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Paramotor Courses in the UK

We run Paramotor and ParaTrike Courses at Hinton Airfield in June, July and August.

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UK Courses

In the UK we run Paramotor and ParaTrike courses at Hinton Airfield in Northamptonshire near Brackley, just off Junction 11 of the M40. The first 3 courses from 1st - 20th June are now fully booked but we have slots from 22nd June onwards.

The information below outlines the course dates, fees, accommodation options and further information. We also run courses in Portugal and Spain.

To discover more or to make a booking contact us.

UK 2024 Course Dates

Course Fees

  • Weekend Courses

    • Paramotor Taster Course: £350
    • Maintenance Workshop: £250 (These take place during the winter months, to register your name contact us)

  • Beginner Courses

    • Beginner Paramotor Course: £1,095
    • Beginner ParaTrike Course: £1,295
    • Deposit: £350
  • Intermediate courses

    • Intermediate Paramotor Training: £150 a day
    • Intermediate ParaTrike Training: £200 a day
  • Paramotor Pilot course split between uk and Europe

    • Paramotor Pilot Course: £2,195 ( Beginner course in UK then Intermediate course in Europe with 7 nights single accommodation)
    • Deposit: £495
  • The Course Fees Include

  • The Course Fees Don't Include

    • Food
    • Accommodation
    • Travel and Transport

  • Accommodation and Food

    Camping at Hinton Airfield costs £15 per night per person and includes use of the showers and toilets. Campervans are possible but there is no electrical hook up. Please email Natalie to make a booking. Her number is 01295 477 907.

    The cheapest hotel option is the Travel Lodge at the M40 Bicester Services, which is 20 minutes from the airfield. Other options are available on Airbnb and Booking.com.

    There is a cafe on site at the Skydiving Centre as well as some good local pubs. However students are encouraged to bring their own food and water each day.


    The UK courses start at 09:00 on Saturday and end in the late afternoon/early evening depending upon the weather. The meeting point is outside the cafe at the Skydiving Centre. The courses follow the APPI PPG and APPI ParaTrike training syllabuses.

    During the day please bring appropriate footwear (ankle supporting boots are recommended), water, food, suncream and suitable outdoor clothing, including a jacket and trousers as it can get cold while flying. The nearest train station is Banbury, which is an affordable 15 minute taxi journey. In the UK we have the NHS so we do not require UK based students to take out insurance. If you have any questions please contact us.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What time of the year do the Paramotoring and ParaTriking Courses run in the UK and why?

We run Paramotor Courses in the UK in June, July and August when the weather is usually at its best and most consistent.

Which are the nearest Train stations to the UK Paramotor Training site?

The nearest train stations to the UK Paramotor Training site are Kings Sutton and Banbury, which is an hour’s journey from Marylebone, London. From there, you can take a 20 minute taxi to Hinton Airfield.

What happens if the weather is bad in the UK during my Paramotoring or ParaTriking Course?

All Training days stay in credit for up to 2 years to be used at a later date. At the end of the Course, the SkySchool Team will confirm how many days you have in credit with us.

What are the benefits of Paramotor or ParaTrike Training in the UK vs Overseas?

The only benefit of training in the UK is that you do not have to travel as far, especially for those who live locally, as this saves them the cost of Travel and Accommodation. The UK is a great place to learn the basics, meet the SkySchool Team and make the most of the weather when it allows us to fly! However, the UK climate can never be relied upon to provide consistent weather, hence why we suggest you sit the Intermediate course in Portugal or Spain.

Is Accommodation included in the Course fee in the UK?

Accommodation is not included in the Course fee in the UK. There is the option to camp or to bring a campervan to Hinton Airfield, which has some basic facilities including bathrooms and a kitchen. Alternatively, you can stay off site in a wide range B&B’s or hotels that can be found on AirBnB and Booking.com

How many flights can I expect to do on a Beginner Paramotoring or ParaTriking Course in the UK?

The number of Flights you can expect to do on a Beginner Course in the UK is 1 solo flight.

When do the Paramotor and ParaTrike Courses start and finish in the UK?

All UK Paramotor and ParaTrike Courses start at 9am on a Saturday. At the start of the course we end around 17:00 however when it is flyable we tend to meet earlier and finish later to take advantage of the best flying conditions. The Taster Courses only run over weekends and run from 9am to 5pm. Friday is the Team's day off.


The course struck the perfect balance between essential knowledge and practical skill training; when you're ready, the instructors will have no hesitation getting you in the sky and fully supporting you.

Nat Mortazavi

Published 31/08/22

What an experience!! The guys at Skyschool really showed their worth. Exceptional organising by Alex, on short notice to get me in on the 6 day course at Hinton.

Andy Coxon

Published 30/08/22

This was an amazing experience! I have always wanted to fly a Paramotor and the team from SkySchool UK made this possible. They make the training fun, enjoyable and easy to understand.

Charles Vernon

Published 28/07/22

I know I was probably one of the more challenging customers but my true gratitude goes out to Zeb and Ricardo who never gave up on me and went that extra mile to see me through.


Published 13/07/22

Great practical course backed up by a fantastic online training course which I will be referring back to for years to come! Both Alex and Zeb are first class instructors with the patience of saints.

Jock Alexander

Published 30/05/22

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