Microlights are outstandingly manoeuvrable crafts and this 20-30 minute flight is an incredible way to be introduced to them and see the world from a bird’s eye view as your instructor guides the microlight through the sky. If your instructor feels that you are up to it, they may even pass the controls to you, so be prepared to pilot the craft through the air! Sit back, enjoy the ride and let your imagination run away with you as you fly above the surrounding countryside with this fantastic experience.
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Upon arrival at the aerodrome you will be given a briefing on the principles of microlight flying. From there you'll be taken to the microlight for a general familiarisation of the aircraft's layout and a rundown of the controls. After this it’s up, up and away for a 20 - 30 minute flight of a lifetime! If the instructor feels confident that their new student is ready, they will even be able to take the controls and get the thrill of piloting the aircraft. Facilities and microlights will vary between locations and the images used here are a guide only.
Your voucher is valid for 10 months. Minimum age varies between location, but will not be less than 14 years old. No previous experience necessary. Microlights and itineraries may vary between locations and images used on this page are only a guide. Flight time will be approximately 25 minutes depending on location and weather conditions, noting that flight times are based from Chock to Chock. Maximum weight is 14st. Max weight for the Lancashire location is 17.3st. Please note at some locations you must call on the morning of your booked flight to confirm that the weather conditions are suitable for flying.