Paragliding Lessons outside of Belfast
Paragliding Lessons outside of Belfast

Paragliding Lessons outside of Belfast

Have you ever wanted to soar through the air like Superman but never had the chance? Aerosports in Lower Ballyboley have tons of different sky activities from taking a hang glider for a spin to seeing the views from above in a paraglider or tandem paragliding and paramotoring. Experienced or not, before you take flight the instructors will give you a full safety run through and make sure you know what you are doing. You won’t be forgetting your time in the sky anytime soon!

Where can I go paragliding in Belfast?

Head down to Aerosports in Lower Ballymore, just a 20-minute drive from Belfast city centre!

Aerosports is one of the longest continuously operating Paragliding Schools in Northern Ireland, in association with the Ulster Hang Gliding and Paragliding Club UHPC. If you are looking to make gliding a regular activity in your life, Aerosports offers lots of different lessons and courses to make you an expert.

  • Available on weekends and Friday afternoons
  • Minimum weight of 32KG and maximum of 115KG
  • Prices from £90 per person
  • Activity duration between 30 and 45 minutes
  • Located just 1 mile outside of Antrim

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