Flight Over Costa Brava



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Fligh time (includes flight, taxing and holdings) 60 minutes
Shared flight No (the flight is only for you and can invite two other people)

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Would you like to photograph the Costa Brava from the air?

Take the opportunity to follow the coastline to the north and back enjoying an unforgettable landscape.


  • Departure from Sabadell, through Granollers and Mataró and following coastline to Blanes, turn back by the same route.
  • Possibility of piloting.
  • The maximum capacity is 3 passengers, provided they do not exceed 240 kg.
  • The price is per  flight, not per passenger.
  • The flight time is 60 minutes.
  • The flight will be operate by commercial pilots.
  • To schedule date and time of the flight must be contacted in advance.
  • The flight will take place in a single-engine Piper Warrior III or similar depating from Sabadell airport (free parking).
  • The flight schedule may be altered for weather reasons.

It's the best chance you have to feel like an airplane pilot.

After making the payment you can call our customer service phone + 34 668 886 668 to confirm day and time of the activity. Flight bookings expire one year after purchase.

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