Aerobatic Flight Experience Days

We’ve got a wide variety of incredible flying activities, including wing-walking and aerobatics. For the trip of your life, take the controls of a prop or jet from our fleet and push yourself to the utmost. It’s also possible to take a wild ride up one of the wings to get the greatest view in the house! There’s no reason why you can’t go on a new flying experience from one of the many airports around the U.K.   It’s also a great way to show your love for aviation to a friend or family member. Keep in mind, however, that fear and inhibitions must be left on the ground.

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                  Aerobatics Experiences

                  Prepare yourself for a day of extreme g-forces and gravity-defying acrobatics on the brink of control, from spirals and flips to barrel rolls. If you're bold enough, you may even get to play with the controller under the cautious eye of the pilot.

                  Take a Risk on Your Nerves by Trying Out Wing Walking

                  How do you improve your aerobatic flying? Wing walking on the top of an aircraft is an amazing way to add a dash of crazy to your vacation. An average of 3 times your body mass in g-force will be felt, along with rates of up to 150mph and spectacular manoeuvres meant to put your psyche through its paces. It doesn't matter whether it's a bucket list item or a present for a friend adrenaline junkie, you can be certain that it's going to be an incredible experience.

                  So, What Exactly Is This Thing Called “Wing Walking?”

                  You'll be able to walk on the wing of a historic aircraft as part of a wing-walking experience. You'll first be fitted into a five-point harness. You'll see the aircraft do low-level flypasts between 100 and 700 feet as soon as you're in the air. The aircraft will be travelling between 80 and 110 mph on average.

                  What Type of Aircraft Does the Wing Walking take place on?

                  The Boeing Stearman is a popular biplane for these wing-walking adventures.