The British Microlight Aircraft Association and the organisers of the 15th FAI World Microlight Championship and 9th FAI World Paramotor Championship welcome you to the official competition website.
These pages will contain all the information required for competing pilots and teams, for volunteers and marshals, for visiting spectators, and for prospective and current sponsors. Please note that these pages will be updated regularly so keep checking in. You can also follow developments on ourfacebook pageand ontwitter.
Our objective is to provide a fantastic event that sets new standards for Microlight and Paramotor competitions. Our guiding principles are:
Plenty of tasks that are challenging but not unnecessarily complex
Fast and efficient scoring
Good social atmosphere and high levels of spectator engagement
Efficient communication between microlight and paramotor groups
Reliable facilities and infrastructure
We have an excellent location for this competition, in central England with plenty of open space and beautiful countryside for flying in.
I was in there, managed to fly Sunday morning, bumpy but very good.
Paramotor must be entered and customs cleared as temp entry. So you need to be at present, otherwise, it will sit in customs and build extra fees. If you driving or can take it in to the plane I think you will have no problem.
You need to have all the proof of purchases, training and anything related to make them believe you have no other purpose other than flying yourself.
Sorry for the late reply, I don't come here very often.
I will DM my details.
All the Best
Fly Products Rider
FLY PRODUCTS RIDER with TOP 80 engine.
Extremely light weight but strong aluminum and carbon frame, probably suitable for the smaller pilot.
Medium harness. Well cared for and maintained rig. 80 hours use.
Still fly it at 76 years old but I am moving to a sub 70 Peabee.
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