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  • BHPA Recreational Clubs - Paramotoring Clubs
    Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Flying Abroad Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Clubs Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Schools Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Safety Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Versioned Training Documents Who to call in an emergency BHPA BMFA Operating Code Flying Abroad Incident Reports Informal Incident Reports Formal Annual Incident Analysis Reports Safety Notices Safety Advisories Manufacturer Safety Notices DHV Safety Journal DHV Safety Notes HPAC Safety Notifications HGFA Defect Notices NZHGPA Safety Notices USHPA Safety Advisories home clubs bhpa recreational clubs paramotoring clubs BHPA Recreational Clubs Paramotoring Find a club Enter the first part of your postcode to find your nearest BHPA recreational club eg enter CF44 if your post code is CF44 1BS Please Select Hang Gliding Paragliding Parascending Paramotoring Powered Hang Gliding Post Code BHPA recreational clubs look after flying sites in their area and offer guidance and assistance to pilots at a local level Clubs also provide the supportive flying and social environment that is so important for newly qualified pilots when they leave the familiar school environment for the first time Most BHPA recreational clubs are also coaching clubs Coaching clubs are able to offer one to one or group coaching to assist pilots to develop their flying skills and progress safely through the BHPA Pilot Rating Scheme Recreational Clubs do not however provide training Training can only be undertaken at a BHPA Registered School If you re looking for someone to teach you to fly or would like a trial air experience flight please search for your nearest BHPA Registered School or view a full list of all BHPA Registered Schools You may also wish to visit our Learn to Fly page for a better understanding of what s involved To find your nearest BHPA recreational club please enter the first part of your post code in the search box on the left side of this page You can also view a map showing the approximate location of all BHPA recreational clubs Club Information Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Aerotow tug to glider speed matching Versioned Training Documents Visiting Overseas Pilots BHPA Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters UK Structure About the BHPA Registered Schools Club Disciplines Contact Address Details BHPA Paramotor Competitions Club

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  • BHPA Registered Schools - Parascending Schools
    Schools Power Powered Flight A powered hang glider consists of a light weight motor driving a propeller that is fitted to a specially designed hang glider harness in which the pilot is suspended under a hang gliding wing A paramotor or powered paraglider PPG consists of a small motor driving a propeller worn like a backpack under a paraglider wing It is also possible to use human power to take off from level ground and fly specially constructed ultra light weight aircraft Powered Hang Glider Powered Hang Gliding Powered Hang Gliding Schools Powered Hang Gliding Clubs Paramotor Paramotoring Paramotoring Schools Paramotoring Clubs Human Powered Wings Human Powered Flight Documents BHPA Documents and Forms Members Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Flying Abroad Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Clubs Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Schools Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Safety Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Versioned Training Documents Who to call in an emergency BHPA BMFA Operating Code Flying Abroad Incident Reports Informal Incident Reports Formal Annual Incident Analysis Reports Safety Notices Safety Advisories Manufacturer Safety Notices DHV Safety Journal DHV Safety Notes HPAC Safety Notifications HGFA Defect Notices NZHGPA Safety Notices USHPA Safety Advisories home schools bhpa registered schools parascending schools BHPA Registered Schools Parascending Find a School Enter the first part of your postcode to find your nearest BHPA registered school eg enter CF44 if your post code is CF44 1BS Please Select Hang Gliding Paragliding Parascending Paramotoring Powered Hang Gliding Post Code Or view schools location map BHPA Registered Schools will train you at a rate of progress that is suitable for you They are monitored for safety and the quality of the training they offer and the equipment they use and their instructors are licensed by the Association For a better understanding of the various disciplines available within our sport and the training options available at each school please visit our Learn to Fly page A UK wide network of BHPA recreational clubs look after flying sites in their area and offer guidance and assistance to qualified pilots at a local level Your can also contact your local recreational club for further information about BHPA registered school operating in your area To find your nearest BHPA registered school please enter the first

