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Virgin Atlantic launches Flying Without Fear Book

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 Following the success of Virgin Atlantic's Flying Without Fear (FWF) courses the FWF team have brought out a book called: 101 of your questions answered. The book contains answers to 101 questions about flying, valuable information from a cabin crew safety trainer, top tips from aviation experts and psychological tools to help people combat their fear of flying.

The book is packed with qualified answers to genuine questions that are posted on the Flying Without Fear website message board and from the thousands of people that have been helped on the courses over the ten years it has been running.

Richard Conway, Director of Flying Without Fear Limited added, "People have been asking us for many years when we're going to write a book to help those who can't attend our courses. Many people who need our help live abroad and without being able to fly over to us, can't visit for the help that they need in order to overcome their fears of flying - with our brand new book, we'll be able to 'virtually' go to them."

Virgin Atlantic, in association with Flying Without Fear Limited, offers one-day courses throughout the year, aimed at teaching sufferers how to overcome their fear. The course includes an optional 45-minute flight at the end of the session.

Courses are now available at London Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Luton, Newcastle, Southampton, Leeds-Bradford, Bournemouth, Edinburgh and Glasgow. The inclusive day course costs 199 plus VAT.

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