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Stories from the Sky

Stories from the Sky by Alex Ledger are some of the amazing Flying adventures experienced by our team and friends over the years.

A Brow Shaves the DayFlying for Heros

It was August 2014 and we were about to puncture through some very thick clouds having taken off from The Great Rift Valley in Kenya for what would turn out to be an epic African adventure. Conditions above the clouds were near perfect as we navigated our way to our illustrious 5-star safari lodge. Alas, with any good adventure, drama is always hiding behind the silver lining…

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Love at First Flight

Imagine this scene, pine trees as far as the eye can see. In fact Cayle Royce, a double amputee who had taken part in the 2014 Flying for Heroes expedition, is seeing the tips of the pines as far as his eyes can see in this sea of green with a seized engine. He takes a tight left turn having spotted the only viable landing option within reach…

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A Hangover and Atrocious Weather

Epic is most certainly the quintessential description when it comes to many of our trips and adventures. Flying the length of the UK from John O'Groats to Lands End in July 2016 in 7 days is one that definitely stands out.

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Battlefields from the Sky

The first half of last century was torn apart by two major World Wars and we still see the remnants of the effects etched into the landscape where the battles were fought. In remembrance of the men who laid down their lives on what is now somber ground, SkySchool has been running Paramotor Trips to the WW1 and WW2 Battlefields in northern Europe since 2010.

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Jamie Campbell's Training UK or Abroad

Today we have esteemed Jamie Campbell sharing with us his experiences in paramotor training and the million pound question. To train here in the UK or abroad? I trust you will find his insights and humour enlightening.

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