Aircraft Aerobatics: Passenger Control, SYD

Take control of the Robin 2160 and perform stunts!

This is no ordinary stunt flight. During this 45-minute aerobatics flight in the sky over Sydney, you’ll get to take control and perform barrel rolls, loops, and a string of stunts in the Robin 2160!

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Stunt flights are a great way to get your blood pumping, but a simple stunt flight can’t compare to flying the plane yourself! On our Sydney Aircraft Aerobatics: Passenger Takes Control experience, you take over and put the Robin 2160 through a stunt sequence on your own.

After being fitted with a flight suit and a flight helmet, you’ll have a few moments to snap a photo or two. Then it’s up, up, and away! The stunt pilot will perform simple stunts, explaining the process behind each maneuver. This includes an explanation for different altitudes, as well as mechanical handling.

Next think you know, it’s your turn to fly the plane! You’ll begin with straight flight. When you’re comfortable, you’ll move on to barrel rolls, loops, and a sequence of stunts. If you’re confident and the conditions are just right, you may even get to land the plane! This is without a doubt an incredible experience for you or as a gift for thrill-seeking friends and family.

Information to know:

Men’s Gift Store experience vouchers are redeemable directly with the experience provider with full details provided upon purchase. Recipients have 3 years to use the full value of the voucher. Our Sydney Aircraft Aerobatics: Passenger Takes Control Experience includes a stunt flight in Sydney during which the passenger takes control.

Maximum passenger height is 198cm. Maximum passenger weight must not exceed 110kg. Good physical health is required to participate. This experience provider can accommodate disabilities with advance notice. For passengers under age 18, full parental consent is required. A small camera with a wrist strap is allowed on board. However, all other loose items are forbidden, as they may jam flight controls.

Flights might be rescheduled due to unsuitable weather conditions, pilot availability, and aircraft serviceability.