The Blue Eye Aviation Club enables would-be airmen and women the chance to travel back in time and receive some wartime RAF training. Budding aviators will receive some briefing, before taking to the controls of a De Havilland Tiger Moth, the aircraft used by the RAF to train pilots during World War II, and experience a ten minute flight across the local countryside. Authentic uniform hire is included, as is a wooden framed photo of pilots with the machine, and after a successful flight, participants are rewarded with a certificate and a glass of bubbly or a non-alcoholic alternative, as well as one-month club membership. An upgrade to fly in a Dambusters Run is also available, with an e-gift voucher given to participants on arrival.
Choose from the following options for a WWII flight experience:
£89 for one (54% off)
£175 for two (55% off)
Blue Eye Aviation Club, situated in South Yorkshire, are flight fanatics who want to share their love of the air with the like-minded people as well as complete novices. The business specialises in vintage flight experiences, and is the proud owner of a World War II De Havilland Tiger Moth bi-plane, the machine in which most RAF pilots began their wartime training.