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The competition season is in full swing in Europe. Frontiers boss Adam Hill and team pilots Jamie & Isabella Messenger are currently in Sopot, Bulgaria competing in the 2013 World Paragliding Championships.
Both Bella & Jamie have been on the podium recently in events on the European summer competition circuit, so it looks like it will be a great contest.
With winds predicted to ease in the coming days, we are sure to see some great flying and proud moments from the Frontiers line-up. Will the boss be outsmarted by his staff pilots? You can follow the action with live tracking on the air at www.para-sopot2013.com Good luck to everyone.
We've adjusted our beginner course dates for the 2013-2014 winter season. The following dates are confirmed:
We have a maximum of 8 students per course, and equipment and transport is provided for in the cost. As places are limited, please get your name down early if you wish to guarantee your space on the course. The license we issue is authorised by the Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI). The IPPI card (International Pilot Proficiency Identification) is recognised in every country that has an airsport association.
Our beginner courses offer a safe and professional path into the world of paragliding. We have taught hundreds of pilots to fly over the years with first class instructors from the UK and Europe and we are proud to boast an exemplary safety record. Sign up for a beginner course and discover the awesome potential of free flight in one of the most spectacular countries to learn.
Congratulations to Jamie & Isabella Messenger & Ajay Kumar for an outstanding performance in the annual paragliding comp here in Pokhara. Once again, the Frontiers team pilots take the podium- 1st 2nd 3rd in the 14th Nepal Open Cup 2013.
Thanks to the organisers for organising a great competition, and thanks also to the weather God - yet again another awesome period of weather for the event.
After yesterday’s Fire thermal protest 10 pilots were given zero points for the task. The naming and shaming was at the task briefing and included Wagga and I. The decision was based on our track logs regarding proximity to the fire co-ordinates. Although I had not flown over the flames or in the smoke, I was using the light lift in the area. At the end of the day, before the final results were published, we were allowed to protest the decision and based on our weak climb rates (I averaged 1.5m/s), Video footage, pilot photos and the unclear nature of the hastily imposed rule, half of us had our points re-instated.