Paragliding is a thrilling and exhilarating sport that allows individuals to soar through the skies, taking in breathtaking views and experiencing the sensation of flight. However, like any adventure sport, paragliding comes with its own risks that need to be managed carefully.

One crucial aspect of paragliding safety is the inspection and maintenance of the reserve parachute. The reserve parachute is a vital piece of equipment that can save a pilot's life in the event of a main canopy failure or other emergency situation. It is, therefore, essential that the reserve parachute is in good working condition and ready to deploy if needed.

Regular inspections of the reserve parachute are necessary to ensure that it is functioning correctly. Our technician carefully inspect the reserve parachute for any signs of wear and tear, such as frayed lines, tears in the fabric, or broken stitching. Any issues should be addressed immediately, and the reserve parachute should be repaired or replaced as needed.

In addition to visual inspections, reserve parachutes should be repacked by professional at least once a year, or more frequently. Reserve parachute is re-packed according to manufacturer's guidelines to ensure that it will deploy correctly in an emergency.

In conclusion, reserve parachute inspection is a critical aspect of paragliding safety that should not be overlooked. By taking the time to inspect, maintain, and practice with their reserve parachutes, pilots can ensure that they are prepared for any emergency situations that may arise while paragliding. Stay safe, and happy flying!


Cost of reserve inspection is $60