Terms & Conditions
Passengers are required to follow the Pilot's instructions at all times during the Warbird Adventure Flight experience.
The minimum passenger age is 12. Additionally passengers aged 12 to 17 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or carer during the preflight briefing and must meet the passenger at the conclusion on the flight.
The maximum passenger weight is 130 kg.
Passengers are required to inform the pilot of any medical conditions that might compromise their safety during the flight.
Passengers must wear enclosed footwear, and must not wear any footwear which could damage the aircraft such as high heeled pumps.
Passengers must not be intoxicated.
The pilot will make the final determination on a passengers suitability for safe flight, and reserves the right to refuse carriage.
Military aircraft are built and tested to different standards than that put forward by CASA or any equivalent international civil aviation governing body. In Australia they are operated as "Limited" category aircraft. As such, in accordance with Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) Parts 132.140, 150 and 132.155;
- The design, manufacture and airworthiness of the aircraft are not required to meet any standard recognized by CASA; and
- CASA does not require the aircraft to be operated to the same degree of safety as an aircraft used for regular public transport or charter operations; and
- The passenger agrees to participate in this flight at his or her own risk; and
- If it is reasonable to believe that a passenger cannot understand the safety briefing; said passenger must be accompanied on the flight by a parent, guardian, or carer; and
- A more detailed briefing will be provided to the passenger before they board the aircraft
- If the person making the booking for this flight is not the passenger, note that the operator of the flight is required to provide the passenger with a detailed briefing – to include the information contained herein – prior to the passenger boarding the aircraft.
For more information about the Australian Governments rules for the operation on "Limited" category aircraft see Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) Part 132 by following this link to www.legislation.gov.au.
Before flight passengers must understand the following briefing about Warrior Warbirds Adventure Flights;
- THIS IS NOT A CHARTER FLIGHT, JOYFLIGHT OR SCENIC FLIGHT.
- This is an Adventure Category flight and is not required to meet the same standards as normally expected in other passenger carrying operations.
- The aircraft is an ex-military type, and does not have normal civilian Certification.
- There is risk inherent in the operation of this aircraft.
- The manoeuvres to be expected are loops, rolls, stall turns, and wingovers; which will cause the passenger to experience positive ‘g’ and perhaps negative ‘g’. You may ask the pilot to cease aerobatics at any point.
- The aircraft has active controls in the passenger cockpit which must not be interfered with at any time. Hands and feet must remain clear of the joystick and rudder pedals.
- The aircraft is relatively noisy but there is an intercom button which requires the microphone to be near the mouth while holding down in order to operate. Passengers are encouraged to converse with the pilot, though they may be asked to hold conversation due to radio requirements from time to time.
- There will be several noises heard during flight and ground operations, since the aircraft operating systems are largely pneumatic. For example, you will hear (and feel) the undercarriage retraction/extension.
- You will be shown how to operate your harness and canopy. Passengers must advise the pilot if they have any concerns about their harness or how they are feeling. The canopy must remain closed in flight, and only opened with the pilot’s permission once on the ground.
- Passengers must be accompanied to and from the aircraft by Warrior Warbirds staff.
- In an emergency, you must follow the instructions of the pilot, including instruction to exit the aircraft after releasing your harness and opening the canopy when on the ground. In an emergency, you may exit the aircraft via either side and leave the immediate vicinity of the aircraft to a place of safety.
Passengers must sign an acknowledgement form before flight indicating they understand and will comply with these conditions.
Flights may be re-scheduled at short notice due to safety issues, environmental or otherwise. These issues include;
- Unsuitable or dangerous weather.
- The aircraft being unserviceable.
Deposit of 30% required for bookings.
All flights will be fully paid for before flight departure.
Gift certificates have 6 months validity. They will be issued with an expiry date at lest 6 months from the day of purchase. Gift certificates are valid for redeeming a flight on or before the certificate expiry date.
Expired gift certificates may be revalidated for a further 3 months by paying a $150 administration fee.
If a passenger changes or re-schedules a flight with less than 24 hours notice there may be an $150 late change fee added.
If a passenger's flight is cancelled due to them breaching these terms and conditions they may lose their deposit or gift certificate.
Credit card (Visa and Master Card) and EFTPOS available.
1.5% Credit card surcharge is applicable to credit card payments.