Fly with Red Baron Adventures over the most spectacular harbour in the world, or experience the adrenaline inducing thrill of aerobatics! Red Baron flies from Bankstown Airport to Sydney Harbour, the Northern Beaches and the Blue Mountains!
Aerobatics! There is absolutely nothing like it! Let Red Baron treat you to the neck- numbing, adrenaline-inducing roller coaster of thrills 2000 feet in the air above Sydney.
Scenic flights! It’s best seat in the house of the best view in the world! Let Red Baron show you the city, Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge from the front seat of the open-cockpit bi-plane and you’ll even get a chance to do a loop and roll before you head home.
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Get a taste of Air Racing right here in Sydney and experience neck numbing aerobatics at their most extreme in the Red Baron stunt plane.
Red Baron is the only company in Australia to operate 3 kinds of Extra Aircraft, a featured aircraft in the Red Bull Air Race (Nicholas Ivanov won the Perth 2007 leg in his Extra 300SR), the Extra 200, Extra 300L and Extra 330LX have a top speed of 410 kilometres per hour, a climb rate of 2,000 feet per minute and a staggering roll rate of 360 degrees per second. It is rated to a neck numbing positive 8 Gs and negative 8 Gs!
Once airborne you’ll head west towards the foothills of the Great Dividing Range. Over St Mary’s- in the designated training area- you’ll climb to a safe height, you’ll start with some basic manoeuvres- like loops, barrel rolls, wingovers and hammer head turns- to get the feel of things.
Once you’re comfortable with the basics – hold on tight as the pilot shows you what this aircraft’s really capable of. You’ll experience a sequence of manoeuvres that will test your, and the aircrafts limits.
Upon your arrival at Red Baron Headquarters, Bankstown, you will climb into a flight-suit and prepare to board. Your pilot will strap you securely into the open-air cockpit of the Pitts Special S2A aerobatic bi-plane and fasten your headphones and flight helmet. Once you are secure, your pilot will prepare the plane for take off.
You will take off from Bankstown Airport and climb over the outer suburbs of Sydney to reach a cruising altitude of 1,500 feet. You’ll soar over Homebush Bay, Hornsby and St Ives, and over Sydney Harbour.
You’ll drop to 500 feet and skirt the peninsula up to Palm Beach and Broken Bay, then climb back to 2,500 feet for an extended session of adrenaline inducing aerobatics.