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Simulator
 

In 1994, Eric Dufour came up with the simulator and it made a big difference in paramotor teaching.

Now the student can have an excellent idea of how it feels like to be seated in a harness,
with an engine running and feel the toggles and throttle.
 


Learning how to sit comfortable, how to use the control with the correct input, getting used to radio communication and visual signs, are all kind of exercises that are practiced, until students feel comfortable for a successful solo flight.
    
In our simulator, steering can be done and engine can be run at full power or at cruising power, to experience flying. Students can perform their routine in a safe and simple way that prepares for the real flights.