Wanna fly? 

Man has always wanted to open his arms and fly, to touch the clouds and fly with birds, and to enjoy the third dimension and connect with one’s purest sense of self: the freedom of free flight!

Jacob Espinoza (aka Cano) began flying in 1994 at the ripe age of 14. He earned his ultralight aircraft pilot’s license (which includes paragliders) from the Chilean Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) at age 20. He is a founding member of the Chilean Free Flight Association and currently holds the position of launch safety director. He has over 1,000 hours of tandem flying and over 5,000 total flying hours.

Tandem Pilot, Instructor

Chilean Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) license #298

Tandem Pilot, Instructor

Chilean Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) license #318

. Leonardo Andrade (Leo) has been the most advanced pilot on the national scene for a good chunk of his life, ever since he began to fly at the age of 12 years. In the year 2000, he earned his tandem pilot/instructor license by the DGAC. His is a co-founder or the Chilean Free Flight Association,

Tandem Pilot, Instructor

Chilean Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) license #189

Patricio Palma (Pato) has been flying since 1995. The DGAC designated him as an official observer in 1998 and he earned his his tandem pilot/instructor license in 2000. He is a co-founder of the Chilean Free Flight Association and a longtime member of its safety committee.

Tandem Pilot, Instructor

Chilean Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) license #502

Daniel Araya (aka Pelao) began paragliding in 2000 and now has over 1,000 hours of tandem flight time and over 5,000 total flying hours. Daniel was awarded his tandem pilot and instructor license by the DGAC in 2009. He is a member of the Chilean Free Flight Association and serves on its

PuroVuelo, flying, a dream come true!!!

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