30 Minute Light Aircraft Flight in South Wales
Experience the thrill of aviation with this light aircraft flight based in South Wales. Kick off with a comprehensive safety pre-flight safety briefing before climbing into the cockpit of a Cessna 150 with a professional instructor to get ready for the flight. After experiencing the excitement of the take-off, soar through the skies and marvel at sensational views of the local countryside and coastline while the pilot demonstrates the capabilities of this nimble little craft. During the flight, take over the controls and become an honourary pilot under the expert guidance of the instructor - it really is one of the very best ways to experience the joys of aviation. This flight time counts towards a Private Pilot's Licence.
- Take to the air for a light aircraft flight in South Wales
- Receive a safety briefing and instruction from a professional pilot
- Soak in the stunning countryside views from the cockpit
- Take control of the Cessna 150 during the flight
- Availability Description
Seven days a week, excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. Weekends can get very busy; if a weekend date is required we recommend booking at least four weeks in advance (even earlier for summer weekends).
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age 16. Max weight 15 stone. Max height 6'6''. For security reasons, photographic ID (ideally a passport) MUST be produced by all passengers on the day or they won't be permitted to fly.
Flying is a weather dependent activity and it's essential to call the venue for a weather check before setting out. If the flight is cancelled because of the weather, it can be re-booked for an alternative date or time.
Lasts around 40 minutes, including a 30 minute flight. Flight times are approximate and are the chocks-off to chocks-on duration.
- Numbers on the Day
The briefing might be shared. The flight is held on a one-to-one basis with the instructor.
- Dress Code
Wear flat-soled shoes. Sunglasses are recommended all year round.
- Other Info
Flying time can count towards a Private Pilot's Licence. To qualify for a PPL 35 hours of dual control and 10 hours solo flying is required.