Service  Centre

Fixed prices for service with repairs Solo Tandem
Service Centre - Full Service (visual, porosity, line check and trim to spec) R1736.50 R1989.50
Line plan not supplied R247.25 R247.25
Full visual check R287.50 R328.33
Full Porosity Check R287.50 R328.33
Full line check R1161.50 R1332.85
Clean Glider R557.75 R690.00
Reserve Repack R471.50 R557.75
Lines
Top line R120.75
Intermediate line R143.75
Bottom line R230.00
One line replacement minimum fee R235.75
Other services and accessories
Harness clean R450.00
Speedbar fitting R241.50
Reserve swop R130.00
Same day surcharge R200.00
Clinch bag line (6m) with cord stopper R80.00
Wallend-Air Reserve Nappy R85.00
Wallend-Air Reserve Handle R350.00
Kites
Kite repair - minimum charge R310.50
Replacing any rib R230.00
Line replacement R80.50

As an innovative company involved with the unique technicalities of paragliding, we implement 20 years of experience to further the development of our checks and systems.

Thank you Dominique, very impressed with your service. You’re on the ball.

Steve Coleman

Thanks again for the speedy feedback…you must have been trained by Peter

Jaques de Bruyn

Excellent – thank you for the great service, much obliged.

Pierre Badenhorst

Thank you! I’m blown away by the quality and professional touch!

Gert-Louis Cilliers

Your turnaround time is impressive.

Hendrik Theron

Great, thanks for the good, efficient service as always.

Mark Bester

Thanks and impressed with the quality and service.

Matthys Nawrattle

Thanks for the great service.

Oliver Dry

Thanks for the prompt and efficient service so wonderful to experience. Well done Wallend-Air and Team.

Les Johnston

Thanks for the great service.

Craig Barlow-Jones

It is recommended that you regularly check your wings, especially after a heavy period of use, after an incident/accident or long period of storage. Through use, paraglider lines shrink or stretch, wearas C-lines shrink. As a result, the paraglider flies slower and the handling is less agile. All lines are affected in this way to a greater or lesser dress – regardless of material or manufacturer.

After a year or 15 to 20 flying hours (whichever comes first), this stretching or shrinking has settled. We recommend that you then send the paraglider to Wallend-Air. We have developed our service centre protocol to ensure that we can give you the best possible services and repairs or your complete safety and flying fun.

When it comes to checks we are very particular. We check all the details of the paraglider: porosity, line lengths, our software program automatically feeds the data into the diagnostic software. Using measurements, the software program calculates the paraglider trim and suggests possible trim corrections. These are evaluated by the service inspector and then implemented.

From time to time it will be necessary to patch holes, repair or replace panels, ribs or even the whole leading edge of your glider and we’ve got an excellent team of seamstresses to do this for you, under our guidance. We also repair harnesses and associated paragliding equipment. We take pride in the quality of our repairs with a quick turnaround time.