Fly for an hour in a 1930s open cockpit Tiger Moth taking in the Redcliffe coastal area to Beachmere, up to Woody Point and inland around the spectacular Glasshouse Mountains.
- Introduction to this marvellous plane and a safety briefing
- A full hour of flight
- Enjoy magnificent views from your position in front of the pilot
- The perfect way to experience the classic aviation years of the 1930s
- Includes experience gift pack with personalised voucher and message card
What if there was a way to see the spectacular north coast through the eyes of a 1930s fighter pilot? This adventure flight seems to have figured it out and it's perfectly immersive.
Upon arriving at the 1930’s hangar in Redcliffe Aerodrome, you first set your eyes on the beautifully restored biplane. It's a marvellous aircraft, a DH82a model with a four-cylinder Gypsy engine.
Your pilot for the day has been flying for 40 years and introduces you to the aircraft. After some history and a safety briefing, you jump into the front seat of the plane in full leather flight suit and wearing the classic Tiger Moth goggles. Now that's a picture. Get ready Biggles. It's chocks away!
With an hour spent in the air; you fly around the Redcliffe coastal area to Beachmere, up to Woody Point and then inland around the spectacular Glasshouse Mountains.
Soar through the sky, take in the smells and feel just how it must have been for the pilots that trained in these aircraft. It's a feeling you'll never forget. A feeling of yesteryear.
Dates are provided as a guideline and are subject to daily change.