Aerobatic Flying Experiences: Flying

Aerobatic Flying

Get airborne for an exhilarating aerobatic flight in a high performance 152 Aerobat Cessna.

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Availability: Weekdays (not Mondays or Tuesdays) and weekends at least three times a month. Spring to autumn is the most popular flying season. Book at least four weeks in advance, even earlier for summer weekend dates. Weather: Aerobatic flying is very weather dependent. It is crucial that you call the venue after 9am on the day of your flight for a weather check before setting out. If your flight is cancelled because of bad weather you'll be re-booked. Duration: Chocks-off to chocks-on flight time is 30 minutes and half an hour for briefings, embarking and certificates. Numbers On Day: Only you and the pilot will be in the plane. The briefing session may be shared. Spectators: A maximum of four spectators are welcome. A camera or a pair of binoculars will come in handy - there will be some great photo opportunities with your plane. Dress Code: Wear flat, soft-soled shoes. Any special clothing and headsets will be provided. Sunglasses are recommended all year round. Guidelines: The Sibson Airfield is on the Wansford to Elton Road, accessible from both the A605 (northbound exit A1M junction 17 onto A605) or the A47. Turn onto the B671 through Elton village and turn second left towards Sibson and Wansford. The airfield single track road is a few miles on, past winding roads and a few sharp bends. Restrictions: Minimum age is 16. Maximum weight 16 stone. Minimum height 4'11''. If you fit into a standard car seat you should be comfortable in the cockpit. Unsuitable for pregnant women or anyone unable to climb into the open cockpit. Other Info: We suggest that you only have a very light meal or don't eat at all before your flight (a hearty meal beforehand may make you feel nauseous). All aircraft mechanically and structurally conform to CAA requirements.

Depending on nerves and levels of bravery, the session can be tailored to specific requirements to ensure the best possible flight. After a full flight safety briefing, hop into the craft and take to the air for a thrilling aerial session, where the pilot will push the plane to its limits, performing a series of stall turns, loops and barrel rolls. During the session, take over the controls to experience the rush of piloting a plane first-hand.

Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

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