Gap Tallard is arguably the finest place for flying in any discipline whether it's in a microlight, glider, paramotor, helicopter or for the thrill of skydiving. We are in the south east corner of France and protected by the mountains. There are many places to land in our local vicinity including airfields on the south coast, alti-surfaces , altiports and challenging places to hone your flying skills. Gap Tallard LFNA is very welcoming to all pilots and has staff that speak English, Italian and French of course so you will be made to feel part of the unique atmosphere that we wish to share with you.
Our general flying area spans as far north as Mont Blanc, as far west as the Ardeche and all the way down to the south coast .
If your looking for adventure flying then we have run courses to take pilots round the Pyrenees including all of the mountain strips on both the Spanish side and the French side of this mountain range.
You maybe a qualified pilot already and wish to enhance your flying skills or to undertake a flying adventure of a lifetime. Once you have flown at Tallard with Pegasus France you will be sure to want to come back and taste the magic of what we have to offer.
We have no controlled airspace in our immediate vicinity allowing the spirit of adventure to come to the forefront. The Hautes Alpes can be explored by microlight with very little impediment and the scenery is simply sublime. Withing one hour of flying you can see all of the high mountain passes, the Devoluoy, the Champsaur, the famous lac de Serre Poncon, the valley d'Ubaye, the lavender fields of Haute Provence and so much more.
You never know when you might have to conduct a pre-cautionary landing and its a major safety requirement to have if your planning on expanding your touring horizons. We can show you how and the things that you will need to consider.
Todays microlight fleet offer the possibility to do incredible distances in just one day. Some years ago we managed to fly from Perth in Scotland to Gap Tallard in just one day in Pegasus Quiks.....a distance of over 1000 miles . Many new pilots feel a certain level of discomfort when their usual flying radius extends beyond a certain distance. The ethos of Pegasus France is to help pilots expand their horizons and to enable adventure flying to become more attainable and less intimidating. This might include crossing an international flight boundary or simply getting to the point where they can fly comfortably on their own.
Our flying environment allows progression for any pilot at any level of competence. Whether its mastering the landing right through to navigating in the mountains and landing at the AFPM (Association de pilotes de montagne) mountain strips. We aim to grow your confidence and to take you outside your comfort zone at times to present new skill sets to learn in a fun environment.
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