Date of flight: to be agreed
Flight time: approx. 15 minutes
Number of people: 1
The first step is to look carefully at the plane and present it by the pilot. You will be familiarized with the technical parameters of the aircraft, learn its performance and limitations, the principle of engine operation and emergency procedures. Then the pilot with whom you will perform your flight will present the on-board devices, discuss the specifics and individual phases of the flight and the preliminary plan. You will get an exhaustive answer to every question about the aircraft, safety and the flight itself.
Before the flight there will be a pre-flight check-in with the pilot. Weather conditions and flight plan will be discussed in detail. Together with the pilot you will do the whole check list before the flight, and a moment later you will sit in the cabin of the AT-3 aircraft.
The fairing of the cabin will be closed and from now on it is only you, the machine and your pilot. You’ll be in the air in a few minutes.
The pilot starts the procedure for starting the engine, checks the operation of all on-board systems. After receiving permission from the tower controller, you start taxiing to the threshold of the runway.
Will the flight take place from one of Warsaw airports? Babice, Konstancin Jeziorna or Wola Krakowiańska. Depending on the airport, it will be possible to admire Warsaw from a bird’s eye view.
After the flight you will discuss the entire flight with the pilot.
– 18 years old, notary consent of parents or legal guardians is required for younger people,
– signing the completed consent to fly,
– height 150-200 cm,
– weight 50-110 kg,
– general good health,
– no drinking alcohol for min. 24 hours before the flight,
– total ban on pre-flight drug use
– pregnant women,
– people with heart disease
– people with diabetes
– people taking psychotropic drugs,
– people suffering from anxiety and claustrophobia.
Flights take place from April to October and depend on weather conditions.
The organizer reserves the right to change the deadline for carrying out the order due to reasons beyond his control (e.g. weather conditions, pilot’s illness, etc.)
* Due to weather conditions and airport procedures, the flight plan may change.
** Flight time is counted from the moment the aircraft moves off the apron to the moment it stops after the flight.