Introductory Flight

Experience what it’s like to fly an aircraft
An Introductory Flight, also called Familiarization (FAM) Flight, is essentially a regular flight lesson where you will be flying under the supervision of a Flight Instructor. During the flight, you will be treated just like a regular student pilot and will be involved in all the pre-flight and post-flight duties such as route planning, aircraft inspections, taking control of the aircraft and debriefing normally completed by pilots.

You will get to log the flight just like a regular lesson and will get a chance to see how you like the flying.  Introductory Flight is also a good opportunity to chat with other students and flight instructors and learn more about flying as a career.

What’s Included in An Introductory Flight?

1. Preflight Ground Briefing

Every flight will start with a preflight briefing where instructor will give you a brief introductory to theory of flight, aircraft type, useful aviation glossary and a discussion on the weather and route of flight.

2. Aircraft Inspection

You will be introduced to aircraft components, such as engine, flap and aileron. A preflight inspection will be conducted together with your instructor. Together, you will perform the preflight inspection just as a regular pilot would do. Once in the cockpit, you will be introduced to the flight instruments, throttle, yoke and rudder pedals and how to use them to control the aircraft.

3. Take off and take control

Instructor will taxi the aircraft from ramp to run way and get ready to take off. Under the supervision of your instructor you will be able to pilot the aircraft in take off, turns, climbs, and descents to see just what flying is all about.

4. Landing and debriefing

After landing and parking the aircraft, the instructor will tell you how well you handled the aircraft and what you need to improve. This flight could be the first step to becoming a new hobby, or a new career; it may be the realization of a lifelong dream. Whatever the case, we would be excited to become a part of your flight training future.

Aircraft Type Available for Introductory Flight

Cirrus SR-20

Designed to be the industry-leading training platform that’s also easy to fly, the technologically-advanced Cirrus SR series boasts an impressive list of features and capabilities. Glass cockpit, synthetic vision technology, WAAS capable GPS, embedded Terrain Awareness Warning System (eTAWS), Air Traffic Alerting System (ATAS), climate control and In-flight weather reports with SiriusXM weather and audio,  plus integrated engine indication and crew alerting/warning systems – all features found on today’s advanced airliners!

The aircraft features a durable all-composite structure with the signature Cirrus Airframe Parachute System® (CAPS®), making the SR series one of the safest and most versatile training airplanes available today.


  • 1 hr at $353.00 CAD

NOTE: These prices do not include applicable taxes & fuel surcharges. Introductory Flight must to be paid in advance. Contact us if you want to book longer period.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does Introductory Flight cost?
  • 1 hr Cirrus SR-20 at $342.00 CAD (4 seaters)
Can I bring a passenger with me?
Absolutely! Passengers can fly with you at no additional cost! Note that each aircraft has a maximum capacity, so number of passengers are limited.
Do I need to prepay for the Introductory Flight?
Yes, all Introductory Flight needs to be paid in advance. Please call dispatch to finalize the payment. Dispatch phone number can be found on contact page.
Can I cancel a booked Introductory flight?
Flight cancellation can be made up to 24 hrs in advance by contacting our Dispatch team. Cancellation made less than 24 hours without a valid reason will result in $100 cancellation fee being charged.
How to book an Introductory Flight?
Introductory Flight can be booked either by emailing, calling dispatch or using the online form below.
What's the minimum age for Introductory Flight?
There isn’t a limit on age. Even babies can fly! However, the person seating in front seat must be tall enough to reach control column and pedals in order to take control of the aircraft during the flight.
Can I do Introductory Flight at night?
The Introductory Flight can only be done during daylight hours.

    Online Introductory Flight Booking

    Full Name:

    Phone Number:

    Email Address:

    Aircraft Type:

    Number of Passengers (Excluding yourself):

    Date and Time of Flight:


    *NOTE: If you don't want to type your credit card information, we will give you a call to process the payment and finalize the booking over the phone.