Want to Fly? Fly on a Cessna - 182, Cessna - 206, BN-2 Islander, Piper Seneca over Panama City an see, the Panama Canal Expantion, part of the City of Panama and also you can take wonderfull pictures of Taboga Island.
Want to Fly? Fly on a Cessna - 182 over Panama City an see, the Panama Canal Expantion, part of the City of Panama and also you can take wonderfull pictures of Taboga Island
Fly over San Francisco on board of a cessna and get fantastic aerial views of the City of San Francisco ,Alcatraz Island,Golden Gate. Panoramic views of Sausalito,Tiburon,Angel Island and stunning views of San Francisco International Airport
Are you ready for takeoff on one of the greatest adventures of a lifetime? Learn to fly! Make no mistake, learning to fly is not a simple process, but with our Cessna Experience you will know anything about how to fly. Flight schools all around the world utilize the 172 for training, because its reliability and durability are essential when teaching beginners how to fly. The Cessna 172 is just one aircraft in Cessna’s modern day line, but its longstanding design and unique aesthetic has made this specific airplane a flying symbol for a brand that began in the mind of one man and has since gone on to shape the lives of hundreds of thousands of pilots. Today, the future of the 172 continues to look bright, as aviators young and old continue to see the plane as far more than the sum of its parts.
Experience the beauty of Bulgarian nature with a bird's eye view during our 25-minute panoramic flight. Our plane will fly low over the shores of the biggest Dam in Bulgaria - Iskar. On the way back you will enjoy the green fields and the picturesque villages and villas near Sofia.• 25 minutes panoramic flight • See from above Iskar Dam • Travel aboard the 3 seat Cessna 182 aircraft • Take advantage of unique photo opportunities of the beautiful nature
See the mysterious and awe-inspiring Nazca Lines from the air on this tour from Lima. After the drive down the Peruvian coast from Lima to Paracas, take off over the lines (or geoglyphs, to get scientific) aboard a Cessna plane. As you fly over the Nazca Desert drawings, a UNESCO World Heritage site, take aerial photos and form your own opinions about their ancient meaning — there are many hypotheses! You’ll be returned to Lima at the end of the day.
We provide a unique opportunity to discover Riga or Latvia beauty by flying above all regions. Route can be privately adjusted on request. We offer to fly above Latvia's castles as well, Sigulda, Rundale and many more. Explore the best view of Riga. We offer you a flight over Riga and its neighborhoods on a Cessna 4-seat airplane! It’s exciting, sightseeing and very interesting. Use the possibility to see and take a photo of your favorite places! Give yourself or your friends a chance to have unforgettable moments!
No other Cozumel Chichen Itza excursion will allow you to visit these stunning Mayan ruins in comfort. You’ll be able to reach this majestic World Heritage Site in just 35 minutes! By land? It would take you over three hours. One-way! Here’s how it works. You’ll be picked up by a Fly Cozumel representative at your Cozumel cruise port, resort or vacation rental, who will take you directly to the nearby Cozumel International Airport. Following a briefing by your Fly Cozumel pilot, you’ll buckle up and take off aboard a modern and well-maintained Cessna airplane. In just 35 minutes, you’ll have flown over the Caribbean Sea and Yucatan Jungle and land at the Chichen Itza airport, located just ten minutes from these amazing Mayan ruins. Our certified bilingual guide will be waiting for you to take you on a fascinating journey through the amazing history of the Chichen Itza ruins.
For author Ron Carpenter, his foray into the world of flying and airplanes began with a guy named Hank, a policeman who loved to fly in his off-duty time. After their first flight over Glendale, Arizona, in a Cessna 172, Carpenter was hooked. In So You Think You Want to Fly!, he shares his detailed story of learning to fly and how he eventually became a bush pilot in Alaska. In this memoir, Carpenter tells how he and his wife took flying lessons together, logged air time, passed their exams, and how they purchased several airplanes. He narrates some of their excursions, in-flight experiences, destinations, and near-miss incidents. So You Think You Want to Fly! discusses how Carpenter took the opportunity to fly in Alaska and the wide range of passengers and places he flew. Offering firsthand insights into the world of airplanes and flying, Carpenter gives a look at the world from the seat of a cockpit. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Chuck Ithor. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/160242/bk_acx0_160242_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.