Microlight Flying is a unique experience that everyone should try at least once. After taking off in an open cockpit Microlight you will be amazed as you soon reach cruising height.
With the assistance of a CAA approved flying instructor you can fly the aircraft, or you can just sit back and take it all in. You can even reach out and touch the clouds…..if you like! Microlight flying really is the closest you will get to flying like a bird.
We introduce people to our sport with trial flights in the form of Gift Vouchers. These make ideal Christmas or birthday presents, can be purchased online and come enclosed in a full-colour gift card.
Based close to the M1 motorway at Portadown, we are twenty minutes from Belfast City Centre. Newry isn’t too far away either and is only a twenty minute drive also. Once you get to us, we’ll have you at 1000 feet in no time at all, marveling at the fantastic scenery. If you get the flying bug, we can provide training for your pilot’s license. We will help you every step of the way towards flying your own aircraft.
If you are still not convinced if it’s for you or your loved one, then have a look at our fabulous website, the amazing video clips, the fantastic photo gallery or the adventure stories of Microlight pilots flying the world!
Coverage:County Armagh, Down and Tyrone. Occasionally we would cover all of the North
Nearest bus stop:Portadown
Nearest train station:Portadown
Location / Directions
From Portadown: From Portadown head east towards Craigavon. Head towards the M1 motorway, you should come to the Carn\Seagoe roundabout, just facing the BMW garage is Tarsan Lane. Continue to the end of the lane where the airfield is situated
From Belfast: From Belfast and the North East take the M1 motorway to Portadown (Junction 11). As you turn off at the M12, take the turnoff for Carn and Seagoe. You will come to a large roundabout with a BMW Prentice garage on it. Take the turnoff towards Portadown with the garage on your left. Immediately after you turn off you will see Tarsan Lane, facing the garage on your right. Drive down that lane for about 400 yards(right to the end) and you will see the windsock at the airstrip.
From Dublin: From Dublin and the South East first get to Newry. At the roundabout (after the Newry bypass) head towards Tandragee. Get to Tandragee and head towards Portadown. Pass through Portadown as if to head to Belfast and the M1. Follow the remainder of the Midlands & Southwest Directions above
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