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Take the controls of a light aircraft and soar across the sky above the English countryside while learning what it’s like to actually pilot a plane with this 30 Minute Flying Lesson for one.Feel the adrenaline rush as you take the controls of a light aircraft and soar across the sky above the English countryside while learning what it’s like to actually pilot a plane with this 30 Minute Flying Lesson for one.
At your chosen location you’ll receive one-to-one tuition from a Civil Aviation Authority-licensed instructor, meaning you’ll have expert guidance in getting to grips with the controls during every moment in the air. You’ll have unbeatable views across the surrounding area, but we don’t blame you if you want to stay focussed on the world ahead of your windscreen as you’re thousands of feet above the ground!
What you’ll learn will depend on your chosen location, but all of your flying time will still count towards a Private Pilot’s Licence should you be a budding flying hobbyist and planning to take to the skies again. Exhilarating, awe-inspiring and breath-taking all at once, this is an experience you’ll want to try again as soon as it’s over!
Choose from 5 locations across the UK:
Essex - Stapleford Tawney
Cambridgeshire - Peterborough
Northamptonshire - Brackley
Nottinghamshire - Retford
Warwickshire - Coventry
Flying lessons take place all year round and are normally available on any day of the week.
We recommend you book at least four weeks in advance to ensure that dates are available. All bookings are subject to availability.
You should allow 1 hour for your whole experience, but the flight (from taxi to landing) will last approximately 25 to 30 minutes.
These are guidelines only and we ask that you check any queries at the time of booking.
Spectators are usually welcome, without charge, but will not be able to accompany you in the plane.
Facilities for spectators vary between centres, so you should check with the centre when booking.