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Tillsonburg Flying School - Long Point Ecosystem Tour

Tillsonburg, Canada
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Tillsonburg Flying School - Long Point Ecosystem Tour
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Janet G wrote a review Jun. 2017
Port Rowan, Canada50 contributions20 helpful votes
My husband got me this flight for my Birthday. We took our daughter with us, and we all were extremely pleased with the great tour. We live in Port Rowan, and the pilot and owner ( David Brandon) went lower over our house so we could get a wonderful look. Our daughter took over 140 pictures and they are breath taking. We would recommend anyone to take this tour, except windows may be a little high for children to see out. Be sure to eat at the airport café!!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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finallyitaly wrote a review Jul. 2014
Simcoe, Canada459 contributions17 helpful votes
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I purchased the Scenic Tour for my husbands birthday along with an Introductory Flight Lesson. We both got to go up for the Long Point Tour and it was totally incredible! The flight lasts a little over an hour and takes you over Lake Erie and the inner bay as well as the coast of Long Point. You also fly over the Lake Erie Wind Farm and get to see all the huge windmills from a completely different perspective. We also flew over Port Burwell and saw the submarine on dry dock and because we live in the area we also got to fly over our farm, a real highlight for us! I have a horrible fear of heights but our pilot flew us so smoothly that I wasn't nervous at all! There is a quaint little restaurant on sight that offers a delicious breakfast as well as other menu items, and a small gift shop area as well. There are a number of privately owned Harvard planes kept at the airport and on the Saturday that we were there a number of them were going up....this is a sound unlike any other! My husband had his introductory flight lesson about a week later and I had to stay on the ground for this as it was only a two seater plane. He actually had a hand in the take off and landing and got to handle the controls for most of the flight. It was an experience that he will not soon forget. This was worth every penny and I would definitely recommend it to everyone! I would go up again in a heartbeat!
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Date of experience: July 2014
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