Paragliding safety

Jeopardy At Flights

First thing is that the pilot is not flying on a firm configuration as in case of other flying devices, because it has varying features. Unanticipated situations may occur very exceptionally but pilot gets frightened because of his own fear. As he believes feeble in extreme conditions.

Heading For Stall

The risk of heading towards stall because of no noises, height reached is more than expected, the increase in struggle and other natural conditions such as trees, weather, short track etc.

Parachute Effect

When the torrent has left, the tools get first in a parachuting condition that is the cupola is fully packed with air however it is too soft. It is rivulet only from the inside, sometimes the wing starts gliding backwards. Then the velocity of fall down is from 3 to 6 m/sec. loosing the brakes will remove the parachute effect. If that is done very rapidly, the cupola will start going frontward.

Revolving Of Wings

It should stop when the breaks are liberated and if not then stall has to be done, if you are not at much height then instead of stall rescue system has to be initiated at once. All military exercises or drills in stall process are volatile and very hazardous.


When glider doesn't have height at closing and it becomes not possible to control it then it must be taken to open place. The closing depends on the structure and the landing conditions.

Intense Altitude

Due to weather conditions such as rising currents the pilot is not able to get away straightly without going into the clouds. By using the exercises for lowering in urgent situation, he can reduce the height even in tough currents. The other way of resolving the trouble is stall in the B-lines. The brakes should be kept in hands, and then the pilot holds the B-risers at the height of the locks and pulls them. The first 10-15 centimeters are in opposition to the strong action. Then the stream leaves and the cupola twist a little backwards. With the next10-15 centimeters the pace of fall down raises and the canopy moves in the track of the pelengacy. The pilot should depart from the current at about 250m above the land while leaving of the B-lines.

By Means Of Life system

To operate the life system the pilot should leave the inner containers. At once when the connecting line is extended fully, it drags out the splint from the container and releases the parachute's canopy. The procedure is an adjunct by a hit. As soon as the safety parachute is opened, the pilot should capture the glider under control, in order to stop the wavering and the crumple. The inner risers are completely pulled and the wing gets into a freeze position. If this fails, then the pilot will stand in an upright position, to be prepared for a crisis landing. The momentum of crumple is from 3 to 7 m/sec.

Emergency Landing

It has to be done when the condition changes. He may have to land in water or on a tree or due to strong wind. In case he lands on a tree then he must hold the strong branch so that he will not fall down and also has to take care that wings etc does not fall on him. He should have a life jacket incase he lands up in water. He should release himself from paragliding so that it does not fall on him when he lands.