Learn the ABC’s of aviation & aircraft control from our seasoned mountain pilots. A perfect gift all year-round.
Learn the ABC’s of aviation and aircraft control from our seasoned mountain pilots. A perfect gift all year-round
Learn the fundamentals of aviation in a detailed ground briefing
Get in the driver’s seat and take to the skies to practice the basic manoeuvres of flight with guidance from your pilot
Bring extra friends: share the flying experience, extend your flight to go farther or chose to fly in our amphibious seaplane
Expand your horizons on our hour-long Introduction To Flight Experience, or 90 minute long Introduction to Seaplane Flight Experience in our amphibious seaplane. Under the watchful eye of our commercial pilots, you’ll learn the foundations of good aviation and practice the essential manoeuvres of flight from the exhilarating position of the co-pilot’s seat
As many of our guests will tell you, this is the perfect opportunity to tick learning how to fly a plane off your bucket list; and what better place to do it than amongst the spectacular coast mountains.
Rain, shine, or snow, this awesome flying experience runs all-year-round and only requires one participant. All other sightseeing flights require two participants as a minimum.
Amplify your Introduction to Flight Experience with our 90 minute amphibious seaplane option. In this experience, you will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of flight including the unique differences of taking off and landing on water. On your flight, you will make a landing and a take off from the water, as well as being able to spend time on the water and have the opportunity to steer the seaplane around the pristine waters of British Columbia.
All of our planes have four seats. One for you, one for the pilot, and two in the back.
Our Share The Experience option allows you to bring along friends to fill these seats at a reduced rate of $90 each. Perfect if you’re buying the Introduction To Flight Experience as a gift for a birthday or special occasion. You get to come along, too. It’s a win win.
Before taking to the skies there are a few fundamentals that any want-to-be pilot needs to know including: the theory of lift, visual flight rules, how flaps help generate lift at slower speeds, how to read and understand the cockpit instrumentation, and what on Earth ailerons are! By the end of the briefing, you'll know all you need to know to fly a plane.
Once you’re in the air, this will be your chance to put all the expertly shared knowledge you learned from our pilots into action in the skies above Squamish, British Columbia! There is no set route on this flight, so you will get the opportunity to carve your own journey through the Coast Mountains under the watchful guide of your pilot.
Passengers are no longer required to wear a mask on board their flight, and will no longer be required to answer a health check questionnaire prior to boarding. Our aircraft and office areas will continue to be sanitized after each flight and all staff will be respecting physical distancing. If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask on board your flight you are more than welcome to do so.