Climb into the open-air cockpit of the Pitts Special S2A aerobatic bi-plane and fasten your seat belt.
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 north over Hornsby and St Ives. Once granted clearance to Sydney Harbour you’ll get a bird’s eye view of the iconic landmarks of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
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.
At Long Reef you’ll drop to 500ft and skirt the peninsular up to Palm Beach and Broken Bay, then climb back to 2500ft for some adrenaline inducing aerobatics. Try a loop and a roll to give you a view of the world from a completely different perspective. Your pilot will give you a taste of the G-Forces the Pitts S2A aircraft is capable of.