

    Paragliders fly thanks to the aerodynamics of their design and the interaction with air currents. Here is a basic explanation of why paragliders can lift and stay in the air: Glider design: The glider has a flexible wing that resembles a glider wing. This sail...

    The sensation of paragliding is unique and exciting. On take-off, the pilot is on the ground with the glider extended above him. With the wind filling the sail, the pilot starts to run forward downhill. As the speed increases and the glider is fully inflated,...

    The speed of a glider can vary according to various factors, such as weather conditions, specific glider design, load, pilot skill, etc. Under normal conditions, during a recreational flight, the speed of a paraglider usually ranges between 20 km/h and 45 km/h. It is important to note...

    The altitude at which a paraglider flies can vary depending on several factors, such as weather conditions, the skill of the pilot, the geographical area you are in and the type of flight you are doing. During a typical recreational flight, a paraglider can be maintained...

    Before embarking on the fascinating adventure of flying, every paragliding flight requires some previous steps and procedures that guarantee that the experience will be as we have planned it, safe and satisfactory. These steps begin the day before the flight with the study of the weather...

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