SkySchool Flight Centre
SkySchool is a British Adventure Sports company run by Alex Ledger based in the UK and Spain. SkySchool is Europe's leading APPI PPG Paramotor school and the team behind Flying for Heroes. Most of SkySchool's courses take place in north east Spain, the Adventure Sports capital of Europe, where the consistent and reliable weather conditions allow students to learn and develop their skills in a short period of time. For our latest news follow us on Facebook.
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Paramotor Courses from Europe's leading Paramotor Training School - SkySchool offers paramotor lessons in Spain.
Paramotor Couses from Europe's leading Paramotor Training School - SkySchool offers paramotor lessons in the UK in Mere, Wiltshire.
ParaTrike pilot training and expeditions for wounded military personnel in support of Help for Heroes
Just a quick blog to remind everyone to look out for Flying for Heroes in the press over the next few days and also for the branded Rage buggy in London with a Parajet Zenith on the back! Flying for Heroes is a
The last few months have seen the SkySchool Team scattered all around the world! Kester went to Oman to teach the Police how to fly, Rob jetted off to India, Zebur headed to Egypt, Brooke to Australia and Alex to South Africa. With
We have been seriously busy over the last 4 months, so much so that we forgot to update the monthly Newsletter! We had a very successful Summer Season in Spain followed by 2 weeks of Paragliding in Organya. On returning to the UK
The SkySchool Team are currently making their way to Spain, by a variety of methods and routes, for the start of the Summer season. Despite the cold weather, the UK courses in April were some of the most successful courses we have ever
2013 has started extremely well! In January SkySchool MD and APPI PPG Founder Alex Ledger travelled to Iran to run an APPI PPG Instructor course for more than 20 Iranian Pilots. The course took place on the old international airfield in the centre