Burkhard Martens, author of the best-selling book Thermal Flying, has published a new book
The Ozone Delta 2 is out there in the wild, and has been seen completing some incredible flights. We review it in the latest issue of Cross Country magazine
GIN Paragliders have announced that Robert Graham, a designer with the company since 2004, has left the company. Torsten Siegel is joining GIN as designer and test pilot
Air Design have announced the release of two new gliders
Sup’Air have issued a safety warning for the Delight harness
Looking for a secondhand, used or ex-demo paraglider? Want to find a secondhand hang glider or paramotor? SkyAds.aero is the new website for doing all that and more.
The one-stop-shop for all things paragliding in New Zealand went live on 7 March.
Alain Zoller and the team at Air Turquoise have issued a statement saying that they have made a ‘decision to stop immediately certification of “Gun” competition gliders’.
New season, new gliders. From the latest comp machine to the smoothest EN B, we’ve got them covered
There has been an explosion of usable lightweight wings in recent years, and the Advance Pi is one of the latest.
Advance and Nova have announced that they are going to work together
A new edition of Thermal Flying has been published. The long-awaited second edition has been revised and updated and is now nearly 300 pages long.
Author, pilot and publisher Burkhard Martens has updated the English edition of Thermal Flying. We asked him about the book, and himself
Sky Paragliders has four new gliders planned for 2013…
Ozone say the Delta 2 is now certified and in production in the ML size (85-105kg). Five other sizes are still undergoing testing.
Nova have officially announced the launch of the much-anticipated Mentor 3 – and claim an improvement in glide by 0.6.
Red Bull X-Alps athlete Jon Chambers has published a remarkable first-person account of competing in the world’s best paragliding race.
Gin have unveiled their new EN B paraglider, the Atlas, in a series of photos taken over winter in Morocco.
It’s the paraglider that shouldn’t have been. The extremely lightweight single-skin paraglider that can be stuffed into a day pack and weighs less than your packed lunch