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Aerobatic Flight Experiences Nationwide from Into The Blue



    • Try aerobatics at Coventry Airport
    • Take to the skies in a rare Robin R2160
    • Aircraft is rated for +6 and -3g aerial manoeuvres
    • Sessions held on Saturdays throughout the year
    • Fly stunts over Blackpool with this 30mins flight
    • Plane used is a Cessna FA 150K Aerobat
    • Dual controls means you can have a go at flying
    • The chance to do aerobatics at this famous resort
    • Fly tricks out of Turweston Airfield, Brackley
    • Aerobatics in a Slingsby Firefly T67M Mk II
    • Choose from standard or extended flight vouchers
    • Excellent facilities on the airfield
    • Extreme aerobatics out of Goodwood Aerodrome
    • Fly the craziest stunts in an Extra 300
    • The Ultimate = classic display moves
    • Utter Nutter = Cravats, Rouade, Mulleroid & more
    • Train like a fighter pilot on thrilling flights
    • Learn basic controls & aerobatic moves in the air
    • Take the controls yourself for loops & turns
    • The ride can be as mild or as wild as you like
    • Hosted by renowned display pilot Alan Cassidy
    • Full running commentary during your flight
    • Stunts such as loops, wingovers & cuban eights
    • Fly a Pitts Special - a legendary aerobatics plane
    • Aerobatics at Gloucester Airport
    • Introductory or extended flights offered
    • Flights in Slingsby Firefly capable of +6 & -3g
    • Fly with highly experienced air display pilots
    • Our most flexible aerobatics voucher
    • 20-30mins of flying time at your choice of venue
    • Pull some serious G during your flight
    • A variety of aerobatics planes used for flights
    • Aerobatics at Cotswolds Airport in Kemble, Gloucs
    • Fly tricks in a Pitts S-2A aerobatic biplane
    • Fly with an experienced Pitts Special pilot
    • Fab add-on:tail smoke as you fly (payable locally)
    • Loop the loop over Thruxton Airfield nr Andover
    • You will be flying in a Decathlon 8KCAB aircraft
    • This flight school has been operating since 1967
    • Chance to take control for part of flight
    • Aerobatic flying from Chiltern Air Park, Oxon
    • Learn to fly basic aerobatic moves in a CAP10
    • A full linked sequence finale (time permitting)
    • Crew includes pilots with air display experience
    • Aerobatics lesson at Sibson airfield, Peterborough
    • You'll be taking off in a Cessna Aerobat
    • Dual control aircraft so you can have a go too
    • A 30 min flight with ground briefing on top
    • Aerobatics at Redhill or Blackbushe airports
    • Go looping the loop in a Cessna Aerobat 152
    • Experience aerobatics pilots will take you up
    • You can combine 30min lesson + 30mins of tricks
    • Rolls and loops out of Umberleigh
    • Flights in a 1953 DeHavilland Chipmunk
    • Pilot will execute an aerobatics display sequence
    • Total flying time chock to chock is 30mins
    • Stunt flying at Tatenhill nr Burton On Trent
    • Head into the sky in a Bellanca Decathlon plane
    • Fully inverted oil system means full inversions!
    • Aerobatics with a school established in 1987
    • 20mins aerobatics flight from Stapleford Airfield
    • Flying in the British-built Slingsby Firefly
    • Try slow stylish rolls, the Firefly signature move
    • Firefly has a side by side cockpit configuration
    • A 35 minute flight out of Staverton Airport
    • Flying tricks in a Stampe SV4 in Gloucestershire
    • Experience a full contest & display show sequence
    • Vintage aircraft aerobatics at its best!
    • Flights in a military T67 Firefly aircraft
    • Take off for a thrilling aerial dogfight
    • Based out of Goodwood Aerodrome in West Sussex
    • Ground briefing inc parachute procedures

Amazing aerobatic flight

It has to be said, Britain has some of the best aerobatic flight display teams and pilots in the world. It is truly amazing to watch everything from heavy fighter jets flown in formation by a skilled RAF team, to a nimble display by an expert pilot in a privately-owned Chipmunk. No matter what the aircraft, performing incredible stunts in the air is always impressive.

We're now giving you the chance to see for yourself what it's like to experience the effects of gravity and all those varying G forces as you take to the skies in an aerobatics plane on these thrilling experiences. These specially adapted aeroplanes (they need things like header tanks and flop tubes to make sure fuel can get to the engine when in inverted flight!) are ready and waiting on the apron for you.

A variety of aerobatic-capable planes

We've got flights in all sorts of aircraft, including the high-wing monoplane Decathlon and the low-wing Slingsby Firefly, which are both often used as aerobatics trainers. Then there’s the wonderful crowd-pleasing Pitts Special bi-plane and the very rare Xtreme Air XA42. You can even do tricks in a vintage Stampe - proving there's plenty of life left in those old wonders yet!

But the gnarliest of them all has to be the the Red Bull Extreme competition-style Extras. These monoplanes are air industry by a aeronautical mile. And with a serious repertoire of tricks, it’s little wonder this West Sussex aerobatics video shows you what the appropriately title ‘Utter Nutter’ experience involves. Watch if you dare!

So that's the plane sorted, now what about the pilot? All instructors are fully trained and qualified to teach and perform a full range of acrobatics in the air. Many of them are still active on the competition circuit and all are as cool as cucumbers when handling +10 to -7 G forces. They also manage to somehow keep their heads when all around them everything is literally spinning as they perform Cubans, chandelles, lazy eights, wing-overs, barrel rolls, Lomcovak rotations and knife-edge spins to the delight of the display-line spectators.

Perform aerial manoeuvres as friends and family watch

For your aerobatic experience, it'll be your friends and family cheering you on from the ground as you take off and get ready for your very own display sequence. Expect stall turns, steep turns and maybe even a bit of spinning if your stomach is up to it. The pilot will explain the manoeuvres before executing each one and give you some handy hints to avoid queasiness, such as looking outside the aircraft, lifting your feet up off the fuselage floor and holding on to the shoulder straps.

As well as actually experiencing gravity-defying moves on your aerobatic flight, you will also be able to have a little go at the controls too, allowing your to feel just how responsive in the air these agile flying machines are. Then it’ll be time to line up for your flypast finale that'll have the spectators in awe. Dare you go for the loop the loop?

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