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AEREAS (AERIALS) por Sylvestre Campe

Aereas (Aerials) es una serie de películas producidas por el piloto del equipo Ozone Sylvestre Campe para el canal de televisión brasileño Canal Off. Sylvestre, junto a  Kester Haynes, otro piloto del equipo Ozone están viajando en busca de los lugares más extraordinarios y comprometidos para volar en paramotor. Cada episodio es una historia real con sus altibajos, pues se van haciendo sobre la marcha. Las películas muestran puras aventuras de paramotor y vuelos increíbles que inspiran a volar más, viajar más y explorar más. Espero que las disfrutéis. Cada episodio dura 20 minutos y está en inglés y en portugués. are traveling in search of the most extraordinary and challenging places to fly a paramotor. Each episode is a real story with its up and downs as nothing has been staged. The films show pure paramotor adventures and incredible flights, which simply inspire to fly more, travel more, and explore more. I hope you enjoy it. Each episode is 20 min long in English and Portuguese.

En el primer episodio, Sylvestre y Kester viajan juntos a Filipinas para volar sobre el Pinatubo, el volcán que se hizo famoso por la erupción que tuvo en 1991 y que fue la segunda erupción terrestre más grande del siglo 20. Sylvestre debe improvisar un aterrizaje ¡por una parada de motor!travel together to the Philippines to fly over Mount Pinatubo, Vulcano notorious for its eruption in 1991, the second-largest terrestrial eruption of the 20th century. Sylvestre lands out due to motor cut!

Tenemos planeado publicar un episodio cada semana en IGTV, la  página de Facebook  de Ozone Paramotor y el canal de Vimeo de Ozone Gliders.

Pal Takats Best of Red Bull Air Race

Ozone Team pilot Pal Takats was part of the Red Bull Air-Race series performing paramotor displays in different locations around the World. He flew in Ascot Racetrack (UK), city center of Budapest in Hungary, Chiba in Japan, Las Vegas, Abu Dhabi and many other wonderful places. He edited this short video showing small part of many incredible shows he performed over last 4 years! “I spent 4 years on tour with this event, good times in 9 countries and 3 continents. Thank you Red Bull!” says Pal

Electric engine for Ozium 2 harness?

Ozone team pilot Raffaele Benetti builds an electric engine for Ozium 2 harness, which offers easier and longer xc flights! 

During last year Coupe Icare 2019 Raffaele Benetti presented a new electric motor built into an Ozone Ozium 2 harness. He also demonstrated the take-off, climb and flight-by several times using Ozone Viper 3. 

Raffaele talks about his project: “I have been flying paragliders for 24 years and I understand the pain of most paragliding pilots “wasting” time to travel to the mountains and waiting for good conditions to fly. I know that an option to take-off from the flat level independently would be an attractive alternative. A standard paramotor is not an answer, because the performance and sensation are very different to what paragliding pilots are looking for.  Thinking of a better solution, I came up with this idea. I started to build a prototype 2 years ago using an Ozone Ozium 2 harness. My target was “no compromises”, light weight machine, with the same feeling as the original harness: same position, same weight shifting, minimalize drag from the motor and prop and easy to install on any standard harness.  My experience in flying and building paramotors obviously helped me to find good solutions and to finish the first prototype in a short time ready for flight tests. I loved it from the first flight. The sensations in flight is completely different than usual paramotor flying, the position is different, glide, the feeling in the air due to hang points, the combination of all made me feel like I discovered a new way to fly!

The unit I displayed in the last Coupe Icare (2019) weights 14 kg, including a 16A 44 volts lithium battery. Motor and 80 cm propeller have about 40 kg of thrust. This is enough power to take off from the ground and climb high enough to catch the first thermals on an average thermic day.  Anyone can fly it, but it is necessary to get special training for the engine preparation and maintenance. For paragliding pilots with less paramotoring experience I recommend to take off from a paragliding take-off or a small hill. I think this new motor is a fantastic solution for anyone who lives far away from the nearest paragliding spot or simply anyone who is interested in a new way of flying. 

Of course, I am thinking about further development, I am working with Minari Engine to build a new electric motor with more thrust and a bigger propeller.  In addition, I am planning to develop a conventional engine to reduce the price and give more flight time so that it can be used not only as a means to climb on a paragliding but also as a new paramotor machine for long and comfortable xc flights.

We wish Raffaele good luck for the development and look forward to trying this new machine! 

Cheers from all the Ozone Team 

Ozone welcomes Horacio Llorens to the Team

Pioneer Acro pilot, five-time Acro World Champion, and global adventurer, Horacio Llorens is now a part of the Ozone family. We are proud to announce this new partnership and look forward to helping Horacio with his creative endeavors.

Horacio began his flying career at age 14, under the tutelage of his uncle, and his cousins, Raul & Felix Rodriguez. Together, they created SAT (Safety Acro Team), a team which would travel the world and change the story of paragliding.

For many years we have admired Horacio’s adventurous and creative missions, and we look forward to supporting him as he continues his airborne exploration. Horacio will be flying a full complement of Ozone equipment, but his first projects will involve the Session, Zeolite, and Delta 4.

Cheers from all the Ozone Team.

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Ozone welcomes Leah Catullo to the Team

Welcome to our new team pilot, Leah Catullo!

Leah is a talented and passionate acro PPG pilot from Florida, USA. Leah flies almost daily, training acrobatic flight in paraglider and paramotors, both. She has participated in many national and international paramotor events, and in 2020 she is planning to compete in the Classic and Slalom PPG World Championships.  

Leah says, “I fly because, like so many others, I had dreams of running into the air. I find peace, focus, exhilaration, and meaning in flight. My goals are to master acro in paramotor as well as start slalom racing. I hope to be an inspiration and model to female pilots. I would love to travel the World visiting all the events and share the passion of flying with international community” 

We’re excited to add Leah to the team, and look forward to flying with her for many years to come. Cheers, from all of us here at Ozone.