Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about our Fearless Flying course? Take a look at our frequently asked questions below. If your question is not answered here, please contact us via our contact page.

Can I talk to somebody about my flying fears or the course in general, is this possible?

Yes, Andy would be happy to chat through any questions or concerns you may have. Please contact him on 07850 969915 or by filling in the form on our contact page with your phone number and a few suitable times to give you a call back. 

Can I bring someone to support me?

I prefer to work strictly on a one on to one basis as the key to the course is a deep understanding of a persons triggers that cause this fear. This involves some very personal questions and I have always found that a person is more comfortable in talking to me if they are not inhibited by another person listening. If you would be more comfortable with having a chaperone in the room this is possible, but I always ask them to sit somewhere away from us.

Will your course help me?

The simple answer is yes. Why can I be so confident with my answer? Because the course is like no other course, hence being taken all the way to Dallas to sort a person’s real fear. I get more referrals from the courses that put you in a room with masses of other people suffering from the same fear, then put you in the environment that you are fearful off, eg an aircraft, take you flying with loads of people with the same fear, were you are likely to encounter at least one person who freaks out when you are trying to hold your fear at bay. Hence, I have refused to teach classes of people over the years and carry on with our unique way of tackling this very understandable fear. The Simulator is such a powerful tool in this process and the rest of the process has been developed after years of research on the subject.

Is the course suitable for children or teenagers?

Yes the course is completelty suitable for people of any age. I have helped many teenagers over the years and the youngest child was only 12. With the course I need to have a parent in the room but in the background only to allow the child to speak openly.

How much does the course cost?

The three hour basic course costs £650 including the simulator session. If I use the Simulator at Gatwick the cost increases to £850. International course are costed individually and the same goes for accompanied flights.