A high-adrenaline aerobatic flight at Goodwood Aerodrome
Share the Sussex airspace with a second Bulldog, engaging in elements of air combat
Experience a series of incredible aerobatics and turns
Available Fridays and Saturdays
Experience the buzz of stunt aviation with this adrenaline-fuelled aerobatic flying experience in West Sussex. The excitement builds with some essential pre-flight training before boarding the magnificent Bulldog with an ex-military instructor, in preparation for the thrilling flight. Along with a second Bulldog, experience a formation take-off before the instructor demonstrates a series of astounding aerobatic manoeuvres, including elements of tail chasing and air combat. Confident flyers can potentially try out some manoeuvres of their own before tailchasing the other aeroplane. A highly exciting experience, this is an absolute must for any budding daredevil or flying enthusiast.
Flights operate most Fridays and Saturdays from March to October, subject to availability (excludes bank holidays).
Minimum age is 16, minimum height is 5' and maximum height is 6'5''. Maximum weight is 17 stone. Over 61's must supply a doctor's letter confirming suitability and complete and return a medical questionnaire before participating.
Flying is dependent on the weather and it is crucial to call the venue for a weather check before setting out.
Lasts for three to four hours, including safety briefings, parachute drill and around 40 minutes of flying. Actual flying time is at the instructor's discretion. Be aware there is standing around time with training for this extreme flight.
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Share the aircraft with just the instructor during the flight. All briefings are shared.
Feel free to bring up to two spectators, who can join in the briefings. We strongly recommend getting someone else to drive home; this is a high-adrenaline and tiring experience.
Wear flat shoes with good grip - trainers are ideal. Women - please wear trousers not a skirt. An air combat helmet and flying suit are provided.