A guide to the thrillseekers ultimate hen or stag party
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Flying Experience for Stags and Hens
George Watts: Hello, sir. I’m so proud to meet you.
Keith Reynolds: Good morning, George.
George Watts: It’s nice to see you outside the Aviator Café.
Keith Reynolds: Yup. You’re here to tell me sole airdrome and then understand you’re going to come farm with me today.
George Watts: Yes, and what are the exciting challenges? This is what exactly we’re up to.
Keith Reynolds: We’re going to find the macro aircraft from chief flying instructor here to Rochester to Microlights and I’m going to take you airborne in an aircraft over here and teach you how to fly an airplane.
George Watts: This is pretty exciting stuff by anybody’s standards and people watching at home. This is kind of like dreams come true stuff, right?
Keith Reynolds: Yes, I’d like to do every day of cruise is quite normal to me but yet very exciting for first timers. I think it’s quite funny is the riding.
George Watts: So, for all brides to be or grooms to be, this could be a great way of starting and still go ahead and see a party, a quick flight up for them.
Keith Reynolds: Absolutely, yeah. Great adventure, something wonderful today.
George Watts: So, attention stags and hens at home, would you want to tell me at home today unfolds.
Keith Reynolds: Well, certainly if we came down as a group we would take one or more than airborne, take a canvas with them so and it’s quite safe to take a camera of the field experience and those are that are two cannon flying can actually watch the aircraft and get very close to room right here so you’re going to see the type of landing very close and you can the photographs. And I can wander through the left pubs if they want very close to some very nice pubs.
George Watts: Well, on that note I’m ready to kick off and go. How about you?
Keith Reynolds: Yes, let’s get flying.
George Watts: Brilliant, I wander, this way.
Keith Reynolds: Okay, this is direct aircraft we’re going to be flying today and it’s called a Jabiru. It’s actually built in Australia.
George Watts: Really?
Keith Reynolds: Yes, old fiber glass composite aircraft, two seat. It’s just like a little sports car at the rear really.
George Watts: Isn’t the aircraft like VIP already, I haven’t got up yet.
Keith Reynolds: So that’s enough about the aircraft. The weather is a bit changeable today with some low clouds so let’s go and get fun before the weather changes.
George Watts: Brilliant, let’s do it. Let’s see top and fly.
Keith Reynolds: Right.
George Watts: Here we go everybody at home. I’m ready to buy at my first maiden voyage, very exciting.
Keith Reynolds: Now, I get to swing you like this.
George Watts: And that’s where we go. Right, here we go with prepping up, safety check, safety procedures, almost ready to take flight.
Keith Reynolds: Okay, can you hear me right?
George Watts: Yup.
Keith Reynolds: That’s great.
George Watts: I feel like Britney. So where are we heading?
Keith Reynolds: Initially when we take off we’re heading south-southwest from here. We should think to straight over the tens and should be able to see London if it’s not too gloomy.
George Watts: This is amazing. We’re being airborne. I’m starting to be speechless. It’s very great. This is it. I’m about to fly at the mike.
Keith Reynolds: How did it go?
George Watts: This is trying to keep it and kill us.
Keith Reynolds: That’s it. We’re flying the aircraft.
George Watts: Oh, my gosh! We’re coming in for land and with that that is somewhat kind of an experience. Thank you so much.
Keith Reynolds: My pleasure. I’m glad you’re doing it.
George Watts: I’m speechless. It was a very, very rare occurrence. I can see why you’re addicted.
Keith Reynolds: I’m glad you enjoyed it.
George Watts: Thank you so much. Well, let’s depart, shall we? We’re here. I am sold. That is somewhat kind of experience.
Keith Reynolds: I’m glad you enjoyed it. Yes, it was quite good weather up there. It’s not too bad.
George Watts: It’s a weird sensation. It’s almost like you’re floating through the air and it really does can take your breath away in a great way.
Keith Reynolds: Oh, certainly. As soon as you leave the ground, there is no great sensation so to speak. It’s just flying around just everything around is magic carpet really.
George Watts: A little bit in there. I cannot think of a better to way to kick off party. So as a first officer, how do you think I did? Did I pass the challenge?
Keith Reynolds: Yes, George. You did pass the challenge today to go flying and you did very well and if you want to take it further we can teach how to become a pilot.
George Watts: Really? So if people want to come down, give it a try how do they find a light flight?
Keith Reynolds: Just call us up and we’re here at operation seven days a week and just come down and have a go as simple as that.
George Watts: Well, thank you so much for that. Everybody at home, what can I say? I have done some challenges in my time but this is a real deal. Come down and give it a try for stag or hen party.