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First of all this is the first time I've posted here so Hello to everyone.

This might seem a strange question but I've been wanting to take up paramotoring for years but have never had the money to do anything about it until now. Problem is I'm off to America to work for a couple of months and was tinkering with the idea of learning out there, taking advantage of their better weather. Is it worth me doing this or will the American qualification mean nothing when I return to the UK??


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In this country you need no qualification, and I believe the same is true of the USA. If you learn out there, it will mean you are able to fly in the UK once you have your kit.

Getting a good grasp of UK air law however would be useful, as there are subtle ways in which it is at variance with the States.

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