    Original URL path: http://www.bhpa.co.uk/schools/schools.php?region=uk&category=ps (2016-02-10)
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  • NOTAM
    hang glider harness in which the pilot is suspended under a hang gliding wing A paramotor or powered paraglider PPG consists of a small motor driving a propeller worn like a backpack under a paraglider wing It is also possible to use human power to take off from level ground and fly specially constructed ultra light weight aircraft Powered Hang Glider Powered Hang Gliding Powered Hang Gliding Schools Powered Hang Gliding Clubs Paramotor Paramotoring Paramotoring Schools Paramotoring Clubs Human Powered Wings Human Powered Flight Documents BHPA Documents and Forms Members Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Flying Abroad Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Clubs Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Schools Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Safety Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Versioned Training Documents Who to call in an emergency BHPA BMFA Operating Code Flying Abroad Incident Reports Informal Incident Reports Formal Annual Incident Analysis Reports Safety Notices Safety Advisories Manufacturer Safety Notices DHV Safety Journal DHV Safety Notes HPAC Safety Notifications HGFA Defect Notices NZHGPA Safety Notices USHPA Safety Advisories home documents safety canp notam Notices to Airmen NOTAM You have a legal and moral duty to ensure that your flight can be made safely Even if you only plan some ridge soaring at your local site you should be aware of any local airspace restrictions and take steps to avoid infringing them If you plan to fly cross country you should be familiar with Air Law and understand airspace types and restrictions as they apply to our kind of aircraft Airspace is regularly changed as civil airports grow military aerodromes are abandoned airways are raised or lowered and other changes occur The CAA replaces charts as required and this can be as often as within twelve months of the previous issue You should therefore check at least annually to make sure you are using the most up to date issue Even with an up to date chart the information is only valid on the day of issue In order to keep your chart fully up to date between new editions it is necessary to consult the Aeronautical Information Publication AIP and NOTAMs Notices to Airmen that the CAA issues and amend your chart as necessary You should also check the NOTAMs for any other

    Original URL path: http://www.bhpa.co.uk/documents/safety/canp/notam.php (2016-02-10)
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  • BHPA Member Documents
    Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Schools Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Safety Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Versioned Training Documents Who to call in an emergency BHPA BMFA Operating Code Flying Abroad Incident Reports Informal Incident Reports Formal Annual Incident Analysis Reports Safety Notices Safety Advisories Manufacturer Safety Notices DHV Safety Journal DHV Safety Notes HPAC Safety Notifications HGFA Defect Notices NZHGPA Safety Notices USHPA Safety Advisories home documents members bhpa member documents BHPA Member Documents The following table lists BHPA documents likely to be of interest to individual BHPA members BHPA forms aimed at individual members can be found on our member forms page BHPA fees that individual members may incur are available on our member fees page and a list of all available BHPA club bulletins is available on our club bulletins page If you can t find what you are looking for on any of the above pages you may wish to try club documents club forms and club fees or school documents school forms and school fees Alternatively you may prefer to view a list of all BHPA documents BHPA forms or BHPA fees You can also download a list of printed BHPA versioned training documents available from the BHPA office to schools clubs and registered licensed members If you still can t find what you are looking for please contact the BHPA office Member Documents 2016 AGM pack pdf BHPA AGM 2016 on line pack includes Notice of Meeting Proxy Voting Form Candidates for Election and details of the Special Resolution to be considered by the meeting 116k 04 January 2016 BHPA Rules pdf BHPA Rules for Individual Flying Members 10k 05 July 2010 Evidence of Insurance pdf Evidence of third party aviation insurance 245k 25 January 2016 Insurance update pdf Insurance policy changes for 2011 90k 16 January 2012 BHPA Child Protection Policy pdf BHPA Child Protection Policy 53k 29 June 2009 FAI anti doping rules pdf FAI Anti Doping Rules Procedures 507k 19 December 2014 BHPA M and A pdf BHPA Memorandum and Articles of Association 4582k 21 June 2012 BHPA volunteer expenses policy pdf BHPA Volunteer Expenses Policy 49k 08 May 2014 who to call in an emergency pdf Who to call in an emergency in the UK fact sheet 229k 17 December 2014 Mid Air Collision Avoidance pdf RAF pamphlet about the mid air collision potential in the skies near RAF Fairford 1179k 19 February 2015 Site Sovereignty Code of Practice pdf To avoid inter club and inter sport disputes and help protect existing sites this Code of Practice applies to

