The one to rule them all

The new Queen2 went through a total redesign compared to its successful predecessor. The goal was to bring another dimension of performance into the EN C class, and we feel certain that this ambitious goal has been reached. The Queen2 excels in many ways, by bringing not only the best performance in its class, but also by being a very well-mannered royal lady in the air. We think of the Queen 2 as a “mid-level” EN C glider which will fulfill and supersede the expectations of any pilots going big in this class.
Preserving the aspect ratio nearly unchanged compared to the predecessor, the Queen2 will inspire confidence in all the variable conditions which you may face during long XC flights.


Number of cells 7373 73 73
Projected area (m2)2021.4 22 22.9
Flat area (m2)23.625.3 26 27
Projected span (m)9.69.9 10 10.2
Flat span (m)12.112.6 12.8 13
Projected Aspect Ratio4.64.6 4.6 4.6
Flat aspect ratio6.36.3 6.3 6.3
Glider weight (kg)5.25.4 5.5 5.9
In-flight weight range (kg)70-8579-99 95-108100-120
Certification LTF/ENCCCC
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Leading edgeDominico 30D MF
Upper surfaceDominico 20D MF
Bottom surfaceDominico 20D MF
ProfilesPorcher Skytex 40 Hard 9017 E29
DiagonalsPorcher Skytex 40 Hard 9017 E29
Mini-ribsPorcher Skytex 40 Hard 9017 E29
PPSL Liros, Edelrid A-8000-U
Fabric13 mm Kevlar reinforced Nylon webbing
PulleysHarken P18mm ball bearing pulley



  • Glider QUEEN 2
  • Backpack
  • Inner bag
  • Glider strap
  • Repair kit
  • Triple Seven T-shirt


  • Read Hugh Miller’s very personal opinions of our new top EN C wing here. A short teaser:

    […] I can categorically say that yes, 777 wings are definitely worth trying – I’m convinced their test team put in as many hours’ development and flying as any of the other bigger brands, and the end products are sorted, convincing gliders that have a unique feel and character.

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Queen2 News and competition results

Paragliding Winter Cup 2019

8. March, 2019

The first “real” PG XC comp of the European season is the “Winter Cup” right here in our back yard. We sent our Swiss-army-knife colleague Matjaz, who flies hang gliders on a serious level, to compete in the event on a Queen 2. He was joined in the C-class by 4 other Queen 2 pilots,

“So give back to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what is God’s.”

11. September, 2018

In the old days the quote above, assigned to Jesus of Galilee, was often used by clerics to justify the collection of taxes. Today we’d like to use it a little more tongue-in-cheek, and say “give to the Queen (2) what is hers, and to the rest what is theirs” – it so happens that

The BC system – explained

13. June, 2018

The Queen 2 has risers standard-equipped with the BC* system. We get lots of questions about how to use this system properly. To explain this we sent Matjaz flying, with his camera, to show how to use the system, and get the right grip on the risers with the BC system. Check out the video!

Queen 2 ML certified

7. June, 2018

GREAT news; our Queen 2 has passed certification in the ML size, and the wings are ready for ordering immediately. If you’re waiting to demo one with your local dealer, please be sure to remind them that the wings are now being shipped to their new owners all across the World, and that if they

Our hero, on the Cloudbase Mayhem

22. February, 2018

As you may have heard, Triple Seven team pilot Marko Hrgetic made quite a splash at the recent Monarca open in Valle de Bravo, Mexico. Marko beat most of the 2-liner CCC wings by coming third Overall in the event – on his new Queen 2 EN C glider. Now we all know that Marko