Climb into the cockpit of the original ‘Pilot-Maker' a North American T-6 Texan that was used to train the Allied Forces in WWII over 70 years ago.
Discover the thrill of carrying out real aerobatic maneuvers including Aileron rolls, Loops, Cuban 8's, Reverse Cuban 8's, Barrel Rolls, Immelmans, Split-S, Wingovers, Cloverleaf and much, much more. This is not an amusement ride, your hands will actually be at the controls throughout the experience as you pilot a vintage plane in your very own aerial display.
On this unforgettable 30 minute flight, you'll receive a full flying lesson including a pre flight briefing on the effects of control. Then, once you're ready, it's time to step up the pace with some adrenaline fuelled aerobatic action. From mild to wild, this experience is tailored entirely to you. Step back in time to a bygone era with a high octane adventure to remember.
This is your chance to learn to fly in the legendary ‘Pilot-Maker’ and carry out your own aerobatics display over the beautiful Florida countryside.
Under 18s must have parental consent – parents will need to sign a form on the day. Maximum individual weight in the airplane is 254 lbs and minimum height is 48 inches.
Flights are available every day from 9am to 5pm, except Sunday. Early reservation is highly recommended.
Flying is weather dependent and may be postponed in adverse conditions. In the event that your flight is postponed, a mutually convenient alternative date will be scheduled with you.
- Meet your pilot
- Introduction to the aircraft and full briefing on the effects of control
- Get fitted with headphones, followed by radio and system checks
- 30 minute flight with you at the controls!
- Carry out a daring display of aerobatics maneuvers.
- Landing and post flight checks
You’ll have the opportunity to learn any (or all) of the following: Aileron rolls, Loops, Cuban 8's, Reverse Cuban 8's, Barrel Rolls, Immelmans, Split-S, Wingovers, Cloverleaf and Hesitation 4-point, 8-point & 16-point rolls.
You’ll control both the aircraft and the pace. If it’s getting too wild, you can ask to calm things down at any time during the flight.