What You'll Get
While airplane seats can be used as flotation devices, inflatable inner tubes are preferable, as they take up less room in one’s suitcase. Float through the sky seas with today’s Groupon. For $74 get an introductory flight lesson from Horizon Aviation (a $199.90 value), with locations in Boston and Providence.
Horizon Aviation is one of the largest flight school in Southern New England, offering 16 aircraft and 10 full-time instructors to help clients’ dreams of flying become lucid. Customers let wings of determination float them to either the TF Green Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island or Norwood Memorial Airport in Boston, whether they are interested in flying for fun, for a career, for transportation, or for decorating acre-wide greeting cards with glitter. Instructors take it from there, and all have hundreds of hours of flight experience as well as the ability to provide peer mediation between frenemy aircrafts. Today’s Groupon provides a lesson with both ground and air instruction, giving customers the chance to fly the airplane with help from their instructor. Additionally, depending on wind conditions, customers’ desire, and the written consent of sun god Apollo, clients may have the opportunity to perform an aircraft take off during their first lesson.
Horizon Aviation is an FAA Part 141 approved flight academy offering clients the opportunity to gain eight different FAA licenses if they choose to continue their education after the introductory lesson, eventually cumulating in a ceremony where aluminum wings are duct-taped to graduates’ shoulder blades where they will remain for all of eternity, except in the shower.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required. 280lb weight max. Must be 18 or older; ages 15-17 allowed with parent or guardian's written consent. Valid ID required. 24-hr cancellation notice req'd or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Non-transferable. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.