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Aerobatic Experience

Aerobatic Experience Aerial Shot

Come and experience the “thrill of a lifetime!” We deliver both a scenic ride and the adrenalin rush of a screaming airborne roller coaster. The Aerobatic Experience lets you experience the exciting maneuvers usually reserved for air-show and fighter pilots: rolls, loops, hammerhead turns, and inverted flight.We have been involved in Aerobatic flying for 40 years, and we also teach specialized flight training. This training includes Stall, Spin, All Attitude Awareness.

Our unique aircraft is the Extra 300L, the Ferrari of all aerobatic aircraft, and the only two seat aircraft of it’s kind that is certificated in the United States by the FAA for 10 G’s. It is flown by aerobatic competitors, and air-show performers throughout the world. Our Aircraft has 300 horsepower, and a roll rate of over 400 degrees per second. If that sounds a bit to exciting for your taste, you may opt for a more docile tour of the Florida coastline, Vero Beach, and St. John’s River. A video or DVD of your ride is available, too. If you’ve never seen the world from Upside-down, this is your chance. Come be a part of our heart pounding aerial ballet at the Aerobatic Experience.

About The Ride

Your ride will depart from Vero Beach Airport and head out and away from the traffic pattern.  Your ride will be tailored to suit you.  We’ll start out with a couple of nice, easy manuevers: a slow roll and a loop.  If you love the thrill and want more, we are here to give you the thrill of a lifetime!  If, on the other hand, you find that you are more comfortable with a more “normal” type of flight, we can enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Some important tips will help you make the most of your ride:

  • Don’t stress about getting sick. Nearly everyone returns from the flight with a huge smile. Very few people experience more than mild discomfort.
  • Make sure that you eat something an hour or two before your flight. I don’t recommend burritos, biscuits and gravy, pizza, etc., but don’t arrive on an empty stomach. Have a light meal or snack—you’ll feel better.
  • Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water (club soda, carbonated water, ginger ale, and 7 Up® are also good) before your flight. You’ll be in the air for about 40 minutes, and you’ll feel much better if you’re not dehydrated.
  • Arrive rested. Don’t party hard the night before your flight. A glass of wine or a beer is fine with dinner the previous day, but save the celebration until after the flight.
  • Wear comfortable, casual clothes and shoes.  Long pants are best (no shorts or skirts).  Sunglasses will make your trip more enjoyable.  Sneakers are the best shoes (thongs, clogs, boots aren’t allowed).
  • Be prepared to empty your pockets and leave the camera behind at the hangar.  We don’t want loose articles flying inside the cockpit.
  • Your friends and family are welcome to join you at the airport, but they won’t see your flight (except the takeoff and landing). FAA regulations and safety require us to fly away from the airport to do aerobatics.
  • We can fly only when the weather cooperates. We need a ceiling of at least 6000 ft and visibility of at least 10 miles to perform aerobatics safely. If there’s any doubt about the weather on the day of your flight, I’ll let you know.