Wingwalking Experience in Gloucestershire for One
Soar through the sky with an exhilarating wingwalking experience. Take flight from a former World War One airfield in the Cotswolds. Aim for the clouds and feel the wind rush by at a speed of 130mph! This daredevil thrill is the ultimate flying adventure. Head for the 450hp Boeing Stearman Biplane and meet a first class professional wingwalking display pilot to discuss what to expect. For the adventurous few, take on dips and dives! Once safely strapped in, fly above the ground and admire stunning views. This experience is a fantastic first step in the world of wingwalking and once completed, participants will be qualified to complete the aerobatics flight, with loops, tall turns and positive G force!
- Enjoy a thrilling wingwalking experience for one
- Receive a certificate as part of this experience
- Over 30 years’ experience with a 100% safety record in a private airfield in Cirencester
- Meet with the Professional Formation Wingwalking Display Team
- Availability Description
This voucher is valid for one person. Available on selected weekdays and occasional Saturdays in March–October. All dates are subject to availability.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age: 18 years. Maximum height: 6'2". Maximum weight: 14st (with clothing).
- Other Info
Spend approximately 20 minutes in the aircraft, including briefing and taxiing. Please allow three hours for the whole experience. Please bring warm layer and wear rubber soled, flat shoes (e.g. trainers). Medical restrictions apply. For those who suffer from any of the following conditions, please inform the operator upon booking and get a letter from a GP stating that it is safe to participate: Epilepsy, fits, severe head injury, recurrent blackouts, fainting fits or giddiness, disease of the brain or nervous system, high blood pressure, heart of lung disease, recurrent weakness or dislocation of any limb, diabetes, mental illness, drug or alcohol addiction. For any concerns at all regarding health, fitness and ability to wing walk, please consult a doctor.