20 - 30 Minutes Loopy Aerobatics Flights at 6 UK Venues
• Conquer the skies with dazzling aerobatic manoeuvres
• 20 – 30 minutes flying lesson with a CAA certified pilot
• A truly adrenaline-pumping experience – not for those of a nervous disposition!
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What to expect from this Aerobatics flying experience...
Rules and Restrictions
- Minimum Age: 18 Years +
- Minimum Height: None Specified
- Maximum Height: 6' / 183cm
- Maximum Weight: 14 Stone / 89kg
Taking to the skies in a light aeroplane is far from boring. But if you are one of those people who is always seeking out the next big thrill, you might prefer the exhilarating ride of aerobatic flight.
After a full safety briefing, you’ll be strapped in alongside a Civil Aviation Authority approved flying instructor, who will show you a full range of death-defying moves.
If you’re not too dizzy to think after all that, you’ll even be invited to take the controls and try out some easy manoeuvres for yourself!
Where can I do this Aerobatics flying experience?
This voucher is for a Aerobatics flying activity provided by Into The Blue, allowing you to choose from the following venues:
Anything else I need to know?
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Into The Blue say:
Aircraft fleets used for aerobatic flights at these airfields all over the UK will vary, but all are highly capable of amazing aerial acrobatics. The Pitts Special has to be the most famous bi-plane to pull incredible manoeuvres in the sky - and it's a very pretty looking aeroplane too. The Slingsby Firefly is a UK-designed and built model that was used by the Royal Air Force for tricks and aerobatic flight training, which actually superseded the lovely de Havilland Chipmunk in its trainer role, which is also available. Moving away from the UK to the USA, the world-famous manufacturer Cessna has built thousands of the high-wing Aerobat 152 that has taught many a young pilot to loop the loop, as has the very similar looking Decathlon series of planes. With venues the length and breadth of the UK, you won't have to travel very far to get a taste of aerobatic flight and what it's like to 'pull some G forces'. Every session will start with a safety briefing, which will explain the the effect of these freestyle aerial moves on both the pilot's body and the aircraft - such 'unnatural' moves in the air where you twist and turn in rapid succession certainly push the physics of aviation to the extreme.