‘Second Time’ Wingwalking
Aerobatic Experience

£399.00 per person

For those who have performed their ‘First Time’ Wingwalking Experience with us, you qualify for our advanced ‘Second Time’ Aerobatic Wingwalking Experience.

This mind blowing full aerobatic wingwalk provides the adrenaline rush our Professional Team thrive on during their performances.

Try a barrel roll, stall turn and loop. 

This is one of THE most extreme things you will ever do in your life.

 

Let’s talk about the aerobatics…

Our pilots will all perform thrilling, high energy, manoeuvres such as high speed dips, dives, steep climbs and 90 degree banked turns, your body will experience both positive and negative G-force AND the full force of the wind, up to 150mph. You will be totally weightless during some parts of the flight, at other times you will weigh 3 times your body weight! Everyone should experience this at some point in their lives.

Ok, time for some straight talking, be under no illusion, this is not for the faint hearted!!

Aerobatic flight on the wing of one of our Super Stearmans is only for the most extreme individuals on the planet!

After your safety briefing with the Professional Wingwalkers you will have a detailed brief with your pilot to discuss the manoeuvres that you would like to do, the sequence you would like to do them in and what to do if you want to stop. Each flight can be tailored to exactly what you want – one loop, or a loop and a stall turn, or the full aerobatic display of a loop, stall turn and barrel roll.

Let’s discuss the manoeuvres

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The Loop
The Loop

For the loop you will climb to a height of over 2500 feet. The pilot will dive the aircraft to 150mph he will pitch the aircraft up, with a force of around 4G. The aircraft goes vertical, the speed drops off, you’re upside down at the top of the loop, yet you still have positive G!

The world is upside down and you’re the right way up. Look up (down), the whole world is a vista laid out below you.

Moments later the aircraft eases over top and you’re into a dive, your face full of patchwork countryside, the aircraft accelerates from 60 to 150 in seconds.

Stall Turn
The Stall Turn

Stall Turn starts with a fast dive, the pilot eases the nose up, once the nose is going vertical, the pilot will ‘check’ the stick forwards. Once in the vertical the aircraft is slowing down. At the right moment he applies full rudder, the nose of the aircraft swings off to the left, the aircraft is stationary, zero airspeed and zero G.

The nose drops to vertical down, you have a face full of beautiful Cotswold countryside. The dive earthwards lasts for a few seconds, then the pilot eases the nose back up to level flight or the next manoeuvre.

The Roll
The Roll

To complete a roll, the pilot will raise the nose to an angle of about 45 degrees above the horizon, a bit like a steep climb, he will ‘check’ the stick forward to stop the climb, he will briskly move the stick fully left to initiate a rolling motion. From your viewpoint on the wing, you will feel the aircraft rotating left, initially similar to the entry to a steep left turn, however, the roll continues and soon you will find yourself completely upside down.

Your senses are telling you that the World is rotating clockwise, whilst you remain stationary, but you know that you are moving. The roll continues and within a few seconds you are upright again.

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The Loop
The Loop

For the loop you will climb to a height of over 2500 feet. The pilot will dive the aircraft to 150mph he will pitch the aircraft up, with a force of around 4G. The aircraft goes vertical, the speed drops off, you’re upside down at the top of the loop, yet you still have positive G!

The world is upside down and you’re the right way up. Look up (down), the whole world is a vista laid out below you.

Moments later the aircraft eases over top and you’re into a dive, your face full of patchwork countryside, the aircraft accelerates from 60 to 150 in seconds.

Stall Turn
The Stall Turn

Stall Turn starts with a fast dive, the pilot eases the nose up, once the nose is going vertical, the pilot will ‘check’ the stick forwards. Once in the vertical the aircraft is slowing down. At the right moment he applies full rudder, the nose of the aircraft swings off to the left, the aircraft is stationary, zero airspeed and zero G.

The nose drops to vertical down, you have a face full of beautiful Cotswold countryside. The dive earthwards lasts for a few seconds, then the pilot eases the nose back up to level flight or the next manoeuvre.

The Roll
The Roll

To complete a roll, the pilot will raise the nose to an angle of about 45 degrees above the horizon, a bit like a steep climb, he will ‘check’ the stick forward to stop the climb, he will briskly move the stick fully left to initiate a rolling motion. From your viewpoint on the wing, you will feel the aircraft rotating left, initially similar to the entry to a steep left turn, however, the roll continues and soon you will find yourself completely upside down.

Your senses are telling you that the World is rotating clockwise, whilst you remain stationary, but you know that you are moving. The roll continues and within a few seconds you are upright again.

How to qualify for this experience

If you have wingwalked with us before then you are qualified for this experience. However, if you have not flown with us before, and you are keen to perform a full aerobatic experience, we can make this happen. Health & Safety Regulations do not allow us to offer aerobatics to those who have not wingwalked with us before, but you can fly both your ‘First Time’ experience, followed by your ‘Aerobatic’ experience on the same day…

Once they have landed, people often want to go straight back up again, they are buzzing and full of adrenaline, what better way than to climb back on to the wing and strap in for the most extreme ride of your life.

There is a £40.00 discount for booking both flights in advance. ‘First’ experience at £399.00 and the ‘Second’ aerobatic experience at a discounted £359.00.

If you would like one flight only and are searching for that adrenaline fuelled feeling, our team will make this possible on your ‘First Wingwalking Experience’, or you may wish to consider our ‘Formation Wingwalking Experience‘.

We are unable to perform our aerobatic experience on a Saturday, however, we are free to go looping during weekdays.

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