Are you or is someone you know looking for helicopter flying lessons in the North West?

HeliSpeed Academy is based in the North West and offers a wide range of flight training courses. From beginners training to advanced, we’re confident you’ll find the course that works for you. If the course you’re looking for isn’t visible on our website, get in contact with us, we may be able to gain ATO approval and run the course for you.

As well as running a range of advanced flight training courses in the North West, we offer training for those wanting to succeed in the military and government career path.

Our North West flying school also offers trial lessons for those who are looking for a taste of the aviation industry. These can be purchased directly through our website or via a helicopter flight gift voucher.

We are based in a great location by the coast so by choosing to learn through us, you’ll see some truly stunning sights during your helicopter rides in the North West.

We believe in offering a truly unforgettable experience and each student gains all of the knowledge and practical skills that they need to succeed as a pilot. Even during our introductory flight, we encourage you to take control of the aircraft.

Get in contact with us to find out more information.

About the North West of England

The North West is made up of 5 counties, Lancashire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Cheshire. On a clear day, some incredible sights of these counties can be seen during our helicopter flights across the North West.

The North West of England is home to parts of three National Parks including the whole of the Lake District and small areas of the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District. Some areas of the North West are also located by the coast, so you’re sure to see a range of beautiful views during your North West helicopter lesson.

Please note: HeliSpeed Academy is a CAA Approved Training Organisation and performs all these flights in accordance with CAA document “Introductory Flights – Guidance to Operators”.