30 Minute Two Seater Flying Lesson in Glasgow


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Experience Days Flying Lessons: Enjoy a fantastic introduction to the thrills of flying with this sensational 30 minute light aircraft flying lesson near Glasgow, North Lanarkshire. If you’ve never flown before you’re in the best hands possible; you will be flying with the top flight training company in Scotland and will be taught by expert pilots, so any nerves you might have will quickly disappear! This superb taster lesson will show you precisely why flying is such an exhilarating activity and it’s a safe bet to say 20 minutes is enough to get you totally hooked! After teaching you the basics of flight and how the aircraft flies, you will board the Cessna along with your instructor, who will perform the take-off before handing you the controls. The feeling of piloting a plane as you soar through the sky must be experienced to be believed, and you will be left with an adrenaline buzz that will last all day. So whether you want to just try out a single lesson to see if flying is for you or are dreaming of obtaining your Private Pilot’s Licence, you can’t go wrong with this brilliant taster session.Your 30 Minute Two Seater Flying Lesson will begin on arrival at Cumbernauld Airport near Glasgow in North Lanarkshire, where you will be greeted by your instructor. The lesson will begin with a thorough pre-flight safety briefing, and a talk on how to use the controls of the plane and how an aeroplane flies. Then you will climb aboard the light aircraft along with your instructor, who will perform the exciting take-off before handing you over the controls once you are high enough. You will be flying for 30 adrenaline-pumping minutes, after which you will land back at the aerodrome and have a post-flight de-briefing, before being awarded a certificate – this can count towards obtaining your Private Pilot’s Licence should you wish to pursue flying more seriously.


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