We are committed to our student and hope to have a long term relationship with all of our students. Any student who completes a novice course and purchases his own equipment is welcome to fly with the school. This way, although technically you are on your own, you’ll still have the resources of the school and your instructors to help you as you work on later ratings.

Do I have to buy a Glider?

If you really want to fly regularly then the short answer is yes. Typically a student starts on our training equipment but, one should get his gear early in the course to take the best advantage of your time under instruction. This way, we will be teaching you to fly the equipment you will be using in the long run. The training charges are also less if you have your own equipment. We will guide you in getting the right equipment and also pass on any discounts to you. Used gear is also available for those on a budget.

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 At Virar


Paragliding season is from September to May, the last three months are ideal for soaring flights in Vasai-Virar area. These months are also good for training. At Space Apple you get an advantage of winching flights before graduating to hill flying in the P1 course. The coastal location provides laminar sea breeze every day.

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About Space Apple

Virar Space Apple is based in Virar closest and the best place near Mumbai for Paragliding Training & Paramotor Joyride..
Samson Dsilva Samson Dsilva - CFI at Space Apple. Air & Adventure enthusiast and with over 15 years of experience in Paragliding.
Multi-Sport 5 Training Hills, Winching from a flat ground, Paragliding, Paramotoring, Trike flying, Power kiting, Parasailing and Aeromodelling.

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Regulations & Licensing in India

Paragliding, Hang gliding and Paramotoring are not regulated by DGCA or Aero Club of India, so no license is required to fly anywhere in India. However all pilots are expected to maintain a logbook to show their experience level. In absence of national policies, many states in India have come up with safety guidelines to reduce risk factors and control accidents.

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