flying activities parachuting gliding skydiving microlight etc in Berkshire
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Flying Activities Throughout Berkshire

Learn how to fly with flying lessons, or explore the wonders of flying with flying, gliding, skydiving etc in Berkshire...


A range of flying activities such as gliding, parachuting in Maidenhead, Ascot, Upper Basildon etc





This section covers Flying Schools, Gliding, Hang-Gliding & Paragliding, Parascending, Parachute Jumping, Skydiving, Microlighting etc. Learning how to fly would make an ideal gift! Flying Lessons or trial flights in light aircraft, gliders, ultralights and microlights
 

Berkshire Flying

West London Aero Club

White Waltham Airfield, White Waltham, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 3NJ
Tel: 01628 823272     Fax: 01628 826070
E-mail: ops@wlac.co.uk
Web: www.wlac.co.uk

Learn to fly at one of the oldest and best known airfields in the UK.

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Berkshire Gliding

 
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Berkshire Hang Gliding & Paragliding

Thames Valley Hang Gliding & Paragliding Club

17 Dorian Drive, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7QL
Tel: 01344 872266
E-mail: membership@tvhgc.co.uk
Web: www.tvhgc.co.uk

Although the club does not train new pilots, it operates a tour for newly qualified Club Pilots.

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Berkshire Microlight Flying

Berkshire Microlight Club

The Elms, The Village, Upper Basildon, Berkshire, RG8 8LU
Tel: Geoff Emmons 01491 671459

No training is offered by the club, please telephone for membership etc.

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Chiltern Airsports Limited

The Control Tower, Chiltern Park Aerodrome, Ipsden, Wallingford, Oxon, OX10 6AS
Tel: 01491 875 200
E-mail: dennis@chiltern.aero
Web: www.chiltern.aero

Please visit our web site to see the Thames Valley's only Microlight School.

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Berkshire Parachuting & Sky Diving


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