To exchange your experience click add to cart and proceed to checkout.
Once there, enter your voucher number to exchange for a different experience.
To pay the difference on your voucher, please add this product to cart by clicking the button below and proceed to checkout.
Once there, enter your voucher number into the gift voucher field to pay the difference.
Experience the thrill of flying in a Yak-52 Russian Air Force Aerobatic Warbird, as you strap in and experience high G aerobatics, including rolls, loops, and turns, plus the thrill of low flying, all while taking in scenic views of the Hunter Valley.
Take the ride of your life on this 30 minute flight in a Yak-52 Russian Air Force Aerobatic Warbird. Your experienced pilot will give you a full pre-flight briefing, including mission and safety, before you jump on board for an experience that will leave you completely breathless.
Once airborne, your flight will take you low flying through the Brokenback Ranges, and take a turn at a mock bombing attack. You will go through some basic aerobatics to begin with, including loops, barrel rolls and stall turns. The flight becomes more challenging as you experience more advanced aerobatics, including 4-point hesitation rolls, cuban 8, porteous loop, slow rolls, and vertical rolls. If you don't want to do so many aerobatics, you can instead choose to have more time taking in the stunning scenic views over the wineries of the Hunter Valley.
Please allow one hour for this experience, which includes 30 minutes flying time.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
In the event of rain or inclement weather your experience will still go ahead unless contacted by the experience provider
Please wear comfortable flat-soled shoes - no high heels
Military aircraft are built and tested to different standards than that put forward by CASA or any equivalent international civil aviation governing body. As such, in accordance with Civil Aviation Safety Regulation Parts 132.140, 150 and 132.155; • The design, manufacture and airworthiness of the aircraft are not required to meet any standard recognized by CASA; and • CASA does not require the aircraft to be operated to the same degree of safety as an aircraft used for regular public transport or charter operations; and • The passenger agrees to participate in this flight at his or her own risk; and • If it is reasonable to believe that a passenger cannot understand the safety briefing; said passenger must be accompanied on the flight by a parent, guardian, or carer; and • A more detailed briefing will be provided to the passenger before they board the aircraft.
This experience departs Cessnock Airport, NSW.