Adept aerialists know to never forget their bomber jackets and billowing scarves when leaping off the garage roof with an umbrella. Kick the sky with this Groupon.
$79 for an Aviation Sightseeing Tour for Two ($199 Value)
Over the course of 20–30 minutes, an experienced pilot embarks from Kissimmee Gateway Airport to fly two passengers over Old Town and Disney World for a bird's-eye view of the Magic Kingdom.
Orlando Gateway Sport Pilot Aviation Center
Orlando Gateway Sport Pilot Aviation Center's Ramon Gil's first encountered the spectacle of aerial navigation at an early age, when his family lived near an airport. It was love at first sight. Since then, Ramon has become a flight director and works with student pilots. His partner, Roger Frechette, has logged more than 5,000 hours of flight time since he took to the skies back in the 1960s. Together they have gathered a team of experienced instructors to help spread their love of cloud wrangling and maintain a fleet of meticulously cared-for, FAA-approved aircrafts, including Cessnas and Tecnam Bravo. From their base at Kissimmee Gateway Airport, the pilots lead sport-pilot-training flights, and their crafts carry pairs of sightseers over the area's most beloved landmarks, such as Disney World and Old Town Orlando.
98% of 63 customers recommend
“It was kind of hard to locate and on top of that, though we had set up an appointment, there was nobody in the vicinity to tell us what to do and we got started a...”
“It was kind of hard to locate and on top of that, though we had set up an appointment, there was nobody in the vicinity to tell us what to do and we got started a half hour later than scheduled. However, our pilot was a treat and made for a great experience and flight! ”
“You guys are terrific...pleasant, funny, informative and pro's at a great experience. Recommend this to anyone. You even get to fly the plane!”
“Professional and personal. Will definitely refer people to you. Am also considering continuing flights toward license due to encouragement of team.”