See Texel from the air! Tessel Air organizes sightseeing flights for young and old. You can choose from flights of fifteen, thirty, forty-five or sixty minutes, and sometimes you can even fly yourself. During the flight, the pilot tells you where you are flying above Texel and what you will see from above. Enjoy views of the lighthouse, the various villages and the fishing port of Oudeschild. With a little luck you will even see the large groups of seals on the sandbanks in the Wadden Sea. Opening hours: from April through October opened daily. You can book a flight via the Tessel Air website: www.tessel-air.nl If you want to fly during the winter, please contact well in advance by telephone: +31(0)222311464
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Paracentrum Texel, Postweg 128, 1795 JS De Cocksdorp.
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Many children and adults made their first flight with Tessel Air. From the air you have a beautiful view of this beautiful island located between the Wadden Sea and North Sea. You really see the whole island. In consultation with the pilot, it is even possible to fly above your holiday accommodation. During the 15-minute sightseeing flight, you will recognize the routes you have passed on the island before or discover new places that are worth visiting. The pilot will tell you all about what you see from above during the flight. The lighthouse, the various villages, the fishing port of Oudeschild, too many to mention. If you find 15 minutes too short, you can also book a 30, 45 or 60 minute sightseeing flight with Tessel Air. In addition to Texel, you can also view North Holland or one of the other Wadden Islands such as Vlieland, Terschelling and Ameland from the air. North of Texel you can often see large groups of seals sunbathing on the many sandbanks in the Wadden. The costs of a short sightseeing flight are deliberately exceptionally low so that everyone can get acquainted with the pleasures of recreational flying in an affordable way. An experience not to be missed for young and old!
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