Your Mission, should you choose to accept it, is to embark on the most heart thumping, adrenalin filled Jet Fighter Introductory Mission available.
Your Mission, should you choose to accept it, is to embark on the most heart thumping, adrenalin filled Jet Fighter Strike Mission available. Live your jet pilot dream for a day in an L39 Albatros Lead in Fighter Jet in Melbourne. Feel the G-force and speed as your pilot performs aerobatic manoeuvres across the sky and simulates a strike attack.
In full military helmet and flight suit you’ll climb aboard the Fighter Jet. Once strapped in and secured in the cockpit you will be given the final brief. Feel the power as the jet engine spools up, complete the check-list and prepare to taxi down the runway for take off. Get yourself ready for launch as 4000 pounds of pure jet thrust propels you into the atmosphere. You will be blasting along in the sleekest and most modern Jet Fighter conducting adventure flights in Australia. The L39 is capable of speeds up to 910 km/h.
Your Fighter Strike Mission will begin with a climb to the manoeuvring area up to 8000ft. You are the co-pilot with one to one communication with your pilot. The flight commences with a steep turn to introduce you to the feeling of positive G. Feel the amazing high performance of the L-39 Albatros Fighter Jet as the pilot flies you through the aileron roll, barrel roll, loop, 4 point hesitation roll, Cuban 8 and the vertical roll if you dare. Prepare to move into position for your strike attack - a positioning run at low level and high speed towards the enemy target with a simulated delivery of fire power and weaponry, finishing with a high speed getaway! Cruise back to the airport for a mission debrief.
A video of your flight will be available for purchase on the day of your flight for $220.00.
Echuca Aerodrome is approximately a 3 hour drive North of Melbourne CBD.
Bookings are essential. Eat regular meals prior to flight, avoid overeating, fruit juices or excessive fluid intake two hours prior to your flight. Get a good nights sleep and avoid excessive alcohol the night before.
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;
Echuca Aerodrome (Echuca)