How To Get Free Flying Lessons

If you have dreamed of soaring through the blue skies, knowing how to get free flying lessons will help you fulfill that dream.  Flying lessons are becoming more popular among the daredevil crowd.  Getting free flying lessons is just an added incentive.

  1. Check local advertisements for coupons.  Many flight schools offer free flying lessons in local ads in hopes of pulling in new students.  The flying lessons are often given without any restrictions.  You may even get a discount on future flying lessons by mentioning where you found the ad.  Places to look for ads featuring free flying lessons include the local paper and any bargain publication.
  2. Do an online search.  An online search of free flying lessons in your city should give you various options.  With technology becoming a bigger part of today's world, many flight schools have turned to the Internet to recruit students.  As with the local advertisements, you may be able to find discounts on future flying lessons once you have finished the free ones.
  3. Contact the flight school directly.  The flight school in your area may be running a promotion that will give you a certain amount of free flying lessons.  If not, you may be able to negotiate free flying lessons in exchange for agreeing to sign up for additional lessons.  

Learning to fly is an admirable ambition.  Once you have scored your free flying lessons, make the most of them.  Be attentive, ask questions, and most importantly, have fun!



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