What You'll Get
After breaking through the thermosphere, Neil Armstrong famously proclaimed, "That's one pretty big step for a man, considering I just learned how to fly yesterday." Climb to new altitudinal/attitudinal heights with today's Groupon: for $200, you get a romantic flight for two from Washington International Flight Academy in Gaithersburg (a $420 value).
Washington International Flight Academy features a team of expert plane people and a fleet of immaculately maintained aircrafts waiting to take passengers on a romantic jaunt through the clouds. Soaring far above the sun as it sinks into its evening cave, you and your loved one will see the lights of DC and Baltimore in a way normally known only to birds and cloud communities. Achieve heights up to 3,000 feet during the 30- to 40-minute flight, where you will see the homes and scenery of Northern Maryland and be strongly encouraged to identify your own home, lest it feel neglected and left out of the fun. The Academy’s friendly veteran cloud captains, approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, do everything in their wingspan to create a safe and enjoyable experience. Each amorous adventure also includes wine and chocolate service.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservation required; subject to availability. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Washington International Flight Academy
For more than 20 years, the FAA-certified flight instructors at Washington International Flight Academy have safely guided pupils skyward and imbued them with the skills necessary for numerous licenses and certifications. Under an instructor's watchful eye, guests control a Cessna 172 on a 30-minute airborne trek during discovery flights, which can later be applied toward courses for a private or commercial pilot’s license with optional multiengine rating. A commercial pilot’s license qualifies more seasoned flyers for instructor certification, where they learn how to teach essentials, including how to tell the difference between a landing airplane and a diving roc.
Along with in-depth courses, Washington International Flight Academy accommodates patrons with rentals of its massive fleet, charts and piloting supplies from its fully stocked shop, and lodging for out-of-state students.