Feb 13/18 – Trevor got new gear

Kangook MF paramotor from RS ULTRA – Classic multi fit frame, double hoop 146 cm cage, Moster 185 classic engine from Vittorazi, 125 cm wooden propeller, under arm J bar attachment, Sup air paramotor harness, right hand throttle with cruise control, manual pull start, 16.5 l gas tank

Nov 4/17 – Tower at CYSN

I was planning to take up the Cherokee on Sunday afternoon but the visibility was down to 5 sm. So instead we got tour of the tower at the St. catharines airport. It was absolutely fascinating to learn about what they do and how they keep us pilots safe. St. Catherines airport is on the mandatory frequency 123.25. This means that anybody entering the zone must report their intentions. This makes flying much safer than just flying around and broadcasting position and intentions such as in Welland. I have been asked several times to extend downwind as not to interfere with aircraft on long final or cut cross wind leg. It was quite nice to put voices to the faces. Thank you guys.

Dec 4/17 – Feedback from Ben M

From: Ben M
Subject: Re: Feedback on PPG course pls
Date: December 4, 2017 at 08:20:42 EST
To: Andre Zeman

Hi Andre, I’ve been trying to come up with something to say for the past week. Everything with the course was great. I really valued your experience and dedication to safety. You make a good teacher, very patient and calm with great instruction and encouragement. There’s not much else to say, I hope you continue teaching for a long time for the benefit of the sport. Thank you for enabling one of my longtime goals.

Ben M

On Mon, Nov 27, 2017 at 10:46 AM, Andre Zeman wrote:
Hi Ben,

Congratulations on finishing the course and purchasing PPG gear.

I was hoping you could proviode feed back and let me know if I could improve the course to make it better for future students.

If you have any ideas please let me know.

Take care


Dec 2/17 – Nice feedback from recent graduate Kevin

Hi Kevin,

Congratulations on finishing the PPG course.

I was hoping you could provide feedback and let me know if I could improve the course to make it better for future students.

If you have any ideas please let me know.

Take care


Hi Andre,

I’ve given this some thought and I can honestly say I can’t think of anything that you could improve. Everything was great. The whole experience was extremely positive. I’ve had a few personal things that I’ve been dealing with since I left the Niagara region which is keeping me really busy, but I can’t stop thinking about paramotoring. I’ve seen the pictures and videos on your site and probably watched my launch a hundred times. I can’t wait to fly again.

Take care


Nov 17/17 – Ben flying his new gear

Ben has purchased Kangook Paramotor and Cima PWR Paraglider.

We got together this am to fly this new unit. All went well it was just super cold. Only zero celsius….brrr



Nov 15/17 – Took up the Piper Cherokee for flight

Its been couple of months since I flew the Cherokee – need to stay current on it.

4 circuits alone 3 with my wife

VIDEO – wind sock

Nov 15/17 – Kevin is done – 30 flights!

Kevin finished his course this am. Congrats. Wind picked up shortly after so Pater could not fly but he did do 2 hrs of kiting and locked it in.

VIDEO – Ben flight 30

VIDE) – Kevin take off

VIDEO – Ben take off


Nov 14/17 – Ben has finished!

Ben has completed 30 flight. Kevin has 29 and Peter managed first solo and a second flight.

Videos and more pics will follow later.