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  • 1 Hour+ Experience, 30 Minute Flight Time

  • Aerobatics based on Combat Manoeuvres

  • Speeds of up to 420 kmh

  • Medium to high g-forces (you control the intensity)

Experience flight manoeuvres like a World War 2 fighter pilot in this simulated combat flight.


This is an experience like no other. If you always wanted to know what it was like to be a World War 2 fighter pilot then this is the ultimate thrill ride for you. We start this aerobatic flight off gently with loops, rolls, and wingovers to build up your resistance and work up our way to advanced maneuvers like a Stall Turn, Immelmann, and Split-S.


Before the flight your highly experienced pilot will give you a detailed ACES Mission Briefing covering all aspects of the flight and safety procedures. You will also receive instructions on how to look out for “enemy aircraft” to assist your pilot in avoiding and engaging.


Once securely strapped in, we’ll taxi for takeoff and after our final post-take-off checks we’ll make our way west with views of the Blue Mountains where we’ll move on to some classic combat maneuvers like aileron rolls and loops and more. Not sure if you can handle all the aerobatic maneuvers? Not a problem: you will be in constant contact with your pilot and can customise the experience to suit your comfort level. 


Then it’s back to Bankstown for a full de-brief and to discuss the flight. There will be ample opportunity to take photos both before and after the flight and an optional flight video will be available to purchase.


This is a great experience and the perfect gift idea for any aviation fan or or that person in your life who ‘has everything’ and craves something truly different and unique.



  • 30 Minute Flight

  • Allow 2 hours for the total experience including briefing, debriefing, possible delays



  • Nomex Flight Suit

  • Headset



  • All flights take place from Bankstown Airport, approx. 30 min drive from Sydney’s CBD

Additional Information


Fitness and Experience

  • Generally people from 14 years up to 85 years old can partake provided you are medically fit. For those under 18 years of age we will require parent or legal guardian authorisation on the day. As this is not an experience for the faint of heart, passengers should be of good general health.

  • You must be agile enough to climb into the aircraft

  • There is no need for any previous flying experience


Dress Code

  • Wear enclosed footwear (no thongs or sandals) and comfortable clothing



  • Your flight is weather dependant and we cannot fly in rain or strong wind

  • All weather decisions are made on the day

  • Your flight will go ahead unless we contact you



  • Maximum weight for this experience is 115kg

  • Maximum height is 195cm

  • Avoid excessive alcohol the night before, if you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol you will not be able to participate in the flight and will forfeit your voucher


Rescheduling, Refunds, & Cancellations

  • Gift Voucher sales are final and non-refundable. Gift Vouchers are valid for 3 years and may be transferred but are not refundable.

  • Online bookings may be rescheduled up to 48 hrs prior to confirmed times without penalty, however cancellations inside 24 hours, no-shows, or late arrivals will forfeit their experience and are not entitled to a refund.

  • ACES will make every attempt to fly on the booked date & time, however we reserve the right to reschedule flights without penalty or refund due to unsuitable weather conditions (including strong wind, low cloud, poor visibility, high temperature or thunderstorms) or other reasons beyond ACES's control.

  • We do not offer refunds for confirmed bookings, except in exceptional circumstances (e.g., serious illness or misadventure), and at our discretion. In such cases, a $50.00 admin fee applies.


Passenger Acknowledgment Form

All passengers will be required to sign an acknowledgment form that states: 

In relation to the Adventure flight that I am about to undertake I acknowledge that I am medically fit, have been verbally briefed and understand:

a. The planned flight manoeuvres to be conducted,

b. The safety features and equipment fitted to the aircraft; and

c. Emergency egress procedures.

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.

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