Over 35 Years
AFRAID TO FLY? YOU'RE NOT ALONE!
Almost 25 million Americans prefer not to fly. Some have never flown, others fly but are fearful, and many simply refuse to fly.
The fear of flying puts one at a disadvantage in today's mobile society. It affects family relationships, career advancement and the ability to enjoy life. While commercial aviation is the safest means of travel, the fear of flying is real. There is help!
WHAT IS THE PROGRAM?
Using a small group approach over two weekends, the clinic provides tools to help people overcome their fear and learn to fly comfortably.
This education provides a solid foundation and our licensed behavioral counselors will add tools to help manage fear. There will be plenty of time to get all of your questions answered by our experts on staff!
I would like to send along a huge thank you for all your help and support the past two weekends. All of the staff was hugely supportive and I don't think I would have been able to board that plane without your assistance. I made an 8X10 print of the photo of me in the flight deck and have it proudly displayed in my cubicle at work. My friends are very excited for me and I'm actually looking forward to my next trip--to Disneyland! Again, thank you!!! ~ Colleen Sanford, 2010 FOFC Graduate
<< 2010 FOFC graduate Colleen Sanford sitting in the flight deck after her graduation flight (with Alaska Airlines Captain David Steadman).