THE ACES AIR COMBAT EXPERIENCE
Fly like you're a Top Gun! With ACES - AIR COMBAT EXPERIENCE SYDNEY, YOU can now experience the thrills of aerobatic flight in a rare ex-military combat aircraft. Originally built to train fighter pilots, the Yak 52 will let you get a taste of what it was like to be a World War II era air force pilot… But without the enemy trying to shoot you out of the sky!
If you’re up for a challenge, our missions can take you through aerobatic manoeuvres at up to 420 km/h and up to +7 / -5 G. If cruising is more your style, the Reconnaissance Mission will see you taking in all that Sydney has to offer from high above its bustling harbour and beaches
The only experience in Sydney to use real ex-military type airplanes
Experience intense G-Forces between +7G
You control the intensity through constant contact with your pilot
Our pilots are full-time professionals with decades of experience
Aerobatic Flight Based on Combat Maneuvers
Fly Over Sydney’s Beautiful Coastline
Simulated Low Level Bombing Run
Our All-In Adrenaline Package
Share any Mission as Two-Ship Formation
The Yak 52 is a classic primary military trainer aircraft conceived initially as aerobatic trainer for combat pilots. Contrary to the original models, our ACES Yak has been factory designed to modern standards, powered by a stronger 400hp 9-cylinder radial engine, with modern avionics, and is capable of flying unlimited category aerobatics.
ACES is a privately owned family business, existing solely to provide unforgettable flying experiences to those who also love aeronautics. We have teamed up with the Australian Aerobatic Academy (AAA) so that we share our passion for flying with others in a safe and professional environment
Our ACES missions are very popular for Birthdays, Anniversaries, Christmas presents, and as gifts for special occasions.
Treat that special someone to the Top Gun experience they’ve always wanted. Give them the gift of a lifetime by purchasing one of our beautifully printed gift vouchers.
What a wonderful experience! I have flown in quite a few planes but this one was the most enjoyable and the first time I ever went upside down in a plane. I loved the sound of the Yak, the great views, and the aerobatics were unreal!