Your Mission, should you choose to accept it, is to embark on the most heart thumping, adrenalin filled Jet Fighter Introductory Mission available.
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Live your Top Gun dream in an L39 Albatross Lead-In Jet Fighter. During this jet fighter tactical mission you'll experience true g-forces as your skilled fighter pilot performs aerobatic manoeuvres and simulates a strike attack.
Once strapped in you'll be given a final brief then will feel the power as 4000 pounds of jet thrust propels you and your jet fighter into the atmosphere. The L39 is capable of speeds up to 910 km/h. The jet fighter flight commences with a climb to around 8000 feet. then a steep turn to introduce you to positive g-force, before moving into tactical aerobatics, such as loops, Cuban 8s and vertical rolls. Once you've descended to the low-level operations area you'll experience a high speed jet fighter tactical dash before cruising low back to the airfield.
This is a 25-minute flight, allow 2 hours for your experience.
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Awesome day! Flying in a jet fighter was something I had always wanted to do and it completely lived up to my dreams. As the video taken on board attests, I was laughing and grinning like a fool for most of the flight apart from when the instruction was given to ?tense up!?. Then it was G forces and the insanity of bursting vertically through the cloud layer or the world spinning in and out of view. I was still buzzing for a week after. Many thanks to the whole crew and in particular my pilot Mark for making it an unforgettable experience. Thanks Adrenalin.
Please note that all passengers will be required to sign an acknowledgment of risk stating that they understand and agree that;
- This is an ex-military aircraft
- Persons fly in this aircraft at their own risk
- This aircraft has been designed for special military operations
- This aircraft is not required by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to be operated to the same safety standards as normal commercial passenger aircraft