Thoroughly check the equipment before taking off, understand the terrain, weather of the flight and know your strengths are the prerequisites for a safe flight.
Paragliding is a sport that has many adventurous elements. Whether or not the paragliding is safe depends mainly on the weather and the pilot himself. Therefore, while training and playing, it requires the player to focus, seriously, master the technical and psychological stability to cope with the unexpected in the sky.
Carefully check the equipment before taking off
Before flying, you should have the same trainer or specialist who inspects all related equipment to make sure that the equipment will support it well during the flight. Only a loose helmet strap, a worn parachute cord … can cause you to have unfortunate accidents.
Pay special attention to the weather factor
Wind speed and weather play a very important role, directly affecting the quality and safety of the flight. Most of the designed vaults have a top speed of 40 km / h, so if the wind speed reaches about 30 km / h, you should expect a better weather. In hilly terrain, the wind speed also affects safety a lot more times and you face more uncertainties and risks.
Understand the point of flight
On the ground, you can ask for directions, exploration, and route options, but once in the sky you are alone to judge. So, if you’re flying at a point you’ve never flew through, research the internet to find all the information and firmly grasp the point. At the same time, it is important to talk to the people who know the terrain here, who have had previous experience to understand the potential hazards and what to keep an eye on. What you should do is tell them your flight qualification and experience for valuable information and advice.
Clear, decisive in every decision
If there is anything about safety, the answer is always “no”. “Maybe,” “maybe,” and similar terms are not included in the concept for paragliding pilots.