Spread Your Wings and Fly

Big IslandUp in the Air

If fl oating above the surface in a two-person fl ying machine sparks your imagination, take to the sky in a POWERED HANG GLIDER.

During your fl ight, you’ll learn the basics of weight-shift control, aerodynamics and safety, as well as a bit about weather and its eff ects on aviation.

Once you’ve reached a relaxed fl ying altitude, an interesting phenomenon sometimes takes hold. There’s a tendency to forget that a pilot is navigating your course, that an engine is powering the way and that you’re strapped into a two-seater fl ying machine, attached only to a wing. All that fades into a new feeling, one that resembles WINGLESS FLIGHT. Anyone who’s seen Hawai‘i Island from above knows its magic. But if you want to get caught in its spell, take a lesson in a powered hang glider. Check out ADVANCED RECREATION HAWAI‘I to learn more.

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