Piloting an aeroplane could soon be the cheapest way to get airborne

Flying an aeroplane might soon be the cheapest way to take to the skies!
Air travel predicted to be more expensive but there is one way to actually take the controls from £65, Flying experiences with FlyDays.co.uk can be booked as vouchers to be used in 10 months, With air travel prices predicted to be more expensive post-lockdown, actually flying an aeroplane, helicopter or microlight could be one of the cheapest ways to get airborne.


Indeed, with commercial flying set to change beyond recognition in the years ahead, the thrill of aviation is still possible with FlyDays.co.uk without breaking the bank as flying lessons from the aviation experience provider start from as little as £65.

Experiences booked now can also be enjoyed in the future when the time is right as they are typically valid for up to 10-months, meaning those who might struggle to find a cheap holiday flight can at least take to the skies another way!

Dan Jones, operations manager at FlyDays.co.uk, said: “Commercial flying as we know it has changed forever, whether that’s for business trips, going for a short break or taking a long-haul flight to the other side of the world.

“Those still needing an ‘air fix’ should consider a flying experience instead which can be booked now and taken at a later date. And with prices from £65 to fly a microlight, it might actually be one of the cheapest ways to get airborne for some time.”

Meanwhile, helicopter and aeroplane flying lessons can start from under £105 and various experiences are available at some 30 airfields across the UK.

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Dan added: “With Father’s Day on the horizon, then a future flying experience could be the perfect gift for someone who wants to head above the clouds but is struggling to find an affordable option.”

To learn more about FlyDays.co.uk, or to book a flying experience or flying lesson, visit www.flydays.co.uk