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We’ll chat to you as a person and deal with your problems on a personal level and you can have a top-up course FREE of charge whenever you want it. And our support continues after you’ve left us, you can call, email or chat on messenger…we’re here for YOU.

So far in 2019 we have talked about

  • Using medication
  • Not being allowed to get off
  • Feeling hypersensitive
  • Sensations
  • Being out of control
  • Turbulence
  • Taking off
  • Letting my family down
  • Just not liking flying
  • How does it stay up
  • Claustrophobia
  • Build up to flights

On Saturday 27th October 2018 we discussed

  • Falling out of the sky
  • Think I’m going to die
  • i worry about everything
  • Over analysing things
  • Take off … I hate it
  • Worried about the journey home
  • Getting on board
  • Flying the plane in turbulence
  • How does the pilot cope
  • Fire on board
  • Crew Training
  • Old planes
  • Birds on the runway
  • Sensations

In March, April, May, June, July August and September 2018 we covered everything!

  • airpor lighting
  • Staying upp
  • Bad weather
  • Flaps
  • Noises and sounds
  • Heights
  • Doors closing
  • Sitting without moving
  • Waiting for something to go wrong
  • Short runways
  • Hypnosis
  • Training
  • Garden sheds
  • Hot runways
  • Fear of flying
  • Cabin crew messages
  • Water air visibility
  • Nothing keeping you up you
  • stories about planes
  • Crash landings
  • Wings falling off (they can’t)
  • Delays
  • Technical delays/li>
  • Wanting to be in control
  • Flying in rain
  • Only flying short haul
  • Can’t get off
  • Turbulence
  • Turbulence
  • Air pockets
  • Other Courses

In February 2018 we discussed

  • airports
  • Pilots’ training
  • Thunderstorms
  • Flaps
  • Noises and sounds
  • Heights
  • Doors closing
  • Can’t move around
  • Waiting for things to go wrong
  • Too heavy to take off
  • Clouds
  • Take off
  • why planes fly
  • Short runways
  • Fear
  • Cabin crew faces
  • Water air visibility
  • Nothing underneath you
  • stories about planes
  • Hudson River
  • Structure of plane
  • Faces of cabin Crew
  • Worse after having childre
  • Losing control
  • Flying at night
  • Only flying short haul
  • Can’t get off
  • Turbulence
  • Anxiety building up
  • Air pockets
  • Not natural

On the 30th March course we discussed these subjects, and a whole lot more too.

  • Flying in a storm
  • Turbulence
  • Radio failure
  • What if questions
  • How would we deal with a medical emergency?
  • Flying at night
  • Flying in cloud
  • The worries about being judged if someone had a panic attack
  • Take off
  • Climbing through the clouds
  • Being out of control
  • Someone you don’t know flying the plane
  • Crew training
  • Facts and trust
  • Plane may drop from the sky
  • Engines may stop
  • Bad pilots flying towards us
  • What if ATC make a mistake
  • Birds flying into the engines
  • Claustrophobia
  • Absence of choice.
Remember there will never be more than five people on your course. We will answer all of your questions. Despite all the bragging about their success rates from our competitors, there is absolutely no way that they can match the personal attention we can give you. You will leave our course with knowledge confidence and strategies to deal with all your flights … including the one that brings you back home after your holiday!

On the Sat 27th April fear of flying course we laughed and learnt about ...

  • Why is it safe to fly in turbulence
  • Why are we not told what’s going on when there’s a delay … being kept in the dark
  • I worry about the weight of the plane with all that baggage
  • Fear of dying on a plane because of engine failure or fire
  • Don’t like long haul flights over the sea
  • Don’t like it when the seat belt sign comes on in flight
  • Technical faults and human error
  • I would feel better if i could get on and go … don’t like delays
  • I’m always worried on take off … always hoping it’ll get off the ground
  • Hate the feeling of levelling off/falling  just after take off
  • My stress levels get very high and I want to get off
  • I’m afraid of upsetting the balance of the plane in flight by walking around
  • What is V1?
  • Don’t like being in the air … hate having the feelings and sit there waiting for something to happen
  • How does it stay up there?
  • Pilots only know at the end of the flight what’s going to happen at the start it’s all ‘new’
  • On take off there’s a huge surge of power and I feel out of control, I think what if, what if, what if
  • Things going wrong with the plane that no-one has ever thought of.

On Sunday 28th April we talked about and learned to deal with ...

  • Sensations in flight
  • Feel that the plane is safe once the cabin crew move around
  • Moving about in flight
  • Still suffering from a bad experience on my first flight
  • Things going wrong
  • Claustrophobia
  • Lightning
  • family not sitting together
  • Long flights and the  feeling of needing to get off
  • Waiting on runway to take off
  • Go around scared me
  • The mechanics of flight
  • ‘Massive’ thunderstorms
  • Turbulence.
  • Losing and being in control
  • Pilot training

On Saturday 25th May we chatted and chuckled about ...

