It's the best seat in the house and the best view in the world! Let us show you the city, Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge from the front seat of this adrenaline inducing, open-cockpit bi-plane and you'll even get a chance to do a loop and roll before you head home.
You will take off from Bankstown Airport and climb over the outer suburbs of Sydney to reach a cruising altitude of 1500ft. You'll soar over the sprawling Olympic site at Homebush Bay then circle the north-western suburbs of Hornsby and St Ives.
Once granted clearance to Sydney Harbour you'll tour the city, taking in a bird's eye view of iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. You can wave at the Prime Minister at Kirribilli, fly higher than the eagles at Taronga Park Zoo and salute the sailors on Garden Island. It's the best seat in the house for the best view in the world!
You might also get a chance to check out Rose Bay and the world famous Bondi Beach, before heading north over Middle Harbour, the Spit Bridge and Manly as you follow the coastline to Long Reef.
This is where things get really exciting as you pull out all stops with some adrenaline inducing aerobatics; try a loop and a roll to give you a view of the world from a completely different perspective.
This is what the Pitts is made for and your pilot will give you a taste of the G-Forces Baron Manfred Von Richtoffen himself may have experienced during air combat. You'll head back home over Mona Vale where you may catch a glimpse of the spectacular Baha'i temple.
Landing back to our head quarters you'll be hard pressed to stop smiling for the rest of the day and we hope it is an experience you will remember for the rest of your life.
FORMATION: This flight can be flown in formation.
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NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2014 - 2015 season. The 2014 - 2015 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2014 to the 31st March 2015. The 2015 - 2016 season rates commence on the 1st April 2015.