Frequently asked questions


Below are the normal frequently asked questions. If you have any other questions that you don’t see on the below list,  please email us at Email  and we shall endeavour to help you with your query -We look forward to flying with you very soon – The T6 Harvard Team


How do I book an experience flight?

You can book a flight directly on the web sites online booking system. If you are experiences difficulties then please email us and we shall endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible to facilitate your flight.

How do I pay for my flight? 

You can pay as you book on our on line booking system by PayPal. Book A light click here  If you are experiencing difficulties you can email us  and we can arrange a BAC transfer or cash on the day. We have just started using a mobile credit card machine so this may be possible on the day. We also offer a “Lay away plan” So by prior arrangement we can take deposits of £100 per month until you have enough credit to fly – This scheme the flight cost would be £430 due to additional charges. All flights must be paid for before flying.

Is there an age limit?

We have a minimum age limit of 16 for Experience flights as an experience flight is deemed to be a flying lesson completed with a flying instructor.

Are there height restrictions?

For the T6 Harvard we have a height restriction of 6′ 5″

Are there weight restrictions?

The maximum weight we allow in the T6 Harvard is 18 stone which is 252 pounds or 115 kg

What clothes should I wear?

For your lesson wear comfortable cloths, the T6 can get quite warm so a light jacket will normally suffice. Gloves are not needed. You may wear a baseball cap to keep the sun out of your eyes if you wish. Sunglasses may be worn.

Do we operate aerobatics?

Aerobatics may be performed if you wish to experience some basic aerobatic manouvers

What happens if the weather is bad?

If the weather is not suitable for flying on the day you have booked, we will re-book your flight for an alternative date to suit you. We have an online calendar which show the dates and locations available.

Does my voucher expire?

Your voucher will be valid for 12  months from the date of purchase.

Can my voucher be extended?

You can extend your voucher for an extra twelve months for payment of an additional fee (currently £25)

Can I give my voucher to someone else?

Yes. All vouchers are transferable.

Can I get a refund on my voucher if I don’t want to use it.

No, unfortunately vouchers are sold on a non-refundable basis, unless it is returned within 14 days of purchase.

Can I cancel or change a booking?

At least 7 days notice is required if you wish to cancel or change a booking, otherwise the booking is forfeited and no recompense is payable.  Under certain circumstances the flight can be re-booked upon a payment of £50 cancellation fee.

Can I bring friends and family with me to watch?

Yes you may bring friends and family. Please not, no alcohol to be consumed on the airfield and no dogs or other pets allowed.

Are there any discounts available for group bookings?

Yes we usually give a 10% discount to groups of 8 or more

What airfields do T6 Harvard Aviation operate from?

We operate from various airfields in the UK ranging from Peterborough Conington, Biggin Hill and Eshott airfield to name but a few. Please see the calendar and book your flight accordingly.

Where is Peterborough Conington?

Peterborough Business Airport is a privately owned airfield in the English county of Cambridgeshire near the villages of Holme and Conington, 7 NM south of Peterborough – Just North of Duxford – Address: Peterborough PE7 3QQ, UK

Is there a restaurant on site at Peterborough?

Only small snacks available and cups of tea

Where is Biggin Hill airfield?

London Biggin Hill Airport is an operational general aviation airport at Biggin Hill in the London Borough of Bromley, located 12 NM south-southeast of Central London. Wikipedia

Is there a restaurant on site at Biggin Hill?

Only small snacks available and cups of tea

Where is Eshott Airfield?

Eshott Airfield is a former British Royal Air Force World War II airfield in Northumberland, England, 20 miles north of Newcastle, and midway between Morpeth and Alnwick. It is also known as Bockenfield Aerodrome. Wikipedia

Is there a restaurant on site at Eshott Airfield?

Yes they have a very nice little cafe which serves hot food and beverages

What are our terms and conditions for flying with T6 Harvard Aviation?

Please view this link to see our full terms and conditions – Link