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Harvard Trial Lessons

The Harvard was the next step for a WWII trainee RAF fighter pilot. We can offer an incredibly rare opportunity to have a trial flying lesson in one of these aircraft. The Harvard is much more powerful than the gentle Tiger Moth, it is a sturdy all metal aircraft with a retractable undercarriage and 600 hp PW radial engine which makes it much more like a fighter to fly. This made the Harvard the ideal trainer for an aspiring fighter pilot.

A trial flying lesson in the T6 Harvard is an amazing experience. We not only give you the opportunity to fly in the Harvard, you also take the controls yourself and actually fly a warbird.

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WHAT WILL HAPPEN ON THE DAY

On the day of your flight you will take part and experience Spitfire flight first hand. Click here to learn more about the day.

20-Minute Harvard Trial Lesson

  • 20-minute airborne trial lesson in a T6 Harvard warbird
  • Includes essential safety briefing, flight-suit and boots throughout
  • Gift pack includes Harvard Pilot’s Notes
  • Plan your flight with your pilot – headset communication in flight
  • Fly from Headcorn Aerodrome, Kent in 2018
  • Family welcome – excellent viewing of the runway and aircraft
  • FREE car park, cafes, bars, museum
  • Once your order is processed and your email voucher received, call us to book your date
  • You receive a Welcome Gift Pack; including Intro Letter, Vintage Gift Card and brochure
£449

40-Minute Harvard Trial Lesson

  • 40-minute airborne trial lesson in a T6 Harvard warbird
  • Includes essential safety briefing, flight-suit and boots throughout
  • Gift pack includes Harvard Pilot’s Notes
  • Plan your flight with your pilot – headset communication in flight
  • Fly from Headcorn Aerodrome, Kent in 2018
  • Family welcome – excellent viewing of the runway and aircraft
  • FREE car park, cafes, bars, museum
  • Once your order is processed and your email voucher received, call us to book your date
  • You receive a Welcome Gift Pack; including Intro Letter, Vintage Gift Card and brochure
£749

60-Minute Harvard Trial Lesson

  • 60-minute airborne trial lesson in a T6 Harvard warbird
  • Includes essential safety briefing, flight-suit and boots throughout
  • Gift pack includes Harvard Pilot’s Notes
  • Plan your flight with your pilot – headset communication in flight
  • Fly from Headcorn Aerodrome, Kent in 2018
  • Flight experience approved by the Civil Aviation Authority
  • Family welcome – excellent viewing of the runway and aircraft
  • FREE car park, cafes, bars, museum
  • Once your order is processed and your email voucher received, call us to book your date
  • You receive a Welcome Gift Pack; including Intro Letter, Vintage Gift Card and brochure
£999

YOUR DAY WITH US

ARRIVAL

Aero Legends staff greet you at the Aero Legends dispersal hut and proceed with your check-in. Headcorn Aerodrome has free parking and good facilities with excellent viewing areas of the runway. Headcorn aerodrome has a café and licenced bar, we encourage your family and friends to savour the atmosphere and share your day. Your day will start with a flight briefing where you will receive all the practical safety information required to fly in a warbird

YOUR AIRCRAFT

For our Warbird T6 Harvard Flights we use T6G, G-DDMV. She was originally built in 1943. After serving with various training units she was delivered to the Haitian Air Force on August 26th 1957 and given the serial 3209. The Haitian Air Force took delivery of 10 T6G, some of which were used as armed aircraft and used to counter incursions from the Dominican Republic by revolutionaries. 3209 was returned to the US during 1982, possibly the only survivor of the Haiti T6s.

PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO

Optional in cock-pit footage recorded on a High Definition system that records from a passenger facing mount. Spectators and family members are welcomed to take photos and videos from the ample viewing areas assigned at each aerodrome.