As you know, the fear of flying is actually an anxiety disorder, or also often referred to as flight phobia.
A phobia is an intense fear that is out of proportion to the danger, which is particularly relevant to fear of flying.
Like most anxious fliers you probably know the statistics and most likely even agree that flying is safe.
Yet you have a have a hard time reconciling your very real fear with the facts about aviation safety statistics.
Although you know your phobia is not logical, you cannot “think” yourself out of it.
But of course you are thinking, that’s easy for you to say Capt Ron...
And after 31 years of experience of helping thousands of fearful fliers just like yourself, I completely agree with you!
Don’t take my word for it...
Instead, here is what one of my recent graduates, a formerly fearful flyer named Jim Duke, has to say about his experience of the class:
“My fear of flying story begins in 1986 when I experienced a terrible flight filled with turbulence and a very rough landing. At that point, I said that I’d never fly again.
As a result of my fear, I was limited to travel by car and by train. Yes, I enjoyed the scenery on long train trips, but the length of the trips were exhausting. And there are some places that my car and Amtrak just can’t go!
About half a year ago, I decided to do some research on programs that might help me with my fear and anxiety. I found out that there were plenty of options—therapy, hypnotism, drugs—but none of them seemed right for me.
And then I discovered “Capt Ron’s Fearless Flight.
I explored every part of the web site, watched some of the videos of his many television appearances and read the course description for "Cleared for Takeoff 201" Class. I decided that this program would probably be the right choice for me.
I signed up immediately and began looking forward to going to class. As soon as I signed up, I began to feel less anxious about actually flying.
The Cleared for Takeoff Class was amazing. Captain Ron taught us so much about aviation and how flying is safer than driving on the freeway, a lesson that wasn’t lost on me as someone in front of me nearly caused an accident on my way home.
Following Cleared for Takeoff 201 Class, those of us who wanted to put what we learned into practice went ahead and took the Cleared for Takeoff 301 Flight Class.
I have to say that I completely surprised myself. I handled both flights like a champ…no stress, no nervousness, no flashbacks to the flight in 1986. I actually had fun! I’m looking to fly again soon just to practice my new skills.
The first step in overcoming your fears is to acknowledge them. You are probably already there if you are reading this.
The second step is doing something about it. If you are looking for a program that will help you get on an airplane, this is the one. Trust me…my friends were stunned when I posted a video of our plane taking off. They just couldn’t believe I was on a plane.
Capt Ron, I will forever be grateful to you and your entire FearlessFlight team for giving me my wings again!”
First, we need to take a closer look how exactly our brain hijacks our emotions and why you can’t just think your way out of an evolutionary process that is millions of years in the making.
In this next step, you will learn the single most important key to controlling your fear and negative self-talk. You can’t solve a problem until you know what solutions exist.
Once you understand the key to controlling your fear it is time to learn the power of your mind and how you can use it to your advantage.
Simply put, whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you are right! In this step we will examine your past experiences and more importantly, the limiting beliefs that keep you grounded or in terror of boarding and flying on an airplane.
Commercial aviation is by far the safest mode of transport. We investigate the many myths about airplanes, turbulence, etc. I will also demonstrate to you how your brain is designed to naturally fill in the gaps with negativity, all of which affects your perception about flying.
Knowledge is Power. In this step you will have the unique opportunity to learn from an experienced pilot about both the technical and emotional aspects of flying which will help you finally overcome your fear of flying. When you know better, you do better!
This is where we put it all together for you! You will learn the most powerful tools and effective strategies that will help you manage your negative thoughts and perceptions about flying and help you get on an airplane.
Register now to secure your spot in class. Next, remember that this class is designed to prepare you to take the next step, which is to get outta’ your chair and into the air.
This is why immediately following this class, there is also a Cleared for Takeoff 301 - Flight Class scheduled.
We will be getting a transfer from the class location to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and put into action what we just learned by boarding a Southwest Airlines flight.
I highly encourage you to consider this if you are serious about overcoming your fear of flying.
Here is yet another testimonial from a formerly fearful flyer, the wife of a pilot no less:
“Attending the Cleared for Takeoff 201 Class was the best decision I have made in a long time. Capt Ron and the whole FearlessFlight team is compassionate, kind and extremely empathetic.
Capt Ron’s positive energy and approach to facing your fear helps you realize your full potential in this world. There is a great, big world out there waiting for me and it’s my time to go out there and live my life to its fullest.
Having other “no-longer fearful flyers” is empowering and seeing others tackle their fears is helpful to the process.
Do this. Do this now so you can travel and see your family without taking expensive trains and god-awful buses!
Take control of your negative thoughts and perseverating self-doubt with a little help from Ron and his team. You got this!”
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