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As many as 35 out of 100 people develop a form of fear of flying sooner or later. How is this possible? Fear of flying arises, for example, from unpleasant experiences. Sometimes it is, often unconsciously, transmitted by people in the immediate environment.
Fear of flying is a major obstacle for vacations, business trips or visiting family. Fortunately, there is something to be done and we would like to help you with that.
Fear of flying differs enormously per person. Therefore, the program is tailored to what you need. Conquering fear of flying can be scary and confronting. Our specialists have experience with this and guide you step by step through this process. You follow the program at a pace that you feel comfortable with. The training is available from 60 minutes. The longer you book the training, the more relaxed you can be.
You always start outside the simulator with a conversation with our specialist, just at the table. During a cup of coffee, tea or soda, we determine what exactly your fears are. Later in the training we will focus on the parts that are relevant to you.
Then the instructor gives a brief explanation of what the pilots do in the air.
When you are ready, you and our specialist take place in the simulator. Nothing happens yet, just sit down and take in the impressions of the cockpit. The instructor gives more information and explanations about flying.
The next step is that we start flying the simulator. Of course, we start quietly and gradually build up to it. In doing so, we focus on the points that are difficult for you. For example, we might fly with turbulence or poor visibility. The instructor will go through various scenarios with you and explain how things work in the cockpit. Because it is a full motion simulator you feel everything just like 'in real life'.
The simulator is an exact replica of an Airbus A320 cockpit. All buttons and instruments work like in real life. The simulator moves while flying and is therefore indistinguishable from the real thing. This gives you the feeling that you are flying, but it is a lot less exciting.
This training is given in Ostend, a town on the west coast of Belgium.
|Persons||1 - 5|
|Only available during in its season. Please check the validity of your voucher.|
|Age||Min. 12 years|
|How you participate: is it a flying lesson or do you fly along.|
|Indicates whether the time periods listed are block times or flight times. Flight time is the time in the air. Block time means from engine on to engine off, thus including taxiing.|
|Valid for||2 year|
|How long the voucher is valid after issue. Dit geldt alleen voor nieuwe bonnen.|
|60 minutes||€ 199|
|90 minutes||€ 289|
|120 minutes||€ 399|
|half day||€ 589|
|entire day||€ 1,059|
|Cost Flying without fear training Ostend|
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