Recreate a vintage era of flying in a legendary T-6, the most advanced trainer plane used during WWII. Reach for the skies and loop the loop as you experience the sheer unbridled joy of being in your own aerobatic display and carry out a dazzling array of high octane aerial maneuvers.
You'll start your day with an in depth ground briefing where you'll familiarize yourself with the aircraft and its controls. Next, it's time to climb into the cockpit ready to carve the air in an outstanding warbird that's fabled for its formation flying capabilities. During your flight, you'll feel every inch like the vintage pilot as you experience first hand the sights and sounds of this tremendously versatile aircraft, propelled by a mighty 600 hp engine. After completing each maneuver, your pilot will give you the opportunity to take the controls so that you try each daring move for yourself.
Reckon you've got what it takes to conquer the skies just like the pilots ofr WWII? Find out what your made of with this breathtaking aerobatics adventure!
The T-6 is an outstanding WWII advanced trainer that is capable of military style aerobatics with a large radial engine. It combines aerobatic capability with nostalgia. Over 70% of the Allied fighter pilots in WWII flew the T-6 in training.
This experience is available to enjoy every day of the week, all year round however flights may be postponed in adverse conditions. In the event that your flight is postponed, a mutually convenient alternative date will be arranged with you directly.
- Meet your pilot
- Get to know the aircraft and see how the controls work
- Get fitted with headphones, followed by radio and system checks
- Exciting aerobatic flight tailored entirely to your requirements, from mild to wild
- You’ll have the opportunity to take the controls or you can just enjoy the ride
- Landing and post flight checks
If you choose to fly the aircraft yourself your pilot will demo a maneuver and then talk you through it as you try it. The flight ends with a military style overhead break approach and landing back at the airport. Following the flight you can take pictures of yourself and your pilot with the aircraft. You can also have a video recording made of yoru flight which you can take home to share with family and friends.