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Our AirDesign Team Pilots cover a diverse range of subsets offered within paragliding sport. You'll find cross country pilots, hike & fly enthusiasts, adventurers, flying mountaineers and climbers, photographers, editors and video artists.

We support young talented pilots as well as experts flying for decades. Our team profiles illustrate the diverse range of the identities that are as wide-ranging as the sport itself, and each member carries the individual spirit of our passion and that of the team.

We are open, communicative and always on the seeking to unlock new adventures - whether they are found in the air or on the mountain. Our experiences with nature motivate us to always push further to evolve the sport and technology potential. 

All team pilots share their stories on the Chronicles of Freeflight. In their profiles you will find reports of cross country flights, videos of hike & fly adventures as well as pictures of the last recreational flight of the local site. Live the dream of free flight!

Want to become part of our team? Send us your application and tell us why we should select you!

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Michaela Branstätter

XC Team / World Champion XC Paragliding 2016

Glider: VOLT 2 Superlight
Chronicles
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Robert Haider

XC Team

Glider: VOLT 2 Superlight
Chronicles
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Luki Jagiello

XC & Hike&Fly Team

Glider: VOLT 2 SL, UFO, HIKE
Chronicles
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Reto Reiser

XC Team

Glider: VOLT 2
Chronicles
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Stefan Aufischer

XC Team

Glider: VOLT 2
Chronicles
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Marco Francazi

Hike&Fly Team Pilot

Sillian, Austria
Chronicles
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Philippe Collet

Hike&Fly/Climb&FlyTeam Pilot

Glider: VOLT 2 SL, SuSi 2 SL
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Gerald Kernstock

Hike&Fly Team Pilot

Glider: VOLT 2 SL, SuSi 2 SL
Chronicles
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Marlies Czerny

Hike&Fly/Climb&Fly Team

Glider: UFO 18
Chronicles
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Andreas Lattner

Hike&Fly/Climb&Fly Team

Glider: UFO 18
Chronicles
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Hannes Meyer-Schönbohm

XC Team

Glider: VOLT 2
Chronicles
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Manuel Piechotka

XC / Hike&Fly Team

Glider: VOLT 2, RamaFlex, Susi 2
Chronicles
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Marcel Lübbe

XC Team

Glider: VOLT 2
Chronicles
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Patrick Dickbauer

XC / Hike&Fly Team

Glider: VOLT 2
Chronicles
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Thomas Lamplmair

Hike&Fly/Climb&Fly Team

Glider: VOLT 2 Superlight, UFO, Hike
Chronicles
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Michael Kraeftner

Hike&Fly/Climb&Fly Team

Glider: UFO
Chronicles
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Iamina Ilea

XC Team

Glider: VOLT 2 Superlight
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Urs Vetsch

XC Team

Glider: VOLT 2
Chronicles
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Fabian Lentsch

Hike&Fly Team

Glider: SUSi 18, UFO 16
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Matthis Nedele

Junior XC Team

Glider: RISE 2 SL
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Alexander Skladnikov

XC Team

Glider: PURE 2, SuSi
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Daniel Ortner

XC / Hike&Fly Team

Glider: VOLT2 SL, UFO
Chronicles
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Gorgi Ristovski

Junior Comp Team Pilot

Glider: VOLT 2
Chronicles
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Paul Mcsorley

Hike&Fly Team

Glider: UFO
Chronicles

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