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New Horizons Aviation - Reading

Flight Experience or Introductory Flight Course at New Horizons Aviation (Half Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 180 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver.
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Questions and Answers 5 questions

Q:

I'm very interested in buying this for my husband but it say's that this expires on June 30th? His birthday is on June 30th can this be purchased and used after that date? I'm afraid we may not be around on his actual birthday. Thanks

Amy D.  asked on  Jan 3, 2013

A:

Yes - While this is not normal policy for the program, we woul honor this certificate for your husband. Please give me a call (484) 332-0442 to confirm details.

Dave N.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 3, 2013

Q:

I plan on purchasing this for my father as a gift. I was curious to know if there would be an extra charge as well to bring someone along with him ONLY for the flight portion.

Nathaniel L.  asked on  Jan 2, 2013

A:

Well, techinically there would be an additional charge of $30 for the second person, but don't worry - we will waive this charge for the GROUPON promotion. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

Dave N.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 2, 2013

Q:

ive bought the package but there are np phone numbers in the add, nor are you listed on the 411 directory. What gives? john dykty

John D.  asked on  Jan 1, 2013

A:

The phone number can be found on the Groupon voucher once you download it or print it out.

You can also find their phone number on their website. It is (877) 230-1341.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  Jan 1, 2013

Q:

What is the minimum age requirement? Thank you.

J P.  asked on  Dec 31, 2012

A:

There is no age requirement for the flight, in fact all ages are welcome :)

Dave N.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 31, 2012

Q:

My dad has always wanted to fly a plane. He's certainly never going to become a pilot or pursue this as a real hobby, but one experience would be a dream come true for him. Which of these options, if either, would be better for someone who just wants a singular experience at the controls?

Karla D.  asked on  Dec 29, 2012

A:

For a first time experience other option would work, however if you are just looking for the flight portion alone, Option #1 would save you a little money, and a little time. If their are any considerations of becoming a pilot, or you would just like to make it greater experience for someone, then I'd look at Option #2 -- Dave

Dave N.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 29, 2012

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