Classic Aero Adventure Flights
Coastal Reconaissance Flight for One ($125), Two ($239) or Three ($359) in a Genuine Warbird including DVD and Roughly 22 Minutes in the Air!
- Fine Print
Soar through the air in a vintage plane with Classic Aero Adventure Flights
They're offering a warbird flight and DVD for one person for $125 (value $250)
Or a warbird flight and DVDs for two people for $239 (value $625)
Or a warbird flight and DVDs for three people for $359 (value $750)
Your one-hour package includes a roughly 22-minute flight, a brief and more!
And however many people you include, you'll score 10% off your next flight
Plus 20% off lunch or dinner at Quattro in Lennox Head or Alstonville
You'll fly over stunning coastline in a lovingly restored vintage warbird
Waypoints include local landmarks like Cape Byron Lighthouse and Lennox Head
This unique craft was used by the RAAF to train pilots in the 50s and 60s
And is one of only 15 in the world that are currently air-worthy!
Children as young as three can enjoy this adventure with an accompanying adult
The customised DVD is a fantastic memento of your once-in-a-lifetime experience
And the whole experience makes a fantastic gift for history buffs and flight fanatics!
The Fine Print
Max 1 voucher per person
Purchase up to 3 vouchers as gifts
Appointments required and subject to availability
To make a reservation for lunch or dinner at Quattro Italian Restaurant call Lennox Head 02 6687 6950 or Alstonville 02 6628 3333 Maximum passenger weight 125kg per individual. Total combined maximum passenger weight 250kg.
48-hour cancellation and rescheduling policy or voucher is forfeited
Flights operate with minimum of 2 passengers and maximum of 3 passengers. Individual passengers will be scheduled to fly with other groups when booking. If an individual wishes to fly by themselves, a $125 surcharge will apply
Classic Aero Adventure Flights C.A.C. CA-25 Winjeel was built as a training aircraft for the Royal Australian Air Force. While it is of a proven solid construction and is professionally maintained; its design, manufacture, and airworthiness are not required to meet a Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)-recognized standard. CASA does not require the aircraft to be operated to the same degree of safety as an aircraft on a commercial passenger flight. As a passenger, you fly in this plane at your own risk