    Original URL path: http://www.bhpa.co.uk/documents/members/ (2016-02-10)
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  • BHPA Club Documents
    weight aircraft Powered Hang Glider Powered Hang Gliding Powered Hang Gliding Schools Powered Hang Gliding Clubs Paramotor Paramotoring Paramotoring Schools Paramotoring Clubs Human Powered Wings Human Powered Flight Documents BHPA Documents and Forms Members Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Flying Abroad Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Clubs Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Schools Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Safety Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Versioned Training Documents Who to call in an emergency BHPA BMFA Operating Code Flying Abroad Incident Reports Informal Incident Reports Formal Annual Incident Analysis Reports Safety Notices Safety Advisories Manufacturer Safety Notices DHV Safety Journal DHV Safety Notes HPAC Safety Notifications HGFA Defect Notices NZHGPA Safety Notices USHPA Safety Advisories home documents clubs bhpa club documents BHPA Club Documents The following table lists BHPA documents likely to be of interest to recreational clubs BHPA forms aimed at recreational clubs can be found on our club forms page BHPA fees that recreational clubs may incur are available on our club fees page and a list of all available BHPA club bulletins is available on our club bulletins page If you can t find what you are looking for on any of the above pages you may wish to try member documents member forms and member fees or school documents school forms and school fees Alternatively you may prefer to view a list of all BHPA documents BHPA forms or BHPA fees You can also download a list of printed BHPA versioned training documents available from the BHPA office to schools clubs and registered licensed members If you still can t find what you are looking for please contact the BHPA office Club Documents coach course setup pdf How to set up a two day BHPA Club Coach course 14k 13 January 2010 bfr guide pdf Thames Valley HG Club guide to running a Big Fat Repack and Safety Day 446k 13 January 2010 info for visiting pilots pdf Guidance for visiting overseas pilots 294k 22 October 2015 dealing with press in emergency pdf Dealing with the media following a serious incident 65k 12 March 2015 2016 AGM pack pdf BHPA AGM 2016 on line pack includes Notice of Meeting Proxy Voting Form Candidates for Election and details of the Special Resolution to

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  • British Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association
    and more Invaluable for post CP pilots Events Competitions RSS e News Submit Incident Report The BHPA is a member of The The Royal Aero Club of the United Kingdom The BHPA is a member of The European Hang Gliding Paragliding Union Welcome to the British Hang Gliding Paragliding Association BHPA website From its head office in Leicester the BHPA supports a country wide network of recreational clubs and registered schools and provides the infrastructure within which hang gliding and paragliding in the United Kingdom UK thrive The BHPA oversees pilot and instructor training standards and provides technical support such as airworthiness standards and coaching courses for qualified hang gliding and paragliding pilots Initial hang gliding or paragliding training must be undertaken at a BHPA registered school Most schools offer training in a wide range of flying disciplines so it s important to understand the differences between the disciplines before choosing a school The Learn to Fly section of this web site explains the relative merits of each discipline the types of flying involved and provides an insight into the training methods used As you near the end of your initial training with one of our registered schools it s important to start looking for suitable recreational club to join The BHPA supports a network of UK hang gliding and paragliding recreational clubs who are able to offer the supportive flying and social environment vital to the safe development of your flying skills as you leave the school enviroment to join other recreational flyers on the hill The BHPA has a disability initiative called Flyability This reports directly to the BHPA s Executive Council on disability related matters within the sport Flyability doesn t simply take people with disabilities flying it strives to motivate people with disabilities to become involved in the sport of hang gliding and paragliding and to train as pilots Much of Flyability s work in the sport focuses around changing peoples perception of disability and their attitudes toward people with disabilities Disability awareness education and advice play key roles in Flyability s aims and objectives as does the development of specialist equipment training and flying techniques The BHPA also publishes Skywings a glossy full colour monthly magazine To wet your appetite a small selection of past issues is available for download on our Skywings page Skywings is the only magazine dedicated to free flying in the United Kingdom and is distributed by mail to around 6 500 BHPA members as part of their membership package Skywings magazine is also read by countless more hang gliding and paragliding pilots and organisations around the world who have purchased an International Skywings magazine subscription from our on line shop Back issues of Skywings magazine can also be purchased from our on line shop The BHPA provides automatic 5 million 3rd party insurance for its members But if you require personal or travel insurance this should be obtained from an independent insurance broker We hope that when you ve found

