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Steven R.
Report | 3 months ago
Very pushy to sell you stuff
Mark D.
Report | 6 months ago
Well worth it to add the extra person in the plan so they can experience flying with you.They can take a video and great pics of you while you are flying.
Rebeca C.
Report | 7 months ago
I bought the flight lesson for my brother as a bday gift. The price was great for the service received. My brother loved the gift and said that he was able to fly for an hour after getting the instructions. I think this was a great deal!
Patricia N.
Report | 7 months ago
Very friendly staff. Lots of fun.
Leslie-Ann R.
Report | 7 months ago
Great experience! Just bring extra money for fuel costs (around $60)
Report | 7 months ago
Be prepared to pay $60 extra per person for splitting the cost of fuel. I don't mind doing it but would have been nice to know.
sylvia g.
Report | 8 months ago
Had a great, fun experience. Staff and instructor were pleasant.
anthony h.
Report | 9 months ago
check the weather
Robert S.
Report | 9 months ago
Awesome experience! Great instruction. You really get to do everything from takeoff to landing, even on your first flight!
Colin E.
Report | 9 months ago
Be prepared to pay fuel costs, and potentially landing costs (depending on where you choose to go). Also, a log book costs extra on top. Plus it's good manners to tip. That being said, this is an amazing experience, and the instructor I had was so nice and helpful. From the very beginning, they let you take control! Highly recommended.
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A certified flight instructor for single and multiengine aircrafts, Danny Waizman has soared skyward from Farmingdale's Republic Airport since 1996. In a fleet of Cessna, Piper Cherokee, and Beechcraft planes, Danny's students hone their flying skills during one-on-one lessons tailored to each pupil's pace and goals, such as achieving a private pilot license. For apprentice aviators eyeing a piloting career from the get-go, Danny's career pilot program––based in New York City––trains attendees with more than 100 hours in the cockpits of multiengine planes. Alongside training the next wave of captains, Danny’s team supplies holey kites and airborne aficionados aching for postgrad midair excursions with aircrafts for sale.

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