Upcoming Johannesburg Course Dates
Following thirty years of successfully changing peoples lives inside and outside of the UK, British Airways is delighted to return to Johannesburg to run another course in Spring 2018. The course is designed to offer the first significant step towards conquering your fear of flying, and possibly cure you completely in just one day! This is a one day ground course, covering all the technical aspects of flying as well as the psychology and physiology of a phobia. Every single question you have about flying will be answered.
The course starts at 8.30am and includes 3 hours of seminars with British Airways 747 Captain Steve Allright explaining how an aircraft flies, pilot training, turbulence and much more. There will be ample time for questions and answers throughout. Captain Steve will also explain fear and anxiety, and most importantly, teach some techniques to help you break into the fear and reduce your anxiety before and during a flight.
Unlike some other courses we offer, this course does not include a flight after the seminars, so that you can concentrate on the information during the day, without the worry of a flight immediately afterwards. An accompanied flight can be arranged for a later date separately after the course. A copy of our recently published "Flying with Confidence" book and CD is included in the price of the course. The price of the course is ZAR 3,500.
You may book online on this website in equivalent British Sterling or US Dollars when the next date is released, but you can register your interest using the email address below.
We look forward to meeting you and help you start your journey towards flying with confidence. Please do not hesitate to call on 00441252 793250 or email us for further details. We look forward to meeting you.
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