CAP Paragliding Switzerland pilots have undergone extensive training and passed the demanding examination. All our tandem pilots are certified by the SHV (Swiss Free Flying Federation) and authorized to perform tandem flights in Switzerland by the BAZL (Swiss Federal Department of Aviation). In addition, our pilots are also distinguished by their enormous paragliding know-how and superb flying skills: reasons why our standards of safety and professionalism are of the highest level.
CAP Paragliding has been created by international professional pilots and is exclusively dedicated to tandem flights.
Our top priority is the trust, safety and personal comfort of our guests and thus we can guarantee them top quality and professional service. Each one of our pilots is dedicated to meeting the specific needs of each passenger, ensuring you have the best possible flying experience!
Managing Director of
CAP Paragliding Switzerland
Toni is a Professional Tandem Paragliding Pilot with extensive international experience. He Started Flying more than 20 years ago In Patagonia, Argentina, where he funded one of the first paragliding schools in the country. In 2002, Toni moved back to Switzerland bringing with him his invaluable expertise in tandem paragliding along with more than 3,400 tandem flights with passengers under his “wing”. Along with other professional paragliding pilots with strong and valuable experience, Toni founded CAP Paragliding Switzerland in 2014.
All CAP Paragliding Switzerland pilots hold valid commercial permits issued by the Swiss Free Flight Federation (VHS) and the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA), which authorizes them to execute flights in Switzerland.
Tandem Paragliding Pilot
Tandem Paragliding Pilot
Manager and Tandem Paragliding Pilot
Our amazing flying spots
in the Lake Lucerne region
- Brunni & Führenalp (Engelberg)
- Büelen & Brädlen (Engelbergtal)
- Niederbauenberg (Emmetten)
- Mount Pilatus (Lucerne)
This mountain range consists of three mountains. Mount Titlis, which is located in the south of this region, and it is 3,238 m high. Further to the north of this region there are two mountains, one is named Engelberg and the other is named Rotstock and they reach up to 2,800m.
These mountain ranges are known for endless winter sport activities and for summer tandem paragliding.
These mountains are for the true nature lovers. This area is located in a lush valley with dense wooded areas and it has very interesting vegetation. It is famous for fantastic weather conditions for tandem paragliding all year round.
Want to discover this region like a local? The Niederbauen is a unique starting point (Niederbau-Chulm) for paragliding flights in the most beautiful flight area of Central Switzerland. The viewpoint at 1,575 m and the starting point is reachable by a “local’s secret” cable car.