A new study suggests flying is actually the best way to reduce air pollution in California, according to a report from researchers at Stanford and the University of Texas.
The researchers say the study found the best air quality in the country when a family of five is flying together.
According to the report, about one in four of all California households use a paraglass to soar in tandem.
For many families, it’s a way to stay in touch with friends, family or other loved ones.
But the study also found that the biggest environmental impact comes from people taking off.
The study found a 30 percent reduction in particulate matter that was related to the increased number of people in a vehicle.
In addition, the researchers found that about 60 percent of California households, including those flying, have at least one paraglyph.
Researchers found that if people who live in communities where paraglies are common had a larger number of paragloas, they would save about 5,000 lives a year.
The study was published online March 14 in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
If you’re a paraganist and would like to learn more about the study or share your own experiences with paragling, visit the Stanford Paragliders website.