One Hour Two Seater Flying Lesson in Glasgow

£229.00

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Experience Days Flying Lessons: Flying a plane is one of the most thrilling, unique and unforgettable things you can do, and if you’ve ever dreamed of taking to the skies yourself, you can’t go wrong with this fantastic One Hour Two Seater Flying Lesson in Glasgow. Climbing aboard a Cessna light aircraft, this is your chance to gain a real insight into the joys of flying and pilot a plane yourself. Learning at the top flight training company in Scotland and with tuition from expert pilots, you will be surprised at how quickly you feel confident in the cockpit; you will be learning about how this light aircraft flies and all the basics of flight before getting some exciting hands-on experience! Your instructor will perform the take-off before handing you the controls, and then you are free to fly the plane yourself … get ready for an electrifying adrenaline buzz! This one hour lesson can be enjoyed by itself but is also the perfect way to begin becoming an independent pilot yourself: the superb 60 minute flying session can count towards your Private Pilot’s Licence.Your 60 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 60 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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