How much does it cost?
Not as much as you would think - we always allow trainees to progress at their own rate and the number of flights required for solo standard depends on your age, ability to learn and what time of year you join. We offer competitively priced flying deals, so check out the prices and choose the best package for you.
1) Buy an Air Experience flight Voucher through this website of 1, 2 or 4 flights - the more you do, the cheaper the cost per flight. This is our 'try before you buy' method for you to see if you enjoy flying.
2) You can join the club by paying for annual club membership, then each time you fly pay for the launch and glider time in the air (see prices)
3) Pay a fixed fee to cover 12 months membership, books about gliding, unlimited launches and unlimited time in the air.
As a guide, a typical young pilot could expect to spend take anywhere in the region of 40 to 60 launches to complete all the training exercises and be competent enough to fly solo. A middle aged person may take 60 - 100 launches to get to the same point, and an older person may take more launches. However, it varies from person to person and the more frequently you fly, the fewer flights you will need to get your wings.