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Go Wingwalking - Gloucestershire

Go Wingwalking - Gloucestershire

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Minimum Age: 18 years

Maximum Height: 188.00 cm

Maximum Weight: 88.00 kg

About the experience

This is a thrilling opportunity to go wing walking with AeroSuperBatics in Gloucestershire! AeroSuperBatics has been operating the world's only aerobatic wing walking display team since 1987 and has performed at numerous airshows as the Crunchie Flying Circus, the Guinot Wingwalkers, the Utterly Butterly Barnstormers, and the Breitling Wingwalkers. It's an experience that requires nerves of steel and a head for heights, but once you overcome your initial fears, you will love it! You'll head to AeroSuperBatic's home base at ex-WW1 Rendcomb Aerodrome in the Cotswolds, where all the pilots are the current display team pilots, and your coach will be a fully trained, professional wing walker. The AeroSuperBatics safety briefing takes place in a fully restored Officer's Mess building dating back to 1916, where the World War 1 RAF pilots would assemble before taking off on their training sorties. Once you're strapped in and airborne, you can look down at your friends and family below and give them a wave as your pilot performs flypasts, zoom climbs, steep dives, and even banked turns – just like the AeroSuperBatics professionals! It's an experience you'll never forget!

  • Wingwalking at a private Cotswolds WW1 airfield
  • The worlds only aerobatic wingwalking display team
  • Over 30 years experience and a 100% safety record
  • Full safety briefing on all aspects of your wingwalking experience
  • Meet your display pilot for a briefing on your flight routine and hand signals to the pilot during flight
  • Take to the skies on the wing of a Boeing Stearman biplane, hitting speeds of up to 120mph
  • Experience an exciting series of zoom climbs, dives and fly pasts in front of your family and friends
  • Flights last around 8-10 mins
  • Please allow around three hours on the airfield
  • All equipment including goggles, ear plugs and flying suits are provided
  • Personalised certificate as a memento of your day

  • Welcome and sign in
  • Full safety briefing on all aspects of your wingwalking experience
  • Meet your display pilot for a briefing on your flight routine and hand signals to the pilot during your flight
  • Demonstration of how to climb up and down from the wing and operation of the harness system
  • Flight lasts around 8-10 mins


  • Minimum age 18 (no maximum age)
  • Maximum height 6ft 2ins (188cms)
  • Maximum weight 14 stone (88kgs)
  • Maximum waist measurements (including layers of clothing and a jacket 40 inches, 102 cms)
  • Participants must be able to climb up and down from the top of the wing on the bi-plane (steep climb of 10ft/3m)
  • Wingwalkers must not have suffered from any of the following conditions: Epilepsy, fits, severe head injury, recurrent blackouts, fainting fits or giddiness, disease of the brain or nervous system, heart of lung disease, recurrent weakness or dislocation of any limb, mental illness, drug or alcoholic addiction.

  • Spectators are welcome to watch your wingwalking experience from the restored WW1 Officers Mess, boasting fabulous views of the private airfield
  • The Officers Mess/Club House has furniture indoors and outdoors, offering the perfect place to watch the wingwalkers zoom by
  • Guests are welcome to bring snacks/picnic
  • Hot beverages are available to purchase on site
  • Guests must remain within the designated spectator area at all times
  • Young children must be under constant supervision by an adult
  • Dogs are welcome but must remain on a lead
  • To avoid missing the wingwalkers experience, spectators should arrive at the same time as the participant

Minimum Age: 18 years

Maximum Height: 188.00 cm

Maximum Weight: 88.00 kg

  • You may use your wingwalking experience to raise money for charity and video footage can be provided upon request to assist with your campaign
  • Participants should wear tight clothing. Warm layers are recommended and a coat without a hood
  • Hand held cameras are not permitted due to the strong winds
  • Trainers or soft grippy soled secure shoes should be worn
  • Some body mounted cameras are not suitable (including helmets and head-cams) however participants are welcome to bring along any cameras and mounts/harnesses for the pilot to assess the suitability
  • Most types of glasses can be worn underneath the wingwalking goggles
  • Contact lenses can be worn, but occasionally they can become dislodged so do bring a spare pair of glasses
  • You will be secured to the wingwalking rig by a CAA approved safety harness by a professional wingwalker
  • Aerobatic manoeuvres (loop-the-loop and barrel rolls are not available for first time wingwalkers. If high adrenaline rides are required the pilot will tailor the flight and can include

  • Selected weekdays and occasional Saturdays between March and October
  • For the safety of passengers, flights are subject to suitable weather conditions
  • Participants will be contacted after 3pm the day before their flight if the weather is unsuitable
  • The pilot will continue to assess conditions prior to the flight and should they consider the weather not to be suitable, flights will be postponed or re-scheduled


  • Gloucestershire
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