Have you ever wanted to have a go at flying an aircraft?

Does someone you know deserve an unforgettable gift experience?

 

There are few things that compare to the thrill of taking control of an aircraft for the very first time – certainly an experience not to be missed.

Book a trial lesson for a “hands on” introductory training session in a modern aeroplane.
Pre-book either on-line or by contacting us and when you arrive at our flight school, you will be greeted and introduced to your Flying Instructor.

The trial lesson will commence with a pre-flight briefing. This will include an explanation of the principles of flight, lesson content and the route to be flown.

Once in the cockpit, the layout of the instrumentation and controls will be explained in more detail. The flight instruction will include”Effects of the Controls” and “Straight and Level Flying” – extracts from the first lessons of the PPL (Private Pilots Licence) syllabus.

Because flying is affected by the weather, there are certain meteorological conditions that may affect this flying experience. The visibility will obviously have an effect on the distance that can be seen and the cloud base, wind speed / direction and rain may have an impact on the flight.

Find out if you have what it takes to be a pilot on either a 30 or 60 minute flight.
Also included is a de-briefing, signed certificate and Insurance.


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Notes:

Postage and Packaging includes a Presentation Pack (Introduction to Flying Booklet).

  1. Please note vouchers are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase and are non-refundable.
  2. Air First at Blackbushe School of Flying, requires a minimum of 24 hours notice of cancellation.
  3. There is a weight restriction of 17 stone for the 2 seater aircraft.

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Air First Ltd
Blackbushe School of Flying
Blackbushe Airport
Camberley
Surrey GU17 9LQ
Telephone: 01252 870 999 . Email us here >