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FlyDays.co.uk Offering New Flying Lessons and Flying Tuition in the South West

By UK PRWeb  |  Posted: March 28, 2014 Sponsored Content

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FlyDays.co.uk announced new flying lessons and flying tuition in the south west near areas such as Bristol, Plymouth, Exeter and Cardiff. These flying lessons and taster session are the perfect way to start your tuition.

Bristol, UK (PRWEB UK) 28 March 2014

FlyDays.co.uk announced new flying lessons and flying tuition in the south west near areas such as Bristol, Plymouth, Exeter and Cardiff. These Flying Lessons and taster session are the perfect way to start a tuition.

Flydays.co.uk new flying lesson packages will enable those who are new to flying or even more experienced trainee pilots to start on the way to obtaining a pilot's licence. Whether it's a plane or helicopter, Flydays.co.uk offers the packages that new pilots need in order to progress. Flydays.co.uk also offer experience flights to give as taster gifts. Most of the Flydays packages are recognised by the Civil Aviation Authority and count towards flight time. Good examples of the airports where these packages are available are Bristol Airport and Eaglescott Airfield.

Take to the skies under expert, CAA qualified supervision. Piloting a light aircraft during lessons, where you will not only learn about flight principles and how the planes are maintained and engineered but will also gain some flying experience. Enjoy the spectacular views of the countryside as you pass overhead. This is an excellent experience which is sure to be unforgettable.

Dan Jones of Flydays.co.uk said, "Now's the perfect time to enjoy some spring and summer flying, making the best of the improving weather."

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  • FromMendip  |  March 28 2014, 8:10PM

    Where are they going to teach people to fly at Plymouth? The small airport there closed a couple of years ago.

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