Choose from Four Options
- $108 for a 75-minute discovery flight experience for one ($224 value)
- $119 for a 75-minute discovery flight experience for one – with expiration protection ($224 value)
- $209 for a 75-minute discovery flight experience for two ($448 value)
- $230 for a 75-minute discovery flight experience for two – with expiration protection ($448 value)
Just a few dollars buys you expiration protection. If you don’t have a chance to use your Groupon, trade it in before it expires and we’ll give you the price of the original option back in Groupon Bucks. If you use your Groupon and don’t need the protection, even better—we’ll reimburse the price you paid for protection back in Bucks. Either way, we’ve got you covered!
During discovery flights, experienced pilots instruct students on the basics of navigation, plane controls, and radio procedures during 30 minutes of ground school and briefings before and after 45-minute flights. Those who wish to share the experience with a friend can choose the second option and combine their flight lessons. Then, one student flies to Greenwood Lake Airport in West Milford, New Jersey while the other takes a scenic flight. After the first lesson, students switch seats and return to the airport.
Sky Training LLC
Grounded from flying long ago, an old Lockheed Constellation sits in front of the terminal at Greenwood Lake Airport. Remodeled into a pilot's lounge and rental hall, the converted aircraft now offers views of aspiring pilots as they sharpen their skills under the capable guidance of Sky Training LLC's FAA–certified instructors. The company's training program meets or exceeds FAA standards, with serious flight students receiving practical experience combined with educational DVDs, textbooks, and Jeppesen visual and audio materials. Ground-school sessions cover regulations, flight planning, and radio procedures, and in-the-air sessions impart takeoff and landing skills and help students to master flight instruments. Sky Training also offers scenic flights over Greenwood Lake, teaching all types of professionals how to fly, from salesmen who want to cover more ground to dentists who need to fit their avian patients for braces.