Unique Stag Do Ideas
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by Ashleigh Duggan
1y ago
A stag party is also known as a stag night, bachelor’s party or stag do. Through it, men ready to be married can live their last night as bachelors and indulge in all the merrymaking that bachelorhood entails. This usually takes place in the evening or the weekend before the wedding.  Bachelor and stag parties are quite similar in appearance and experience.  When the guys at stag parties go out drinking in the UK, it’s not unusual for them to dress alike. They’ll chant and sing as they make their way through various bars. The gang will attempt to humiliate the groom by dressing him g ..read more
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Unique Gift Experience Ideas
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by Ashleigh Duggan
1y ago
While material things may lead to an intense spike in happiness (because not even we can pretend that being gifted a new shimmering necklace won’t fill you with joy to at least some degree), research indicates that experiences lead to longer-lasting happiness. This of course makes perfect sense; where our happiness and joy begin long before we even take part in an experience, the memorable aspect of the adventure leads us to reminisce for years to come. Perhaps the most obvious reason why experiences make such great gifts is the long-lasting memories they provide (which is substantially gre ..read more
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The History of the RAF
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by Ashleigh Duggan
2y ago
In April 1911, a Royal Engineers air battalion was founded at Larkhill in Wiltshire. The battalion was composed of companies with airplanes, airships, balloons, and man-carrying kites. The Royal Navy established the Royal Naval Flying School at Eastchurch, Kent, in December 1911. Both were integrated into the recently created Royal Flying Corps in May 1912, which constructed a new flying school and organized new aircraft squadrons at Upavon, Wiltshire. RNAS was founded in July 1914 in response to the navy’s particular needs. On August 4, one month later, the United Kingdom opened hostilities a ..read more
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The History of the Tiger Moth Plane
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by Ashleigh Duggan
2y ago
The Tiger Moth is regarded as among the most famous training aircraft ever. More than 7,300 Tiger Moths were constructed; this biplane was preferred by civilian and military training schools in the UK. Militaries in England, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand trained their fighter pilots on the Tiger Moth. After the Second World War, the RAF phased out this plane. The de Havilland Chipmunk replaced it. Many Tiger Moths ended up in the civilian market that had a huge demand for light aircraft. Today, the various models of the de Havilland Tiger Moth can be seen in aviation museums and private c ..read more
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How to Become a Helicopter Pilot
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by Ashleigh Duggan
2y ago
It’s no surprise that people learn to fly helicopters, they do so for different reasons. Some fly because they have a passion for it, others take a flying experience for the thrill of it while some do so for a living. For some, becoming a helicopter pilot UK is the fulfillment of a dream. For many, it’s a pleasurable hobby. Whatever be the case, you can learn to fly a helicopter in the United Kingdom. There are different avenues open to you. Let us take a look at what it takes to learn how to fly a helicopter, the costs involved, and the licensing authorities. How to Fly a Helicopter? Begin b ..read more
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Top Aviation Gifts
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by Ashleigh Duggan
2y ago
Pilots have a great job, and it comes with a lot of responsibilities too. They travel the world, and they’ve seen things. Pilots have the opportunity to build an enviable collection of knick-knacks, aviation memorabilia, curios, and aviation gifts from all the beautiful cities they’ve visited. Therefore, choosing from the top aviation gifts to give to a pilot friend or family member requires some thought. Read on to learn about the thoughtful and popular presents for pilots. Top Pilot Gifts Coasters – Coasters are always a popular gifting option for pilots and aviators. They are functional ..read more
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Cost of Flying Lessons
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by Ashleigh Duggan
2y ago
If you’re planning on flying lessons and acquiring a pilot’s license, then it’s worth your time and effort to be aware of the flight school costs. There are multiple variables in acquiring a Private Pilot License in the UK. Given below is a breakdown of how the expenses you can expect to incur in learning how to fly a plane. Type of Flying Lessons The types of flying lessons available in the UK vary with the licenses desired. Flight training for the National Private Pilot License (NPPL) can be obtained from flight schools across the UK. Qualified PPL flight trainers instruct students ..read more
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Fear of Flying – How To Get Over It
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by Ashleigh Duggan
2y ago
Scared of flying? Don’t worry you are not alone. Around 25% of people are scared of flying, but why? Having a fear of flying can be caused by a number of factors. Many people say they’re scared because they suffer from claustrophobia or have a fear of heights or falling. Others say because of terrorist hijacking or the plane malfunctioning and crashing. Even though these fears can be irrational, for some people their anxiety is so severe they can’t even go on a family holiday by air! Here at Air Experiences, we love flying and would love to help people feel more comfortable and confident arou ..read more
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How to get into flying and learn for fun?
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by Ashleigh Duggan
2y ago
Have you ever dreamt of learning to fly? Not those big planes that you go on holiday in but little planes, where you can take your friends up for an experience of a lifetime. We’ve got to say the Isle of Wight is always a flier’s top place to go for lunch! Here at Air Experiences, we want as many people to experience the awesome sensation of flying! 92nd Birthday Flight A new pilot taking his friend for a flight Taking a friend for her first flight over Oxford 1) First step is to know whether you like flying.  We would strongly suggest you first go for a introductory flight experienc ..read more
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What’s the best present for Valentine’s this year?
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by Ashleigh Duggan
2y ago
‘What to get for Valentine’s Day this year?’ is probably one of the most popular questions right now, and with Covid-19 in the way it does seem unanswerable.  Here at Air Experiences we have the answer! Our Flight for 2! The perfect gift for Valentine’s day, where you’ll get to share your flight with your one and only. Adventure around and admire the local sights and iconic landmarks at one of our locations below:  Bicester Oxford Cardiff Stratford upon Avon  This is the present for those couples who want to make a memory they will never forget!  Card ..read more
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