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(Wingly is a respectful community, so I won’t use his name.) He could indeed fly me to Bristol. “The pilot has no obligation to undertake the flight if the conditions are not optimal.” That is one of a number of rules and procedures that Wingly imposes to keep the experience safe.

Most of them are obvious: no smoking, don’t bring anything dangerous or illegal, and don’t touch any of the controls — even the door lock, unless the pilot instructs you.

The location, midway between Watford and Borehamwood, and barely half-a-mile from the M1, sounds less than idyllic.

Flights may be sightseeing jaunts, on which the pilot is boosting his or her hours in the air; there-and-back excursions, hopping across to the Isle of Wight or crossing the Channel to Le Touquet; or, as I had booked, a one-way business trip.

You can also bid for a flight — saying roughly where you need to be, and when, and hoping that one of the flying community is willing to help.

The organisation also requires a scan of your passport, even if you are going no further than the west of England.

Unlike commercial flights, you have to specify your weight, and that of your baggage, in advance, so the pilot can make weight-and-balance calculations.

But the pilot was ice-cool and professional, even as crystals of ice started to form on the wings and the windscreen.

“We’ll keep an eye on the build-up and I may ask to descend.” On the pilot's tablet computer, I could keep an eye on progress.But before the plane reached the 70mph that motorists on the M1 just ahead were doing, we were airborne. We flew over the morning misery of the motorway, traversed Watford and rose high above Rickmansworth — to the staccato soundtrack of controllers choreographing the busiest skies in the world.Once airborne, the private plane is a peer to the Jumbo jet and the Airbus A380.For the passenger it promises an exhilarating experience along with transportation. Carrying one or more passengers helps keep the cost of their indulgence down. On the website, you can survey the flights available.“London” covers a multitude of departure points, from Fairoaks in Surrey to North Weald in Essex.I wasn't especially hopeful of making the trip, since the weather forecast was dismal, with low cloud and stiff winds.

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