Fly in a tiger moth from Point Cook and out toward the Melbourne CBD and the beaches.
- Pre-flight briefing from your fully trained pilot.
- Take to the skies for up to 60 minutes in an award winning 1940s WWI Tiger Moth
- Enjoy magnificent views of Melbourne CBD, Albert Park Lake and the surrounds like you've never seen before
- Feel the freedom and adventure that the flying aces of a bygone era enjoyed
- Includes experience gift pack with personalised voucher and message card
On the west side of Melbourne, the air is feeling crisp as you stroll towards the aircraft hangar. Inside a Tiger Moth coloured with post-war grey and RAAF symbols reminds you of its history.
You feel a sense of nostalgia as you are fitted with a Biggles-style flight jacket, headset and goggles.
Your pilot, an international airline captain, briefs you and you jump up onto the wing of the Tiger Moth and into the front seat of the plane.
Soon the prop swings into action and with that great sound of the engine, your pilot makes the final preparations for taking off. With clearance from air traffic control, it's chocks away chaps!
Once airborne, your pilot gains altitude and flies over the ocean out toward the West Gate Bridge. With coastline views for much of the way, you can pick out areas worth visiting later.
Your flight path takes you toward Moonee Valley Racecourse, the MCG, Melbourne CBD, Albert Park Lake and onto Brighton before returning to the base along the coast.
The feeling of an open cockpit, the wind in your hair, it takes you back into the bygone era of flying aces and legendary aircraft. Perhaps its time to reminisce or to find just what it was like?