Combat Flight For Two

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Combat Flight For Two

  • 30 minute combat flight for two - bring a friend and save
  • Act as the gunner in full aerial dogfighting
  • Experience high G force combat manoeuvring
  • Moorabbin (City) or Barwon Heads (Surf Coast)
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Your mission begins with a briefing at the airfield before you are matched with a suitable adversary and jump into your warbird with your pilot to take off for an amazing aerial battle.

Once in the air the action really begins as you fight it out with another plane in the skies over Melbourne. During the flight you go through an epic sequence of aerobatic maneuvers which will see you taking evasive action to avoid the enemy as well as taking the crucial shot when the tables are turned.

After the battle you will form a friendly formation and fly back to base for a debriefing.

WOW. Toatally blew my socks clean off. Far out brussel sprout. What an incredible thing to experience. Its hard to explain to others how full on it was. If its a massive thrill your after this will float ya boat big time. Loved it. Do it. Embrace it. Flip it, spin it,double barrel roll it. You will never forget it. BOOM.
— Sambo72


  • Unforgettable air to air combat flight 5,000ft above Melbourne
  • Professional aerobatic pilot with a one on one customised experience. Each flight is unique for us too!
  • A High Definition fully edited multi-cam video of your flight is also available for purchase on the day for an additional cost


  • Loose comfortable clothing should be worn as it can get quite warm in the cockpit
  • Wear sturdy, enclosed shoes – no high heels


  • No particular level of experience or fitness is required however, people who suffer from heart conditions and please consult your doctor before booking.
  • There are also height and weight restrictions on this one as there is limited room in the cockpit: Maximum height is 6 foot 4 inches and maximum weight is 130kg
  • No minimum age (with parent / guardian consent) or maximum! (The record is 84, left the walking stick at the gate)