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Καλωςήρθατε στο sky.gr. Από το 2000 προσφέρουμε το πιο πλήρες περιεχόμενο για αλεξίπτωτο πλαγιάς, παραπέντε, paragliding στην Ελλάδα.

  • Re: Flow Paragliders Spectra (CCC) :: Serial and Open Class wings -- Paragraphix< 21 Jan 2019 | 5:16 pm

    Re: Flow Paragliders Spectra (CCC) :: Serial and Open Class wings -- Paragraphix Author: ParagraphixLocation: BerlinSubject: Re: Flow Paragliders Spectra (CCC)Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 7:16 pm (GMT 3)Topic Replies: 25 Thank you Nuno, and + for that._________________Soft, happy landing [ goto post ]

  • Re: Challenging questions in training exams! :: Learning to Fly -- SonOfRojBlake< 21 Jan 2019 | 5:03 pm

    Re: Challenging questions in training exams! :: Learning to Fly -- SonOfRojBlake Author: SonOfRojBlakeLocation: Preston, UKSubject: Re: Challenging questions in training exams!Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 7:03 pm (GMT 3)Topic Replies: 28 That's as firm and authoritative a statement as you're going to get. Thanks! Am I interpreting this correctly? Yer man up there who is talking about sailplanes is advocating just being *slightly* more decisive, leaving the thermal one turn earlier three times an hour etc., and flying at Macready speed in between, and this effectively giving as big an improvement[…]

  • Choosing a glider_777 Knight_Sky Apollo... :: Wing comparisons - Wing selection -- Fluyer2*< 21 Jan 2019 | 4:37 pm

    Author: Fluyer2 :: *Topic StarterLocation: SloveniaSubject: Choosing a glider_777 Knight_Sky Apollo...Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:37 pm (GMT 3)Topic Replies: 0 Hello! I am having a hard time choosing a glider and I am asking for your help. My TOW is 100kg. I am looking for a glider with whom I would be a able/not be scared of to fly in almost any part of the day and would be able to follow high Bs(Gin Explorer, 777 Rook2...), who my[…]

  • Re: Flow Paragliders Spectra (CCC) :: Serial and Open Class wings -- airfreak< 21 Jan 2019 | 4:28 pm

    Re: Flow Paragliders Spectra (CCC) :: Serial and Open Class wings -- airfreak Author: airfreakLocation: Coimbra, PortugalSubject: Re: Flow Paragliders Spectra (CCC)Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:28 pm (GMT 3)Topic Replies: 25 Paragraphix wrote: CyberKexx wrote: Spectra has 88 cells and 176 leading edge ribs, AR 7.65, certified in 5 sizes Regarding the 5 sizes, it would be very interesting to know if an XS or XL size is added, as there are just 4 sizes for XCRacer. The extension of weight range is great anyway. Anyone out there who knows and is[…]

  • Re: Advance 2 liner rumors :: Serial and Open Class wings -- matricks< 21 Jan 2019 | 4:07 pm

    Re: Advance 2 liner rumors :: Serial and Open Class wings -- matricks Author: matricksLocation: Uppsala, SwedenSubject: Re: Advance 2 liner rumorsPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:07 pm (GMT 3)Topic Replies: 44 Funkibug wrote: Advance x-alps 3 Cell count of that seems to be 63. (OXA1 is 63, OXA2 is 69 and Sigma 10 is 66). For some reason it looks to be lower aspect then OXA2, hard to tell. Maybe they are going for a bit lower AR, then they can reduce the cell-count to reduce weight, regain some performance by making[…]

  • Re: Skywalk Cult 4 :: Harnesses -- krokonoster< 21 Jan 2019 | 3:57 pm

    Author: krokonosterLocation: South AfricaSubject: Re: Skywalk Cult 4Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 5:57 pm (GMT 3)Topic Replies: 20 Maybe this little vid from weekend show how high is the back (again, ONLY an issue when you are standing / on ground) https://www.facebook.com/100008881382727/videos/1982232678749426/ [ goto post ]

  • Re: [Poll] Pilot Family Status :: General Discussion -- AndrewCraig< 21 Jan 2019 | 3:49 pm

    Re: [Poll] Pilot Family Status :: General Discussion -- AndrewCraig Author: AndrewCraigLocation: Wiltshire, EnglandSubject: Re: [Poll] Pilot Family StatusPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 5:49 pm (GMT 3)Topic Replies: 87 adamjedgar wrote: Personally, i really do enjoy it when someone is able to laugh when someone is taking the piss (take Irish jokes for example, our Australian Aborigines could learn a lot from the Irish) I suspect that they already learned an important lesson in the 19th century: watch out when the British take over your country, because it means a[…]