Normally sold for £79, we are very pleased to be able to offer
as a Father's Day Special Deal
Two Winch Launch Lessons for £39!
This offer is now closed. Please use the menu under Lessons/course and then Trial lessons/ courses for our normal vouchers.
Openings hours are:
The airfield is on the north east edge of Bicester, about a mile from the town centre.
Your sat nav will generally take you to the wrong entrance to the airfield (some online mapping software does this too, marking the blocked off entrance) so have a good look at this map. Our entrance is near where the letter A is shown on the Skimmingdish Lane section of the ring road. You might find it worthwhile to look at Map view, Satellite view and Street view to fully orientate yourself. Note that there are TWO Skimmingdish Lanes, and that the entrance on Queen's Avenue is closed off.
From the South and town centre:
Take the A4421 (Buckingham Road) north east out of town. Go straight on at several mini-roundabouts, past Bicester North railway station (under a bridge), past a speed camera until you get to the first big roundabout. Turn right (east) at this roundabout on the A4421 (ring road), signposted towards Aylesbury. The airfield entrance is 100m on your left.
From the East (A41 from Aylesbury)
At the first roundabout by the Army storage depot, take the third exit on to the A4421 (Bicester ring road) towards Buckingham. Stay on this road going straight ahead at the next two roundabouts. At the third roundabout turn left. At the next roundabout, turn left onto Skimmingdish Lane (still A4421) signposted to Buckingham. You will see the hangars a while before you reach the gates. The airfield entrance is half a mile along this road, on your right.
From the North East (A4421 from Buckingham, Milton Keynes, Northampton)
Follow the A4421 south west towards Bicester. About one mile north of the town you will see the airfield on the left. Go past the first set of gates (the disused entrance), and continue to the roundabout. At the roundabout turn left on to the ring road (Skimmingdish Lane). The entrance is 100m on the left.
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Following a safety briefing and some ground instruction, you will take to the sky in one of our dual-control two-seater gliders, with a British Gliding Association (BGA) qualified instructor or motor glider pilot. You will be shown the basic methods of controlling the glider You may even be allowed to take control of the aircraft yourself with the instructor monitoring what happens via his set of controls. It is not difficult at all. Eventually the instructor takes over and lands the glider.
We want you to have as good a time as possible, to share our enthusiasm for this fantastic sport. After the flight you will be presented with a certificate to prove you did it!
Don't just dream about a flight - do it! You know you want to.