Adventure Flight

For anyone interested in exploring aviation, this one on one flight adventure will let you experience flying from the left seat. The flight includes a prefight discussion with our FAA certified flight instructor, one hour of actual flight time and a post flight discussion. On that day you will receive a first flight certificate. This flight is also recommended before a first lesson is scheduled.

Adventure Flights are conducted in our Cessna 172 aircraft. These are single-engine propeller-driven aircraft in which the instructor and passenger sit side-by-side in the front. These aircraft are meant for flight training and are safe, reliable airplanes for discovery flights.

A Casual but Professional Preflight Briefing
Just like on a passenger jet, the instructor will spend a few minutes with you explaining what will occur, where you’ll fly, and a game plan for how the flight will go. You’ll also get a preflight safety briefing, including how to work the doors and seat belts and where to find the sick sack if you end up needing one.

You Might Participate
It’s voluntary, of course, but you will likely be allowed to fly the aircraft on your own, with the instructor coaching you. After takeoff and when the instructor has maneuvered to a safe altitude above the ground to an area where you can practice, he or she will demonstrate how to do basic turns, climbs, and descents, and will let you control the aircraft. But it’s always dependent on your level of comfort, and the instructor will ask you before giving you control of the airplane.

There Might Be a Few (Small) Bumps
Turbulence is usually not an issue since instructors try to steer clear of choppy weather on Adventure Flights. It’s not enjoyable to get bounced around, even for experienced pilots, but much less so for someone who is new to a small airplane.

For the most part, Adventure Flights are conducted on calm days, but turbulence isn’t entirely predictable, so don’t be alarmed if there are a few small bumps. It may be more or less turbulent than you expect it to be, but your instructor wouldn’t take you up in an unsafe condition, and a small amount of turbulence is quite normal for light aircraft.

You Will Wear a Headset
Pilots wear headsets to reduce the cockpit noise and to clearly communicate with each other, as well as other pilots flying in the area and air traffic control, if necessary. You will be given a headset to wear. They’re comfortable, and they allow you to hear and speak to the pilot and other passengers. Don’t worry: Your voice won’t be heard over the radio by other pilots or ATC – there’s a push-to-talk switch that the pilot uses for that. When you talk into your headset microphone, only the pilot and any other passengers will hear you.

Adventure Flight- $150.00

Additional passengers- $10.00 each