Maybe it’s a lifetime ambition, perhaps a desire for a new challenge or a discerning choice of a leisure activity that is truly different. Whatever your reason, why not let Snowdonia Flight School put you in the pilot’s seat?
We offer flight training using arguably the best aircraft to train on. Our extensively equipped DR400’s which are in excellent condition are delightful aircraft to train on in terms of handling, comfort and outstanding visibility. Flying in these aircraft will add to your training experience.
Our CAA certified flying instructors offer:
- TailWheel Difference Training
- Instrument Rating (IR)
Together with all Ground School tuition and examinations.
Learn to fly with Snowdonia Flight School
We offer various flight experience packages to open up a new world to you, whereby you can see the true beauty of the North Wales picturesque landscape from the sky. Our excellent flight instructors will create an unforgettable experience in arguably one of the best light aircrafts ever designed in terms of visibility.
We offer a state of the art flight simulator, so why not immerse yourself into a truly realistic flight simulator experience regardless of the weather and at a fraction of the cost of lesson.
Stephen Evans – Full Time LAPL Instructor and Ground Examiner
Stephen has been an executive of a number of companies over several years and has established Snowdonia Flight School Ltd based at Llanbedr Airfield. Stephen started flying in the late 1990s and has experience of several different aircraft type. Stephen has also instructed at Conington as part of the British Aerobatic Academy and at Henlow Flying Club.
Richard Jowitt – Part Time PPL & IRR Instructor
Richard has been flying for thirty six years, having trained with the Royal Air Force in the 1980s, he then worked as an instructor at Biggin Hill, before a career with the airlines including Dan Air, Jersey European Airways, Air France, and GB Airways. Richard has more than 12000 flying hours and has flown classic types such as the HS748, BAC One-Eleven, Boeing 737, and A320. Richard divides his time between light aircraft flying in North Wales and working as a consultant Airbus Training Captain in the southeast of England.