Flying out of Norwich International Airport See the Norfolk Broads and the coast as you fly The latest avionics in all training aircraft Spectators welcome - runway view point for photos
A pre flight briefing The instructor will handle the take off You will take the controls for the majority of your flight After the flight there will be a debrief with your instructor A Passenger is usually allowed to join the flight and observe the lesson from the rear seats (maximum weight limit applies)
What can I expect?
Feel the buzz in a light aircraft when you take your flying lesson from Norwich Airport - a busy International airport with scheduled and charter flights arriving and departing year round. With the IATA code NIA, Norwich International boasts a 1841 metre-long runway and a fully-equipped terminal building. All set in over 280 hectares, with flight operations employing over 200 staff, you'll love the proper 'airport feel' to these experiences. The centre has two Piper PA28 Warrior II light aircraft for flight training and both have the latest avionics systems in the cockpits, including the Garmin GPS moving map display and a transponder - both highly-regarded navigation tools. The whole airfield has full radar coverage to co-ordinate all the aerial movements at this busy airport just over two miles from Norwich. A flying lesson at Norwich Airport is great value for money with the added bonus of being able to invite a passenger along to observe your lesson at this bustling International Airport.
When is it available?
Experiences are available on most weekdays and weekends throughout the year
Flights take off from Norwich International Airport, located to north of Norwich The famous Norfolk broads and North Norfolk coast are within easy reachSpectator Facilities
Spectators are welcome to attend With views of the runway you are welcome to bring cameras to capture images of the participant in the aircraftMore Info
The minimum age is 14 years There is a maximum height of 6'8'' Maximum weight limit of 18 stone Four seater flights allow for passenger with a maximum weight of 15 stone (at the pilots discretion) Photographic ID may be requested on the day