  • Watching cabin crew faces
  • Making bargains with myself
  • Feeling embarrassed
  • Things are going wrong and not being able to land
  • Blue skies safer than cloudy days
  • Terrorism
  • Turbulence
  • Safety on board
  • pilots leaving the flightdeck
  • Being able to see the ground
  • Air traffic controller putting out on a different flight path
  • How does a plane fly
  • Being in control
  • Panic attacks
  • Feeling sick
  • Anxiety
  • Human error
  • Metal fatigue
  • Mechanical failure
  • Chain reaction was when things go wrong
  • Taking off
  • Just can’t do it
  • Panic attacks

On the Sat 29th June fear of flying course we smiled, laughed and discussed

  • Turbulence
  • Security and terrorism
  • Pressurisation. Where does the air come from for the passengers?
  • pilots leaving the flight deck.
  • claustrophobia
  • Air France accident
  • Flying over water
  • Flying at night
  • why the plane took so long to taxi to the runways… was there something wrong with it?
  • ‘Hitting’ bad weather
  • Turbo prop planes
  • Medical emergencies
  • After take off the plane dropped
  • plane crash TV  programmes.
  • Volcanic ash.
  • Noises

Feed back 29th June

If you were to recommend this course what would be your reason?
  • “It works”
  • “Personal worries explained and answered top up free of charge”
  • “Fantastic course, very helpful and FUN!”
  • “I feel more confident than ever before.”
Which was the best part of the course?
  • “Interaction with others and getting answers to questions that really bothered me.”
  • “Being on a plane.”
  • “The technical explanations.”
  • “Practical facts.”

On 27th July we had a fun day learning about ...

  • Avoidance issues
  • Choices of action.
  • Turbulence.
  • Claustrophobia
  • What other pople think if you have a ‘problem’ when flying.
  • How planes fly.
  • Strategies.
  • Breathing and relaxation techniques.
  • Rituals.
  • How partners can help..
  • Giving control to the crew.
  • Facing the fear.
  • How an airline course made the fear worse. (35 people out of the hundred present didn’t take the flight)
  • Air crash detective programmes.

Feed back 27th July

If you were to recommend this course what would be your reason?
  • “personal attention”
Which was the best part of the course?
  • “being able to ask lots of questions.’
  • “friendly atmosphere”
  • ” getting  used to sitting on a plane”
  • “All of it”

On subsequent courses thru' this year we have chatted and learned about ...

  • Turbulence.
  • Security.
  • Not knowing what’s going on.
  • ‘massive’ turbulence.
  • The possibility of a slow death. (!!!!)
  • A bad flight.
  • The fear of flying.
  • Delay between realisation and termination.
  • Speculation.
  • Emotive language.
  • Airline Courses Hypno therapy.
  • flying in there dark.
  • Sensations and movements.
  • Defying gravity.
  • No Announcments from the pilots.
  • “Cbin crew take your seats.” What does that mean?
  • Flying across the Atlantic.
  • Turbulence in New Zealand.
  • Being ablee to see the crew.
  • Strategies to use in flight.
  • Aircraft shaking.
  • Being in control.
  • Take off.
  • Hope and wishful thinking.
  • Airports.
  • Levelling off.

On 23rd February we had a great day and discussed ...

  • Turbulence
  • Flying over the sea
  • Confidence
  • Pilots sleeping
  • Turbo prop planes
  • Fuel reserves
  • Giving up control
  • The fear of flying

Feed back 23rd Feb

If you were to recommend this course what would be your reason?
  • good environment being on a plane and able to ask question after question even about the same thing.
Which was the best part of the course?
  • “Just me there.”

On 16th August it was a bright sunny day and we discussed ...

  • Turbulence
  • Terrorism
  • Thunderstorms
  • Taking off
  • How planes fly
  • Strategies
  • Relaxation Techniques
  • Where to sit
  • How a partner/supporter can help
If you were to recommend this course what would be your reason?
  • Professional, practical help,delivered with a good sense of humour. Makes you challenge your fears.
Which was the best part of the course?
  • Understanding turbulence.

On March 28th 2016 we drank lots of tea and coffee lunched and understood ...

  • Turbulence
  • How a partner/supporter can help
  • Staying in control
  • Admitting the fear
  • Getting on the plane
  • Anxiety and Panic attacks
  • Strategies
  • Taking off
  • Wanting to get off the plane
  • Being too heavy to take off
  • The plane I’m on is the ‘doomed’ one
  • Fear of crashing
  • How do planes stay up?
  • Emotional language
  • Pressurisation

We discussed these things in the rest of 2016

  • Night flying over the sea
  • Holding on to keep the plane safe/li>
  • Being able to see the ground
  • Coping with being confined
  • Avoiding boredom
  • Cabin crew look too young
  • Having a heart attack
  • Keeping control
  • Food poisening
  • Passing fear to children/li>
  • Feel irresponsible to fly without my kids
  • transferring my fear
  • Irresponsible parenting
  • Terrorism
  • Bombs
  • De-presurising
  • Claustrophobia
  • Thunderstorms
  • Being up there!
  • Effect of drugs
  • Are crew properly qualified?
  • space between planes
  • Thinking about flight home
  • Flying thru clouds
  • Bermuda triangle
  • Emergency landings
  • Dealing with medical emergency

So far in 2017 we've had lots of laughs and discussed ...

