Blue Islands is offering a free fear of flying course for 20 people.
Designed by the airline, the two-day Freedom to Fly program will be delivered by Blue Islands’ flight training team and international behavioural change coach Mo Harford-Bury.
The course consists of one day in the classroom followed by an experience flight on the second day, putting what has been learnt into practice.
‘We are lucky to live on our beautiful islands, but travel is essential, and we know a fear of flying can have an adverse effect on peoples’ lives,’ said Blue Islands CEO Rob Veron, who said previous Freedom to Fly courses had been a huge success for attendees.
‘Our Freedom to Fly courses have changed the lives for many Channel Islanders. We received amazing feedback from previous courses, including someone was able to travel see family in Canada for the first time in years and for others it meant they were simply able get on a plane.’
The course will be at Guernsey Airport on 14 and 15 March. For your chance for a place on the course, apply online at www.blueislands.com/freedom by 9 February. Places are free but a £50 refundable deposit is required.
Pictured: Attendees at a previous Blue Islands’ Freedom to Fly course at Guernsey Airport.