Aircraft and Air Transport Review, Military Aviation, Flight Schools

Welcome to the Aircraft and Air Transport Review website. We aim to provide you with a full and informative resource covering various aspects of aircraft and air transport, from the Wright brothers’ first flight right through to Concorde’s final flight, and beyond.  We have a passionate interest in military aircraft, and hope to bring our specialist knowledge to these pages for your entertainment and interest. You will find descriptions of unique flight experiences in a range of vintage aircraft, first hand tales of world war fighter pilots, guidance for anyone considering trying their hand at flying for themselves, advice on how to charter a private jet, information on all the very latest Royal Air Force aircraft, and a whole host of aviation resources. We hope you will enjoy the site.

Flight Experiences

Chocks away! Have you ever considered taking a flight in a genuine de Havilland Tiger Moth - the quintessential English biplane? Absorb the magnificent views from the open cockpit as you fly over the rolling British countryside with the wind in your hair. We can put you in touch with operators of the world's largest fleet of Tiger Moth aircraft which have all been lovingly restored. Perhaps you’d rather experience all the thrill and excitement of extreme flying as you perform your own aerobatic sequence in a leading high-performance aircraft? Turn your world upside down and see life from a different angle! We can help you arrange a range of aerobatics experiences in a choice of aircraft, all fully aerobatic and capable of extreme manoeuvres.

Helicopters

Nothing else comes close to touching the magic of vertical flight; from the moment you lift into the air to the second the helicopter settles gracefully back on the ground, it is a truly exciting and unforgettable experience. Arrange a helicopter flight experience through us and see a modern helicopter at close quarters. Then take the stick; climb gracefully to over 1,000 feet and accelerate to over 120 miles an hour, interacting with the pilot via the headset and listening out for air traffic on the radio, swooping over the landscape and then settling gently back on the ground. Cameras are positively encouraged - with an experience this exhilarating you will want to relive it as often as possible!

You might prefer instead to soar above some of the UK's most distinctive skylines in luxurious 1930s style, viewing historic sites from the stylish art-deco seats of a vintage DH Dragon Rapide biplane airliner. The art-deco cabin only accommodates 8 passengers, so you’ll be guaranteed an aisle and a window seat, meaning superb views along with a real sense of how it felt to travel the world in a 1930s airliner. Experience the ultimate in city sightseeing, 1930s style! Whatever your desire, give us a call and let’s set it up!

Welcome to the Aircraft and Air Transport Review website. We aim to provide you with a full and informative resource covering various aspects of aircraft and air transport, from the Wright brothers’ first flight right through to Concorde’s last flight, and beyond.  We have a passionate interest in military aircraft, and hope to bring our specialist knowledge to these pages for your entertainment and interest.

Here at the Aircraft and Air Transport Review you will find descriptions of unique flight experiences in a range of vintage aircraft, first hand tales of world war fighter pilots, guidance for anyone considering trying their hand at flying for themselves, advice on how to charter a private jet, information on all the very latest Royal Air Force aircraft, and a whole host of aviation resources. We hope you will enjoy the site. If you have any suggestions or ideas about how we might improve the website, please don’t hesitate to let us know!

The Aircraft and Air Transport Review website can help you arrange a rare opportunity to relish first-hand the thrill and excitement of flying in famous World War II classic fighter aircraft. Imagine cruising through the air in a two-place, dual controlled, single engine ex-military aircraft that is a part of aviation history. Hear the charismatic growl of a 600 horsepower radial engine - evocative of a bygone era. Can you picture it? Get in touch with us and let’s make it a reality.