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Gliding is not an elitist sport, anyone can have a go,and we occaisonally fly people with disabilities, including the hard of hearing, those in wheelchairs, and people with other special needs (with enough determination almost anyone can become a glider pilot). We would find it difficult to fly people who are over 17st (110Kgs) or over 6'4" (1.93 metres) tall.

 

Before coming to the airfield however please bear in mind there are certain restrictions that may exclude you from flying on the day. These include having recently consumed alcohol, or suffering from a cold or flu. Additionally, if you are pregnant or suffer from some medical condition such as epilepsy or high blood pressure, or being on certain medication, you may need to consult your doctor before flying.