Be a fighter pilot for the day in a World War II high powered military aircraft. Experience high speed, high 'G' aerobatic manoeuvres with this adrenalin-pumping aerobatic flights Melbourne.
Each flight includes as much as aerobatics as you want to do, your pilot will talk you through all the manoeuvres as you sit in your very own fully functional cockpit. Go from four times the force of gravity to weightlessness in less than five seconds, and accelerate from zero to over 300 kilometres per hour in under five seconds.
These flights are simply the ultimate aerial experience and will have you knock kneed and grinning ear to ear for weeks.
You can choose to fly out of either Moorabbin (South East Melbourne) or Barwon Heads (near Geelong) airports.
|Adult||$285.00 - $305.00|
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Adventure Flight Co. is a Great Ocean Road and Melbourne based flight company offering a range of individual, couples and group flight experiences.
Adventure Flight Co offer aerobatic flights where you will fly in a Warbird WW2 Fighter Plane. For one or two passengers, the combat flights are designed to take you and a friend to 5,000 feet in ex-military fighter aircraft. Purchase either a single flight and we will match you to another flyer or go head to head with a friend. You'll loop the loop, zig & zag through the skies.
For a completely difference flying experience you can enjoy the scenic Surf Coast and Great Ocean Road views from the biplane open cockpit Grumman Agcat. Seats two passengers who dress up like the aces of yesteryear, complete with goggles, scarf and flying jacket. Flying at sunset is truly romantic.
Alternatively, indulge in the comfort of a scenic flight to the 12 Apostles. Depart from Barwon Head's airport and fly the whole Grear Ocean Road in 90 minutes return. The new aircraft seats eight passengers with over sized windows and air conditioning. Seeing this natural beauty from the air is magnificent.
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