Welcome to Manchester Flight Training the ONLY Fully EASA Compliant ATO at City Airport Manchester.
Manchester Flight Training – City Airport Manchester’s Premier Flying School offer the best quality aircraft with friendly professional instructors. Learn to fly and become a pilot with Manchester Flight Training. From your trial lesson upwards, Manchester Flight Training have the answers.
Your first steps to learning to fly should be exciting and fun providing you with the best experience possible. Here at Manchester Flight Training, we pride ourselves on having the best flying instructors who will give you your first impressions of flying light aircraft and show you the joys which have been experienced by so many over the years.
Learn to fly with Manchester Flight Training. Your first step towards learning to fly would usually be your trial flying lesson in either a 2 or 4 seat light aircraft such as the Cessna 152 or Piper PA 28.
Gaining Your PPL Manchester Flight Training is approved under the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to teach and examine the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) PPL (A) syllabus.
Anyone can learn to fly and obtain a private pilots licence PPL(A) so why not come and have a trial flying lesson with us and experience the enjoyment of flight.
Give the Gift of a Trial Flying Lesson
If you, or someone you know would love to be in the seat of a light aircraft on a journey to obtaining a PPL(A) for recreational purposes or to someday become a commerial airline pilot we can take you there!
Throughout my training the instructors at Manchester Flight Training were very knowledgeable about all aspects of flying and were always very keen to help in whatever way the could whether that be in the air or going through elements of ground school to make sure everything had sunk in!
The range and quality of all the different aircraft was a huge plus and I cannot recommend Manchester Flight Training more highly.
John’s approach to training was right for me especially if you consider my schooling as I was always looking out the window and not inside the classroom but John applied the right amount of pressure when required and gave me his time far beyond what was required to get me through the exams and the result on April 21st 2009 was a pass first time on my Skills Test.