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Microlights & Paramotors

A few words
about the sport


Microlights are the alternative for those who want to fly at a lower cost for training and use, compared to conventional General Aviation aircrafts

The most modern ones are made from composite materials and they are a special category of General Aviation aircraft that is gaining more and more popularity.


The reason is simple: they are cheaper to buy, simpler to maintain and most importantly, the cost of flight and training of new pilots is more affordable.

To obtain an amateur light aircraft pilot (PPL) degree, one needs at least 200 hours of ground training and 45 hours of flight before passing the required Civil Aviation Authority exams.

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