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History Of Flying


Aeroplanes are one of the most popular and safe methods of transportation to date. It is becoming increasingly popular and is now being enjoyed as a hobby more and more – as well as a trusted form of travel. But where did it all begin? And how did people first decide to try to become airborne? Keep reading to find out more! Continue reading

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Staff Review: Indoor Skydiving


On Friday 27th November the team hit the road and headed down to Milton Keynes for an indoor skydiving experience. Having never tried it before we were all very excited for what the nights activities would entail. If you’d like to find out how we got on have a read of the blog post here. We’re sure it will entertain you!
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Expert Interview: Yarak Birds of Prey

We’re very pleased to be able to announce a new addition to the ever-expending selection of experience days available on our website…Yarak Birds of Prey, in Devon. I decided to catch up with John – falconry extraordinaire – to find out some exclusive, inside scoop, just for you lovely readers! Check out my interview… Continue reading

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Why oh why, we love to fly

People love flying. We watch birds, fly kites, marvel at the bravery of the parachute jumper and hang glider, tourist travel into outer space and spend over $20 billion per year at amusement parks world wide. Continue reading

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The Tiger Moth: Training Britain’s Pilots for World War II

The de Havilland Tiger Moth is a 1930’s era biplane that was primarily used to train pilots in the British Royal Air Force for aerial battle in World War II. Continue reading

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How to Get Your Pilot’s License: Frequently Asked Questions

Many people believe the sky is the limit-but for a lucky few, it’s home. For thousands of years, people have longed to fly. We are lucky to live in a time when anyone can acquire the necessary skills. There’s nothing … Continue reading

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