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    Paramotor trike

    I want to try one. Anyone know of any schools?
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    School: Aerochute UK, Melton Mowbray, LE14 2EP

    Training on: Powered Parachute
    Tel: 07929 320343
    Email: wayne@aerochute.co.uk
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    I think this is the same guy who travels to our airfield to teach a student on a paramotor trike, if it is then the instructor has recently lost his airfield at Melton Mowbray...
    G-HAMS a pretty quick Quik


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    On the continent in the freer regimes there they can be flown out of fairly small fields. A trailer may be needed but the wing fits into a rucksack.

    It's a huge growth area and a massive missed opportunity for the UK.

    https://vimeo.com/295488940

    This is the future. Apco's range of aircraft has the same number of models as the total number of PPC certified in the UK in the last 38 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randombloke View Post
    On the continent in the freer regimes there they can be flown out of fairly small fields. A trailer may be needed but the wing fits into a rucksack.

    It's a huge growth area and a massive missed opportunity for the UK.

    https://vimeo.com/295488940

    This is the future. Apco's range of aircraft has the same number of models as the total number of PPC certified in the UK in the last 38 years.
    Thank you. That video is magical
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