SkySchool – Paramotor D-Day trip 17th to 24th July 2011

SkySchool MD Alex Ledger is an avid Military Historian and ever since he learned to Paramotor he has always wanted to fly over the D-Day beaches in Normandy, France… July 2010. The trip was a huge success which is why SkySchool plans to return in 2011 between the 17th and 24th July. The Trip is designed for Paramotor pilots who have either sat a SkySchool course or have a minimum of 10 hours.

Pointe du Hoc


Guiding: £50 booking fee and then €30 a day. Includes guidance, instruction and a radio. Excludes kit, fuel, oil, accommodation, flights, food etc. The pilot will need to supply their own equipment.

Guiding and Kit: £50 booking fee and then €60 a day. Includes a Paramotor, wing, reserve, helmet, headset, transport around the sites, a radio and guidance/instruction. Excludes kit, fuel, oil, accommodation, transport to France, food etc.

Other costs which are not included are transport to France, accommodation, food and insurance. All fuel and oil costs are the responsibility of each pilot however SkySchool will supply fuel cans. Pilots driving over with their own equipment should take the ferry to either Caen or Ouistreham. Some pilots may wish to share vehicles to lower costs and SkySchool will link other pilots together.


Click here to Visit this SkySchool D-Day page for more information and booking.