    Original URL path: http://www.bhpa.co.uk/index.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Subscribe to a Mailing List
    Paragliders are unpowered wings that can be launched from hills or winches A paramotor or powered paraglider PPG consists of a small motor driving a propeller worn like a backpack under a paraglider wing Unpowered Paragliding Paragliding Schools Paragliding Clubs Powered Paramotoring Paramotoring Schools Paramotoring Clubs Parascending Parascending Parascending pilots fly canopies that are towed into the air by a Land Rover or winch before gliding back down to land Parascending Parascending Schools Power Powered Flight A powered hang glider consists of a light weight motor driving a propeller that is fitted to a specially designed hang glider harness in which the pilot is suspended under a hang gliding wing A paramotor or powered paraglider PPG consists of a small motor driving a propeller worn like a backpack under a paraglider wing It is also possible to use human power to take off from level ground and fly specially constructed ultra light weight aircraft Powered Hang Glider Powered Hang Gliding Powered Hang Gliding Schools Powered Hang Gliding Clubs Paramotor Paramotoring Paramotoring Schools Paramotoring Clubs Human Powered Wings Human Powered Flight Documents BHPA Documents and Forms Members Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Licensed Parachute Packers Flying Abroad Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Clubs Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Licensed Parachute Packers Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Schools Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Licensed Parachute Packers Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Safety Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to

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  • Links
    specially constructed ultra light weight aircraft Powered Hang Glider Powered Hang Gliding Powered Hang Gliding Schools Powered Hang Gliding Clubs Paramotor Paramotoring Paramotoring Schools Paramotoring Clubs Human Powered Wings Human Powered Flight Documents BHPA Documents and Forms Members Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Flying Abroad Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Clubs Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Schools Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Safety Notices Safety Advisories Documents Forms Fees Club Bulletins Instructor amp Coach Newsletters BHPA Executive Council BHPA AGM Minutes BHPA Exec Minutes Safety Online Incident Report Form Alerting the military CANP Notices to Airmen NOTAM Emergency Parachute Advice Licensed Parachute Packers EN paraglider classes Versioned Training Documents Who to call in an emergency BHPA BMFA Operating Code Flying Abroad Incident Reports Informal Incident Reports Formal Annual Incident Analysis Reports Safety Notices Safety Advisories Manufacturer Safety Notices DHV Safety Journal DHV Safety Notes HPAC Safety Notifications HGFA Defect Notices NZHGPA Safety Notices USHPA Safety Advisories home links directory links BHPA Links Directory Welcome to the BHPA links Directory If you d like to see your website included in this directory please click on Add a Site and then select the most appropriate category Inclusion in this directory is not automatic and your website will be reviewed before a decision is taken about it s inclusion The BHPA can not however be held responsible for the content of external web sites listed in this director and the inclusion of a web site in this directory does not indicate that the BHPA endorses that website or the company responsible for that website or any of services or products offered by that web site If you are looking for a full list of BHPA registered schools please visit our Schools page For full details of all BHPA recreational clubs in the UK please visit our Clubs Page Getting Started Learn to Fly Elementary Pilot Training Guide pdf Registered Schools Recreational Clubs BHPA Links This Category All Categories or and phrase Browse What s New What s Cool What s Popular Add A Site About Top Insurance Hazardous Activities Insurance http www low quote net travel insurance asp page 7 Edit Site Reviews 0 Committed to helping you find competitive hang gliding or paragliding insurance cover Added 11 07 06 Last Update 30 11 99 Category Insurance Hits In 14 Hits Out 2808 Etravelinsure com Travel Insurance http www etravelinsure com Edit Site Reviews 0 Holiday insurance including medical cover for skydiving hang gliding and paragliding

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