TRIAL LESSONS

ONE HOUR FIRST LESSON

IF YOU – OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW – IS SERIOUSLY INTERESTED IN LEARNING TO FLY,  A FULL ONE HOUR INTRODUCTORY FLIGHT IS THE BEST FIRST STEP.

TWO SEATER                                                                                                                                 £167

(Instructor and future pilot on flight)

FOUR SEATER                                                                                                                               £185

(A faster, roomier aircraft that allows a second interested person in the rear seat)

FOUR SEATER PIPER ARROW                                                                                                 £230

(Retractable gear, 150 mph aircraft)

A local air experience flight from London Elstree Aerodrome. Includes short pre-flight briefing and is carried out by one of our experienced CAA approved instructors.

LANDAWAY OPTION

TWO SEATER                                                                                                                                £296

FOUR SEATER                                                                                                                              £313

FOUR SEATER – PIPER ARROW                                                                                              £383

Flight to Duxford Imperial War Museum – Europe’s largest aircraft museum – includes one hour entry to the Museum (access to Concorde available before 3pm), allows the possibility for the rear seat passenger to have a trial lesson on the return flight in the four seater.   Each flight approximately 45 minutes.   The only extra cost to the recipient is a piece of cake and a cuppa for the instructor!   (If Duxford is closed the alternate is Turweston)

Since all flights in any aircraft start when the brakes are released and finish when they are applied (whether that be a light aircraft or an airliner) and all our flights involve around ten minutes of taxying, power and system checks, the one hour flights – for example – allow 50 minutes or so airborne time.   Plenty of time to get the feel of controlling the aircraft.

Trial lessons are not available to those under 14 but there is no upper age limit.              (The two seat aircraft are not suitable for anyone who is overly large or tall.)

All trial lesson time counts towards the minimum training required and can be recorded as such in a suitable Pilot’s Log Book.

Payment by cheque or cash only at present.

Prices correct 11/02/13 but may fluctuate with aircraft fuel price changes

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