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Flying Activities Throughout Dorset

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

A range of flying activities such as gliding, parachuting in Christchurch, Dorchester, Wareham 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

Dorset Flying

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Dorset Gliding

Bath, Wilts & North Dorset Gliding Club

'The Park', Kingston Deverill, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7HF
Tel: 01985 844095     E-mail:   

We offer gliding for beginners, vouchers for a trial flight and one day courses. We are also a club for those who wish to take up gliding.

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Dorset Gliding Club

Eyres Field, Puddletown Road, Hyde, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 7NG
Tel: 01929 405599     Weekends Mob: 07784732648

A friendly club that offers trial lessons and welcomes safety conscious visitors.

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Dorset Hang Gliding & Paragliding

Flying Frenzy Paragliding Ltd

Manor Cottage, West Bexington, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 9DF
Tel/Fax: 01308 898777 Mobile: 07990505725

Paragliding school running training courses using the hills and coastal sites of Dorset.

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Dorset Microlight Flying

Swallow Aviation

Stour Row, Shaftesbury, SP7 0QF
Tel: 01747 838642    Mobile: 0791 9001253     

Trial flights from £49.00.

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Dorset Parachuting & Sky Diving

Devon & Somerset Parachute School Ltd

30 Tower Way, Dunkeswell, Devon, EX14 4XR
Tel: 020 7229 9183     E-mail:

Based at Dunkeswell Airfield in East Devon, offers parachute courses for beginners.

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