Frequently Asked Questions

Persons aged from 10 years old up to ? years old, providing you are in good physical health.

Persons under 18 years of age will require parent or legal guardian authorisation.

The maximum weight for a passenger to do aerobatics is 105 kgs.

There is a height restriction of 195 cm.

Footwear must be closed (no thongs or sandals).

Light casual clothing.

Flights are available 7 days a week except New Years Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day from 8.00am until dusk.

The time you book in for is the time we expect you to arrive at our office.

Allow up to 2 hours to get your flight done incase of small weather or Air Traffic Control delays.

This flight is about you, not about us – our aim is to prevent you from being sick – and VERY FEW people experience air sickness during these flights – communication with the pilot is key to this. The vast majority of passengers don’t have any problems. That being said some people are more susceptible than others. If you do feel air sickness developing, the earlier that you tell us that you don’t feel to good, the more we can do to prevent it. By monitoring your progress, the flight can be adapted to ensure you are comfortable at all times.

We suggest having a light meal before the flight and avoiding alcohol from the night before until you’re safely back on the ground.

Weather conditions are difficult to predict and can change frequently. Your safety is our number one concern. Flights will be rescheduled if the weather is not suitable.

A light meal for breakfast or lunch prior to your flight is recommended. Not eating in an attempt to avoid motion sickness can be detrimental. – Hangovers or alcohol related effects are not permitted.

For safety reasons, unfortunately no loose items can be carried in the aircraft.

Gift Vouchers are valid for 24 months from the day of purchase, unless a date is specified when ordering.

Yes! We offer a full HD Video option, edited and uploaded for you.

Yes. Email or call for a quote.

Please note that all passengers will be required to sign an acknowledgment of risk form that states;

  • In accordance with CASA CASR 132.150, I understand:
    The design, manufacture and airworthiness of the aircraft are not required to meet any safety standard recognised by CASA; and
  • The aircraft is not required by CASA to be operated to the same safety standards as an aircraft used for regular public transport or charter operations; and
  • Travel in the aircraft is done at the passenger’s own risk; and
  • A more detailed briefing about the safety of the aircraft will be given to the passenger before the passenger boards the aircraft