  • Turbulence over the sea
  • Jinxes and charms
  • Overthinking things
  • Sensations Taking off
  • Getting on the plane
  • Leaving the kids at home
  • Sitting in Aisle seats
  • Returning from Holiday
  • Feeling out of control
  • watching the cabin crew
  • Panic attacks
  • Seat belt signs
  • Human Factors
  • Flying thru’ storms
  • Build up b4 flight
  • Anxiety
  • Turbulence and air pockets
  • Catastrophising
  • DVT
  • Walking around
  • Flying over the sea
  • Being away from home
  • air sickness
  • Night flying

In June July August September 2017 and four one to one courses we covered

  • The fear of flying
  • Landing
  • Short Runways
  • Choppy skies
  • Apparent speed
  • Anxious about falling
  • I don’t like flying in certain weather
  • Can’t see what’s going on
  • Struggle in the cruise
  • Prefer to be close to the ground
  • Turbulence
  • Taking off
  • The plane just dropping
  • Crashing and dying
  • Pilot losing control of plane
  • Bombs on board
  • Not trusting the pilots
  • Airport delays
  • Turbulence
  • Heights
  • Claustophobia
  • Blind panic mode
  • Being in control
  • Angle at take off
  • Plane falling out of the sky
  • Birds in engines
  • Pilot training
  • Turbulence
  • Feeling sick
  • Watching the cabin Crew
  • Cloud Formation
  • Not knowing what’s going on
  • Cabin Address from pilot
  • Anticipatory anxiety
  • Fear of Fear
  • Not a calm environment
  • General anxiety
  • lightning strikes
  • Unfamiliar setting
  • Accuracy of take off weight
  • How are statistics worked out
  • Flown twice in 26 years!
  • Claustrophobia
  • Blocked ears
  • Enjoy looking out
  • Don’t like heights
  • Airport delays
  • Thunderstorms
  • Flying at night
  • Being ‘in flight’
  • Air worthiness
  • Low cost Airlines
  • Fear of falling
  • Safety procedures
  • fear leading uop to flight
  • Worrying while on holiday
  • Fear affects my family
  • Being out of control
  • Cannot get off
  • No re-assurance from crew
  • Sounds
  • Noises
  • Other passengers behaviour
  • Noises of wheels
  • Background noises
  • Go Around
  • Feeling of movements
  • Air Disaster movies
  • Side to side movements
  • Smooth Landings
  • Bumpy take off
  • Sensation in hold
  • Sensible and fearful heads
  • Ridiculous feelings but can’t help it
  • Why turn off seat belts
  • How does a plane fly
  • Avoidance strategies
  • Terrorism
  • Emergencies
  • Pressurisation
  • Engine stopping at take off

And in January and February 2018 so far we've talked about

  • Gusty approaches
  • Falling from the sky
  • “Dancing in the air”
  • Electronis devices
  • things that interfere with the plane
  • Being on high alert
  • 30 years old … getting worse!
  • Unable to get off
  • Fear of falling
  • Fear of plane falling apart
  • Booking flights
  • Smells and noises
  • Quick turn arounds
  • Quick maintenance
  • Human Factors
  • Daren’t look out of window
  • Daren’t move out od seat
  • Black listed airlines
  • Security
  • What holds the plane up?
  • Faces of cabin Crew
  • Worse after having childre
  • Losing control
  • Flying at night
  • Only flying short haul
  • Can’t get off
  • Turbulence
  • Anxiety building up
  • Air pockets
  • Not natural

And this isn’t all, you can operate the passenger door and you can sit in the cockpit. You can how much or how little we move the controls in turbulence, operate the reverse thrust levers and set the flaps. Sit in the cockpit and let captain Keith take you thru’ the takeoff and landing procedures.


… and don’t forget, that on your course we discuss and explain the things that YOU  want to talk about. We don’t tell you how you should behave or think because each person is different, but we help you to find the strategy and the knowledge that is important and useful to you. The sooner you book this course the sooner you’ll be flying and remember you can come back for a FREE top-up course anytime you need to.

Ask Virgin,  British Airways or  Easyjet if they will offer you that They won’t because they want your money. We want your success.

You’ll see that the same subjects are of concern to people and you’ll also see there are some subjects that only come up occasionally. This is evidence that our courses are designed to help the needs of individuals. This is the only way to address your fear of flying and develop a long term strategy to deal with your fear. It’s worth saying again we don’t do tree hugging, trickling water or jumping up and down waving and ‘connecting’. We do what works. THE WHOLE WORLD TO GAIN AND NOTHING TO LOSE

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