And finally, for those who want to see the lake from above, the seaplane is definitely a unique and exciting experience … Experience the pleasure of being in the cabin, watching the instrument panel, watching the plane travel, or the physical sensation of flying, speed, acceleration, movement in the three dimensions of space, or even watching the landscapes running fast under your eyes …… all this is possible at Como’s Aero Club. The Aero Club was founded on April 6, 1930 by Giuseppe Ghislanzoni, a pilot from Como who fell into the First World War. It has the widest variety of seaplane fleet of Europe and operates in a location and area of great interest; includes all types of modern seaplanes and some seaplanes of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. The Aero Club Como flight school, named in the European field as I-RF / 025, is the oldest seaplane flying club in the world and is also home to the only seaplane flying school in Europe. Beyond its role as pilot trainer and center of scientific-technical and historical culture, it carries out a series of operations and services for the benefit of the community, particularly useful and therefore required in case of disasters or extreme hydrogeological events.