Wingwalking Experience


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Be your own stuntman with an incredible wingwalking experience! On arrival at your chosen location, you will be greeted you a qualified and professional wingwalker who will give you a full instruction and safety briefing, show you a safety video and answer any questions you may have. Then head over to the aircraft to meet your pilot. You can discuss your flight so that it can be tailored to suit the experience you want, adding in dips and dives if desired! You’ll be securely strapped in and then it’s time for the real fun to begin. Feel your adrenaline soar as you take off up to the skies and fly above the clouds for ten thrilling minutes. You’ll be able to take in the views of the beautiful countryside as your plane glides smoothly along. Be sure to smile as you whizz past any spectators you bring along! You’ll also take home a video of your flight to remind yourself of this incredible experience!

Available Saturday-Thursday on selected dates from March 2020-October 2020 at Essex, Lincoln and Salisbury locations. Available on selected weekdays and occasional Saturdays in April–October at Cirencester location. Exclusion times and dates apply. Minimum age: 18 years. There is no maximum age but those over 65 years will need to provide a doctor’s note beforehand or on the day of the experience. Maximum height: 6ft 1in at Lincoln and Salisbury and 6ft 2in at Cirencester. Maximum weight: 13.5 stone / 85.7kg at Essex, Lincoln and Salisbury locations and 14 stone at Cirencester location. You will spend approximately 20 minutes in the aircraft, including briefing and taxiing. Please allow one and a half hours for the whole experience. You should bring warm layer and wear rubber soled, flat shoes (e.g. trainers). Please bring your own refreshments if you wish to. Medical restrictions apply. If you suffer from any of the following conditions, please inform the operator upon booking and get a letter from your GP stating that you are 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.