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Fligh time (includes flight, taxing and holdings) 45 minutes
Shared flight No (the flight is only for you and can invite two other people)

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Take the opportunity to see Montserrat from the air or enjoy the views of the Maresme coast alone, with your partner or with two friends, and with the possibility of flying the plane.


  • You can choose the route.
  • Possibility of piloting the person seated next to the pilot.
  • The maximum capacity of the planes is 3 people, provided that they do not exceed 240 kg of total weight of passengers.
  • The price is per flight, not per passenger.
  • The duration is 30 minutes including holding and taxiing.
  • The flight is made by commercial fly instructor pilots.
  • In order to schedule the date and time of the flight, you can contact us at +34 668 886 668 or email online@intradeair.com.
  • The flight will be done in a single-engine four-seater Piper Warrior III or similar with departure from the Sabadell Airport.
  • Park site is free and the airport has a bar-restaurant.
  • The flight schedule could be altered forweather reasons.

The day of the flight we recommend you:

  • Please, come 15 minutes early.
  • Wear comfortable clothes.
  • Bring your camera.

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