Forget jumbo jets, this is real flying! Step back in time and into a genuine 1930s Tiger Moth for a flying experience from the past you will never forget. Zip-up your flight jacket, lower your goggles.
- Begin your experience with an introduction to the tiger moth and a short safety briefing
- Flight jacket, helmet, goggles and its chocks away chaps
- After taking off your aircraft will track to Scarborough Point then down the beach at a low 500 feet
- Fly around Woody Point then over the Hornibrook Bridge and inland to Lake Samsonvale and home via Narangba
- Enjoy stunning views of the Sunshine Coast beaches to the Moolooaba Spit
- One of the very few biplanes that can take two passengers in the front
- Enjoy 30 minutes of fun in the air
- A romantic, current model Super YMF5C Waco biplane
- Sit back and enjoy history and nostalgia all rolled into one great low-flying experience
- Enjoy this awesome flight in the fabulous open cockpit of the Tiger Moth bi-plane
- Be thrilled by the stunning view of Cape Byron and its famous lighthouse at just 500 feet
- Gaze down in amazement at the whales and dolphins along the spectacular east Australian coastline
- History and nostalgia all rolled into one great experience
- Step back in time in the open cockpit Tiger Moth bi-plane
- Catch a stunning new view of Australias famous Cape Byron Lighthouse
- Enjoy the jaw dropping sight of whales and dolphins along this spectacular coastline
We may not be able to get you a trip to the moon (yet), but a Tiger Moth flight is as close to an out-of-this-world gift as you'll ever get for sheer nostalgia and fun.
Once you have donned the gear and taken in the beauty of the craft, your pilot offers you a short history of the plane before taking you airborne to experience the real thrill of a Tiger Moth joy flight. And that can mean only one thing - flying as low as 500 feet above sea-level for truly amazing and breathtaking views.
The Tiger Moth is a 1930s fixed-wing open cockpit biplane designed by British aviation pioneer Geoffrey de Havilland. The plane is interesting because, like other biplanes, it has no electrical system, thus the propeller has to be activated by hand - one of the endearing characteristics of this unique aircraft.