Be a WWII fighter ace! Go on an aerobatic flight in our Yak 52 warbird and feel the thrill of high 'G' manoeuvres, loops and rolls as you fly through the sky on a simulated combat mission. Climb onboard a Yak 52 military aircraft and go for the adrenalin-fuelled aerobatic flight of a lifetime!
You'll begin with a full mission briefing which includes all aspects of the flight and the combat sequences that will be flown. You will also be made familiar with the specifics of the aircraft and our safety procedure. Then don your flight suit and your helmet, strap in and prepare for the most exhilarating experience of your life! For the duration of the flight you will be sitting in the back seat of the aircraft, behind your pilot. After take-off we track to the combat area.
You will enjoy fantastic aerial views of the ground along the way. Then we arrive at the combat area, and its time for action! Your pilot takes you through a series of fantastic combat and tactical manoeuvres, including an exhilarating aerobatic flight sequence that will knock your socks off! We tailor the manoeuvres and aerobatics to suit the individual so you can choose for your aerobatic flight to be anywhere from gentle to extreme. As you will be airborne for 25 minutes, you will be able to fully experience what the Yak 52 military fighter/trainer is capable of. This experience is for anyone who likes action and adventure and wants to experience the thrill of combat. After your flight we will debrief and you will be presented with a souvenir flight certificate!
This experience is available for bookings seven days a week, weather permitting. Bookings are essential and are subject to availability. Please allow one hour for your experience. This includes briefing and 25 minutes flight time.
You must be 12 years of age or over. The maximum participant weight for this experience is 115kg and maximum height is 6'1 (182cm). You must not consume any alcohol on the day, prior to the flight. It is recommended that you have a light meal and water before you fly.