We are now closed for Winter maintenance. CAHC will open again on Sunday 16th February.
What is a flight experience?
Telephone Fly Nqy on 01637 861744.
Our friends just across the runway at Fly Nqy offer a great flight experience / trial lesson.
Telephone Fly Nqy on 01637 861744. The Trial Flight Experience (or Air Experience Flight) provides an amazing opportunity to take to the skies and see the world from a different perspective.
Discover the stunning sights of Cornwall – from its unique coastlines, cliffs and beaches to its rural villages and towns. Depending on the duration of your flying experience, you can expect to see places such as Newquay, St Ive’s, Boscastle, Falmouth, Truro, Bodmin, Padstow, St Austell and even the Eden Project!
Experiences are available in a two seat (Cessna 152), or three seat (Piper PA28) aircraft and can last for 20, 30, 40 or 50 minutes.
Take control of the aircraft yourself…
This flying experience starts with a full flight briefing from one of the Fly Nqy highly qualified and experienced flight instructors before being taken to your aircraft.
During the flight, you will be given the chance to take the controls of the aircraft, sitting in the captain’s seat in the cockpit. Under the supervision of your instructor, you will (if you wish) assist with the take-off and landing of the plane, as well as being provided with the opportunity to experience handling and flying the aircraft – all whilst admiring Cornwall from this unusual vantage point.
On purchasing a flight, you will receive a personalised gift voucher for the recipient with the details of their flight. Gift vouchers are valid for 12 months and can be used at any time during the year. On completion of the flight the recipient will receive a personalised certificate providing the details of their flight.
Why not share the pleasure of flying with your friends and family by taking up to two extra passengers in a four seat aircraft or, try our Land Away Flight Experiences – navigating and landing at a new destination, such as The Isles of Scilly or Land’s End, before returning back to Newquay?