The Hot Shot Jet mission is a 15-minute high altitude air combat mission running you through the full range of insane aerobatics!
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This Jet Fighter Mission is a 15 minute adventure joy flight in our ex-military L-39 Albatros or BAC Strikemaster. It is an entry level mission to experience the thrill of being in a real Jet Fighter.
Your experience commences with a mission and safety brief before being fitted with a flight suit and jet helmet. Once securely strapped into your jet, we taxi out to line up for the ride of your life. Final take-off brief and then the roar of the Jet accelerates you to 400 km/h by the end of the runway and climbs to 6000 feet to commence a great adventure.
This mission includes a wide range of aerobatics manoeuvres including rolls, inverted flight, loops, wing-overs …. That will have you buzzing with adrenalin.
At all times you are in great hands with one of our Elite Fighter Display Pilots:
With the traditional jet fighter grin and adrenalin pumping through your veins, you return to base for a jet fighter approach and landing. As you taxi in its hard to take it all in, but one thing is for sure it will have been the ride of your life.
Had the best time. Easty was an awesome pilot and pushed as hard as we wanted to go. Dad has had a smile on his face for 5 days, ear to ear. You will not regret this, worth every cent!
A DVD of your flight will be available for purchase on the day of your flight for around $250. 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.
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