Aviators On: Robinson R44 Discovery Flight Experience For One With Phoenix Helicopters

Aviators On: Robinson R44 Discovery Flight Experience For One With Phoenix Helicopters

Available UK Wide

£1120
Valid for 1 years

“The world’s best-selling and most admired helicopter.” Vertical Magazine

Why we love it

Learning to fly one of these helicopters is both exciting and fun, as R44 helicopters are notoriously high performing, reliable and easy to maintain. During this intensive experience, you’ll have the opportunity to begin your helicopter pilot training, logging your flight time towards your PPL(H). If you’re looking for a smooth ride to start your journey, this is the way to go.

What's Included?

  • Discover what it’s like to be a helicopter pilot in a four-hour flight experience for one in a Robinson R44 with Phoenix Helicopters in either Surrey or Hampshire
  • Get to grips with all aspects of helicopter flight in an intensive two-hour briefing followed by two hours of flight time
  • Take the controls and fly the helicopter yourself during your flight, as you start your journey towards your PPL(H) training
  • Log your flying time in your log book with your instructor which will contribute towards your PPL(H)
  • Receive a certificate of achievement at the end of your flight

Description

Flying an aeroplane is very much about aerodynamics, whereas helicopters are much more delicate and potentially volatile. This requires a pilot to have precise mental and physical co-ordination. Whether you are flying a group of excited tourists on a day-trip, navigating a storm while trying to land on an off-shore oil rig, or working as a test pilot, the job is unlikely to ever become boring.

If you are seriously considering piloting as a career, or would like to train to become a helicopter pilot for personal reasons, this is the experience for you. Over four hours, you will receive an intensive ground school briefing for two hours, before taking to the sky for a further two hours of flight time in a Robinson R44. You are able to split the session over two different days, should you wish, or alternatively choose a morning or afternoon that suits you.

After a comprehensive briefing, including safety checks, ground and airborne emergency drills and aircraft information, you’ll then be shown how to operate the multiple controls of the helicopter. As a co-pilot, you’ll be responsible for knowing and communicating who has control, as well as the location of other aircraft in the sky. As a pilot, you will take over the controls and fly the helicopter through the air, truly getting a feel of what it means to manoeuvre an airborne machine.

Once back on the ground, you’ll receive a certificate of achievement and post-flight debrief followed by the chance to ask any further questions about your experience. You’ll also have the opportunity to log your two hours of flying time in your log book with your instructor which will contribute towards your PPL(H).

Description

Flying an aeroplane is very much about aerodynamics, whereas helicopters are much more delicate and potentially volatile. This requires a pilot to have precise mental and physical co-ordination. Whether you are flying a group of excited tourists on a day-trip, navigating a storm while trying to land on an off-shore oil rig, or working as a test pilot, the job is unlikely to ever become boring.

If you are seriously considering piloting as a career, or would like to train to become a helicopter pilot for personal reasons, this is the experience for you. Over four hours, you will receive an intensive ground school briefing for two hours, before taking to the sky for a further two hours of flight time in a Robinson R44. You are able to split the session over two different days, should you wish, or alternatively choose a morning or afternoon that suits you.

After a comprehensive briefing, including safety checks, ground and airborne emergency drills and aircraft information, you’ll then be shown how to operate the multiple controls of the helicopter. As a co-pilot, you’ll be responsible for knowing and communicating who has control, as well as the location of other aircraft in the sky. As a pilot, you will take over the controls and fly the helicopter through the air, truly getting a feel of what it means to manoeuvre an airborne machine.

Once back on the ground, you’ll receive a certificate of achievement and post-flight debrief followed by the chance to ask any further questions about your experience. You’ll also have the opportunity to log your two hours of flying time in your log book with your instructor which will contribute towards your PPL(H).

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

This experience is available:

  • 7 days a week subject to pilot and aircraft availability.

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Other Useful Details:

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 2 months in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Experiences last up to 4 hours (2 hours briefing, 2 hours flying). Flight time is 2 hours which will be split into two, 1 hour lessons on the same day or on separate days - flight time is regarded as from rotor start to rotor stop.

Family and friends are welcome to come along and watch you take your lesson.

For safety reasons, guests must be able to speak and understand English.

Height, age and weight restrictions apply; guests are expected to be in reasonable health and agile enough to climb into the helicopter. You should not take part if you suffer from epilepsy, vertigo or if you are pregnant.

Maximum weight limit per person is 18 Stone or 114 kg.

Maximum pilot height is 6ft 3in , or 190cm.

Minimum pilot age is 14 years (any person under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times, including on board the helicopter).

Customers can pay for any additional products or services desired on the day.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

This experience is available:

  • 7 days a week subject to pilot and aircraft availability.

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Other Useful Details:

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 2 months in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Experiences last up to 4 hours (2 hours briefing, 2 hours flying). Flight time is 2 hours which will be split into two, 1 hour lessons on the same day or on separate days - flight time is regarded as from rotor start to rotor stop.

Family and friends are welcome to come along and watch you take your lesson.

For safety reasons, guests must be able to speak and understand English.

