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Flying a microlight

We are based at Lee on Solent, on the South Coast near Fareham, Gosport and Portsmouth. We fly in scenic surroundings close to the coast around Portsmouth and Chichester Harbour, Hayling Island and around the Isle of Wight! A stunning location from every viewpoint! Learn to Fly specializes in microlight flying lessons, trial flights and aerial gift experiences. We are in a great location to offer you outstanding scenery and a truly memorable flying experience.

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Learning to Fly
Learning to Fly

To gain your NPPL (microlight) you will need a minimum of 25 hours flight training with an accredited CAA Flying Instrucor and pass five ground exams as well as your General Flying Test to obtain your NPPL.

With the right instructor and a healthy dose of motivation, becoming a fully qualified pilot is well within most people's reach.

What we offer 2022
What we offer 2022
  • 30 minute trial flight: £95
  • 45 Minute trial flight: £125
  • 1 Hour Coastal flight £155
  • 60 minutes flight training: £145
  • £10 per hour off when you book a course of 10 lessons!
Offers
New! Landaway half day course to Isle of Wight: £330
Gift Experiences
Gift Experiences

An introductory microlight flying lesson makes for a superb gift for any special occasions, and we can send you a personalised voucher to give to your intended recipient. Just add your special message when making your purchase.

Learning to Fly!

Flying a microlight

Our CFI Ian MacAdam has many thousands of hours on microlight aircraft, so you can be assured of receiving excellent tuition on your road to becoming a fully fledged microlight pilot!

Flexwing training is provided on the superb PulsR and a GT450, the perfect combination for getting your license!

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Our Aircraft

We train on the GT450, the PulsR and also your own aircraft. We can also come to you and train at your airfield subject to the owners permission, and cost. Allowances should be made for travel and overnight expenses. But a quick intensive course can rapidly speed up the process of learning and economies are reaped further down the road. Our average course duration is almost half what the national average is so our training methods speak for themselves.

Flying a microlight