I have flown this wing and it takes the Apco Cruiser to the next level. Please feel free to call me with any questions.
I saw Bill testing this prototype when I was at x35. The colors were a perfect match for my machine. I didn’t know at the time it was a new design and the only one in the USA. Bill Wallace sold me the wing and boy oh boy, this thing kites like a dream, steering is easier, handles and reacts quick. I live this wing. Thank you to Johnathan Cohn, Bill Wallace and Apco Aviation for selling me this awesomeness!!!
just recently flew my Powrachute Airwolf Rotax 912 ULS with your Cruiser wing. I want to tell you how happy I am with it. Inflation is easy and it wants to get up and fly.
We test flew the 400 Cruiser this morning. It did not disappoint. You guys have done another fantastic job of producing an excellent flying chute. I have gotten many excellent reviews from pilots on Facebook. I believe that they will generate into sales. Please let the Apco team know how much we like the chute.read more
I have been flying a 450 lift since 2012 and actually am on my 2nd 450 wing. My wife and I love everything about it. Quick, responsive, agile and safe. What else could a PPC pilot want in a wing? Thats why I said thank you for making this wing. It has made flying so much more enjoyable.
Angelo and Sheila Chirico
Flew my nice new Apco cruiser 550 today, solo. Did 15 minutes, landed to take someone up to try with additional weight.
Here’s how the solo test flight went. Kite up was quick, cells open, no waiting for
I have only about 1 hour on the lift 450 but have fallen in love
with it. We will be demonstrating it to some other dealers soon.
Already setting up appointments.
I am flying it on a Destiny XLT with 260 hrs. total time on it.
We flew beside it in a new Destiny XLT with 60 hours on it and a
standard APCO 550. We did the same manuevours as you did in your
advertisement. We came out with the same results. For the same level
flight the tack on the 450 read 4360rpm and the other APCO chute was
reading 5180. Glide was a lot farther in the 450. Climb just wasn’t
a contest as the 450 went up twice as fast as the other plane. The
450 was mounted on a Destiny XLT, with a 62inch spread at the hang
point. Risers were the longer 60″ risers. We will try later with the
With this all said, I would like a quote on 3 more Lift 450’s.
One of each color.
My friend John Hollis bought one your lift 450 chutes and we fly together frequently. Both of our machines weigh 500 lbs with 15 gallons of fuell and rotax 582 motors. He typically flys 2-4 mph faster and climbs out steeper than I can. He has done engine out landings with a passenger and has plenty of energy left over.
What I am trying to say is that in the affluent neighborhood I live in, and the introduction of a revolutionary PPC wing, I believe that I can sell a bunch of these wings over here. Most in this area are hesitant about any reflex wing but since flying with John I believe that I can change their minds…. Please contact me regarding becoming a dealer for my area
I have a single seat powered parachute made by Powrachute in 2002. It is a Skyrascal. It meets regulations part 103. I would like to know what wing made by Apco that you would recommend. I was looking at the lift II ppc 400 The halo is 31″ wide. I would need to also know what length risers to use as well. And if you sell them. I currently have two of your Cruiser wings on a couple of Airwolfs. We love them. Great job on the design.