Take to the skies with your best mate to relive the thrills, drama and Adrenalin of a WWII Dog Fight in this Aerobatic Warbird Combat Fighter Flight from Melbourne.
Take to the skies with your best mate to experience the thrills, skills and g-forces of a WWII fighter pilot with this Aerobatic Warbird Combat Fighter Flight over Melbourne.
Your mission begins with a briefing at the airfield before you and your best mate split up and jump into your "bird" with your pilot to take off for an amazing aerial battle.
Once in the air the action really begins as you fight it out with another plane in the skies over Melbourne. During the flight you go through an epic sequence of aerobatic maneuvers which will see you taking evasive action to avoid the enemy as well as taking the crucial shot when the tables are turned.
After the battle you will form a friendly formation and fly back to base for a debriefing.
You will be in the plane for 30 minutes, please allow up to 90 minutes for the entire experience.
Book now to battle in the skies!
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Awesome Experience, Could not have asked for more or better. 10/10 in all areas.
Fantastic gift to give. Hearing the feedback after my son & husband had experienced this once in a life-time. event was like receiving another gift. A wonderful bonding time for a 30 year old son & his 60 year old dad. I'd definitely recommend it as an event not to be missed. Thanks Warbird pilots.
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;