2015 Airparamo Calendar
Amazing PPG images in a full-color, monthly calendar. More details...
Video: Introduction to Paramotors
Have you often dreamed of taking to the air like a bird? Now you can with a paramotor (also called powered paraglider or PPG). Airparamo is dedicated to helping you achieve your dreams of personal, portable, and affordable flight, offering exceptional paramotor products, training, and service.
Airparamo, recognized as one of the leading PPG schools in the world, is located south of Phoenix, Arizona, near the town of Maricopa, we have an incredible facitilty where we offer full-time, year-round service to suit your needs. Mo Sheldon, founder and chief instructor of Airparamo, is an internationally renowned instructor and award winning pilot. Try out this amazing form of personal flight with an unforgetable Discovery Flight and start your journey to the skies.
I've been flying GA aircraft for 14 years and have always wanted to truly fly like a bird. PPG is it! Mo is a very knowledgeable and skilled PPG pilot and instructor. You can see that in his flying and communication skills. I decided to get into PPG after a friend of mine got me interested. I signed up for an introductory Discovery Flight with Mo and that is all it took. Mo ordered my wing and got me going on ground handling/kiting skills right away. He got me in the air using his electric "Mo-Tow" machine to get a feel for the wing (what a great training tool). He explained the motor unit, how to assemble, how to maintain, what not to do and all the other necessary information. We did a hang test to make sure everything was right with the harness and motor before my solo flight. On my 4th training day, I soloed! I stayed in the air for 30 minutes or more just taking it all in. I must say, there is much more to this sport in terms of knowledge and skill than I first thought. Mo is a great instructor who's dedicated to the utmost in professionalism and fun.
PPG requires significant training. We will not sell essential PPG flight equipment (i.e. wings or motor units) to anyone until we have verified that they have arranged for training with a recognized instructor. More...