Height, age and weight restrictions apply; guests are expected to be in reasonable health and agile enough to climb into the helicopter. You should not take part if you suffer from epilepsy, vertigo or if you are pregnant.

Maximum weight limit per person is 18 Stone or 114 kg.

Maximum pilot height is 6ft 3in , or 190cm.

Minimum pilot age is 14 years (any person under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times, including on board the helicopter).

Customers can pay for any additional products or services desired on the day.

What's Included?

  • Discover what it’s like to be a helicopter pilot in a four-hour flight experience for one in a Robinson R44 with Phoenix Helicopters in either Surrey or Hampshire
  • Get to grips with all aspects of helicopter flight in an intensive two-hour briefing followed by two hours of flight time
  • Take the controls and fly the helicopter yourself during your flight, as you start your journey towards your PPL(H) training
  • Log your flying time in your log book with your instructor which will contribute towards your PPL(H)
  • Receive a certificate of achievement at the end of your flight

Why we love it

Learning to fly one of these helicopters is both exciting and fun, as R44 helicopters are notoriously high performing, reliable and easy to maintain. During this intensive experience, you’ll have the opportunity to begin your helicopter pilot training, logging your flight time towards your PPL(H). If you’re looking for a smooth ride to start your journey, this is the way to go. Read full description

Description

Flying an aeroplane is very much about aerodynamics, whereas helicopters are much more delicate and potentially volatile. This requires a pilot to have precise mental and physical co-ordination. Whether you are flying a group of excited tourists on a day-trip, navigating a storm while trying to land on an off-shore oil rig, or working as a test pilot, the job is unlikely to ever become boring.

If you are seriously considering piloting as a career, or would like to train to become a helicopter pilot for personal reasons, this is the experience for you. Over four hours, you will receive an intensive ground school briefing for two hours, before taking to the sky for a further two hours of flight time in a Robinson R44. You are able to split the session over two different days, should you wish, or alternatively choose a morning or afternoon that suits you.

After a comprehensive briefing, including safety checks, ground and airborne emergency drills and aircraft information, you’ll then be shown how to operate the multiple controls of the helicopter. As a co-pilot, you’ll be responsible for knowing and communicating who has control, as well as the location of other aircraft in the sky. As a pilot, you will take over the controls and fly the helicopter through the air, truly getting a feel of what it means to manoeuvre an airborne machine.

Once back on the ground, you’ll receive a certificate of achievement and post-flight debrief followed by the chance to ask any further questions about your experience. You’ll also have the opportunity to log your two hours of flying time in your log book with your instructor which will contribute towards your PPL(H).

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Description

Flying an aeroplane is very much about aerodynamics, whereas helicopters are much more delicate and potentially volatile. This requires a pilot to have precise mental and physical co-ordination. Whether you are flying a group of excited tourists on a day-trip, navigating a storm while trying to land on an off-shore oil rig, or working as a test pilot, the job is unlikely to ever become boring.

If you are seriously considering piloting as a career, or would like to train to become a helicopter pilot for personal reasons, this is the experience for you. Over four hours, you will receive an intensive ground school briefing for two hours, before taking to the sky for a further two hours of flight time in a Robinson R44. You are able to split the session over two different days, should you wish, or alternatively choose a morning or afternoon that suits you.

After a comprehensive briefing, including safety checks, ground and airborne emergency drills and aircraft information, you’ll then be shown how to operate the multiple controls of the helicopter. As a co-pilot, you’ll be responsible for knowing and communicating who has control, as well as the location of other aircraft in the sky. As a pilot, you will take over the controls and fly the helicopter through the air, truly getting a feel of what it means to manoeuvre an airborne machine.

Once back on the ground, you’ll receive a certificate of achievement and post-flight debrief followed by the chance to ask any further questions about your experience. You’ll also have the opportunity to log your two hours of flying time in your log book with your instructor which will contribute towards your PPL(H).

Opening Times

Bookings can be arranged 7 days a week subject to pilot and aircraft availability.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

This experience is available:

  • 7 days a week subject to pilot and aircraft availability.

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Other Useful Details:

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 2 months in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Experiences last up to 4 hours (2 hours briefing, 2 hours flying). Flight time is 2 hours which will be split into two, 1 hour lessons on the same day or on separate days - flight time is regarded as from rotor start to rotor stop.

Family and friends are welcome to come along and watch you take your lesson.

For safety reasons, guests must be able to speak and understand English.

Height, age and weight restrictions apply; guests are expected to be in reasonable health and agile enough to climb into the helicopter. You should not take part if you suffer from epilepsy, vertigo or if you are pregnant.

Maximum weight limit per person is 18 Stone or 114 kg.

Maximum pilot height is 6ft 3in , or 190cm.

Minimum pilot age is 14 years (any person under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times, including on board the helicopter).

Customers can pay for any additional products or services desired on the day.

How it works

  • Choose your experience

    Treat yourself or share with someone you truly care about.

  • We arrange everything

    Our concierge will arrange everything, even the little extras.

  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Aviators On: Robinson R44 Discovery Flight Experience For One With Phoenix Helicopters