You can head above the clouds and be as free as a bird with our flying lessons.
No matter if you are a complete novice, or have a little more experience in a cockpit, then TrackDays.co.uk has a range of courses to suit your individual requirements at airfields across the UK.
Just as importantly, time spent in the air can count towards gaining a pilot’s licence as many of our courses are CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) recognised.
And our flying lessons aren’t just limited to small airplanes, as TrackDays.co.uk also has helicopters, gliders and microlights for your flying pleasure.
All our packages give you the opportunity to spread your wings, sitting alongside some of the best flying instructors in the country.
One of our most accessible experiences is the 30-minute flying lesson. As an introductory package it includes a pre-flight safety briefing, however, before long you’ll be soaring high in the sky and soon the instructor will invite you to take control!
Meanwhile, if you are taking your first steps into aviation as a possible future career then our popular insight into becoming an aeroplane pilot experience is ideal. It includes a lesson in a two-seater training aircraft which involves actual flying time, together with expert insight on what it takes to be a professional airline pilot.
For the ultimate relaxing flying experience, then gliding ticks all the right boxes. Once airborne then it’s a case of finding the thermals to lift you higher and higher, and of course, you’ll also have the chance to pilot the craft for yourself.
However, adrenalin junkies will love our microlight flying lessons. These lightweight aircraft offer thrills and exhilaration beyond their size!
You can also swap wings for blades with our wide range of helicopter flying experiences. Similar to our airplane packages, they cater for complete novices and those seriously thinking of becoming a licensed helicopter pilot. Even if it is your first time in a helicopter, you’ll still have the chance to fly it, gaining confidence minute-by-minute.
Most of our flying experiences have a weight limit of 16-stone due to the limited room in the cockpit.