from Flying Paradise
We have very (very) good prices but only for our clients. If you been with us at least once, or plan to come over, you can order wings, harnesses reserves. We import SupAir. Just check with us.
How long to come for?
We see regularly how people on longer stays are more relaxed, 90% of our bookings are now for 9 or 10 day. Why? Everybody needs around 3 days to get back into flying and get a feel for the place, with a week you start to feel good just before leaving, with 10 days, you got a week in front of you!
Even in the best spot in the world you can have 2 non-flying days, on a longer stay it doesn't matter anymore. It gives you some time to go kayaking, visit the ancient theatre or the island close by, it's more like holidays! Pilots are more relaxed, not so much in a hurry to run to fly each time a minibus is going up. It of course, improves our income per customer, but it makes our job easier. It’s also on these last days that medium pilots see the result of their progress. But we understand perfectly that it’s also relative to your availability.
When is the best time to come?
It’s actually flyable all the year round but we choose to open only during the best 6 months of the year. July and August are really too hot and too strong and December to February are too stable. Note that: In late June and the first 2 weeks of September the flying conditions are fairly strong during 12 to 15 c'clock, but we have plenty of options depending on pilots levels! Days are longer in May and June and get shorter at the end of October. Sea temperature is not too warm in April for us (but very good for UK standards) but is warm from May and stays very warm until November.