Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Is flying on a Tandem Paraglider dangerous?
Answer: Paragliding can be dangerous. We understand the dangers involved and do our best to minimize the risk. You will be flying with one of our U.S.H.P.A. certified instructors. We only work with the most professional and experienced Tandem instructors.
Question: Why do you only fly in the mornings?
Answer: We only fly Tandem in the mornings because that is when weather conditions are most calm and predictable. We want everyone to have a safe and pleasant experience.
Question: Is flying on a tandem paraglider scary? What if I don’t like heights?
Answer: When you fly tandem with our instructors, You’ll be strapped into a chair like harness. You’re locked in and can’t fall out. There is no sensation of falling. Everyone enjoys the feeling of gliding through the sky. Many people decide to fly after they see the giant smiles on their friends faces.
Question: Can I view the sunrise from the summit of Haleakala and still get to the check in location on time?
Answer: Yes, we meet two hours after the sunrise. It will take approximately 50 minutes to drive to our check in location from the Summit. Note: It’s really cold at the summit.
Question: How long has Proflyght Paragliding been in operation?
Answer: Dexter Binder has owned and operated Proflyght Paragliding since 2002.
We have flown tandem with over 12,000 people.
If you have more questions, call us at: 808-874-5433 or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org