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What You'll Get
Since the dawn of time, mankind's fascination with flight has been rivaled only by our quest to brew the perfect pot of tea and our insatiable need to chicken dance during wedding receptions. Indulge at least one of these inborn urges with today’s Groupon for an introductory flight lesson at Burlington Aviation in Burlington. Choose between two options:
• For $49, you get a 30-minute lesson (a $99 value).
• For $99, you get a 60-minute lesson (a $198 value).
An FAA-approved Part 141 flight school, Burlington Aviation educates adventure-seekers on the intricacies of expeditions into the upper atmosphere. Experienced pilots replace classrooms with cockpits, guiding students through one-on-one in-flight instruction. Soak in the scenery at the controls of a Cessna C172SP G1000 while absorbing lessons on maintaining speed, controlling altitude, and avoiding collisions with untethered parade balloons. This hands-on lesson enables students to take the sticks under the watchful eye of their co-main-pilot, and because Burlington Aviation is located at a non-towered airport, pilots can maximize flight time without the hassle of taxiing and waiting for clearances.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 14 or older. Subject to availability and weather. Standard policies apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Burlington Aviation
Approved by the Federal Aviation Administration for flight instruction, Burlington Aviation helps aspiring aviators to take to the skies. The outfit rigorously cares for a fleet of six aircraft. Students can rent aircraft for logging aerial hours under the watchful eye of an experienced, professional flight instructor. Burlington Airport does not have a control tower, meaning students spend less time waiting on tower clearance to take off and land and more time trying to fly higher than a pet griffin.