The half day experience consists of a flight from Blackpool airport to another airfield. Flight times are typically an hour each way. At the airfield we will include lunch & a non-alcoholic beverage, plus an opportunity to discuss the flight and the return journey.
This is a great day out and, if you are interested in learning to fly, a great introduction in what to expect with the PPL. If the flight takes place in our 4 seat aircraft two people can be carried in addition to the instructor. This allows one person to enjoy a trial lesson on the flight out, and the other person (if they desire) to have a trial lesson on the return flight.
Two seater – 1/2 Day Experience – £345:00
Four seater – 1/2 Day Experience – £395.00
Please contact Westair Flying School to book your 1/2 Day Experience
Caernarfon Airport, North Wales
Caernarfon Airport is located in the heart of Snowdonia. With an on-site aviation museum, cafe and home of the Wales Air Ambulance, Caernarfon Airport is a great day out for both pilots and families.
The airport was originally opened in 1941 and known as RAF Llandwrog. The base was primarily used for training gunners, radio operators and navigators and later was the home for the RAF Mountain Rescue.
Sleap Aerodrome, Shropshire
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, the rural location of Sleap Airfield has been the enviable home of Shropshire Aero Club since 1955. Visitors have a fantastic panoramic view over the airfield and beyond towards the Welsh hills from the relaxed atmosphere of the Lock Lounge Cafe & Restaurant, located on the upper floor of the old WWII control tower building.
The Cafe is open every day from 9:00am to 5:00pm and provides a varied menu ranging from hot & cold drinks and snacks to full meals, including the legendary “Flying Start” breakfast. Also on site and not to be missed is the museum of the Wartime Aircraft Recovery Group. The museum is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00am to 5:00pm and admission is free. The club house and cafe boast free WiFi internet access.
Carlisle Airport, Cumbria
Carlisle Lake District Airport is conveniently located just 6 miles east of Carlisle and is the gateway to the Lake District National Park. With two paved runways, the airport provides a thriving base for a number of general aviation flying schools and an aircraft maintenance facility.
An excellent cafe is at the heart of every general aviation airfield and Carlisle Lake District Airport’s Cafe Stobart is no exception. Located at the foot of the Air Traffic Control Tower, it is open to the public 7 days a week throughout the year. The cafe offers a wide range of tasty home cooked meals and there is also a special children’s menu for young budding aviators. On a summer day, you can sit outside in the viewing area that overlooks the runways and has spectacular views of the Lake District hills and the Pennines.