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It's great to read so many success stories on this site.
I think I am like a lot of people on here that with the help of others I have managed to start flying again and with each time the fear gets a little less each time. I find myself only really starting to feel nervous a couple of days before which I think is a good sign.
I ve got a flight to Madrid on Friday 30th May for a weekend trip for a friends stag do, only negative about this whole trip is that due to us all booking the flights separately and not co-ordinating it correctly we are all spread over the plan. I think this is the first time where I will be flying without a friend or family member next to me. I ve got to admit it does make me feel a little anxious and the old demons are sneaking in.
I have to say that as a whole I am trying to sue this experience as a positive as I ve got a long haul flight to Cancun exactly a month later, and so I am sure this short haul flight will brush away some of the nerves.
Best of luck to everyone on here and I am 100% sure that everyone on here will be able to eventually conquer their fear.
Treat this as a practise run.
Don't worry about not sitting where you wanted to be, use it as a chance to see how you can deal with it.
Engineers are engineers and i've never met one that wasn't dedicated to the job.
Great crowd of people but I'd never want to be one! Give me the air conditioned comfort of the cockpit not working outdoors in the wet and cold or heat!
I've been retired 16 years and haven't wanted to get back in the front ... 'til I saw the 787