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30 minute Tiger Moth Flight and IWM Duxford EntryCode: PTIG3D 12 month validity Cambridgeshire - Duxford IWM 1 person
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30 minute Tiger Moth Flight and IWM Duxford Entry
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Take a 30 minute flight in a classic open cockpit Tiger Moth at a previous RAF airfield. This aircraft is a 1930s model and was used by the RAF as a primary trainer. The location in Duxford also saw real war-time action during the Battle of Britain and is rich in history. It is now home to Europe’s leading aviation museum where you can unearth an exceptional gathering of over 150 historic aircrafts from Biplanes and Spitfires to Concords, with free entry.
These days the majority of Tiger Moths are privately owned in Britain, so this is a rare chance for you to take a flight in such a marvellous plane. Add a leather flying jacket, goggles and a helmet to the mix and you’re all set for a ride of pure nostalgia. Soaring above the commotion of modern life it will be easy to envisage yourself time travelling back to the 1930's. Your experience is made all the more incredible by being given the chance to fly this historic beauty yourself.
- Welcome and pre-flight briefing
- A 30 minute flight
- The opportunity to take the controls
- Entry to the Imperial War Museum
- Experience gift pack including personalised voucher and message card
Your voucher is valid for 12 months from the date of issue, while government restrictions apply in relation to Covid-19 we are offering free extensions on all experiences so you can take your experience when the time is right.
What happens on the day?
Once you have arrived you will be greeted by your pilot and will be taken through a short briefing. Get into your vintage flying gear and head over to the plane, it’s time to climb into your aircraft. Your pilot will demonstrate a few manoeuvres whilst you relax and take in the panoramic views. This is not just a scenic tour of Duxford though as you will be offered the opportunity to take the controls and fly the aircraft. Once you have landed you will then have time to enjoy the museum.
- Minimum age: 16
- Maximum height: 6ft 4in
- Maximum weight: 18 stone
- You must not fly if you are suffering from any serious medical conditions (inc. epilepsy, fits, severe head injury, high blood pressure or heart conditions), or have recently undergone surgery, unless you have a certificate to fly from your doctor. You must not fly if you are pregnant or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. You must be physically able to climb in and out of the aircraft
- Spectators are welcome, though their view may be limited to take off and landing. They may also enter the museum with you, which can be purchased at half price
- The experience content, equipment used and restrictions may vary
Flights operate March to October. We recommend you book at least four weeks in advance to ensure that dates are available before the expiry date listed on the voucher. All bookings are subject to availability.
You should arrive 45 minutes prior to your flight time, your flight will last 30 minutes but you can spend as much time as you wish at the museum.
What about insurance?
The centres contracted with us hold public liability insurance. We also hold contingency liability cover. You will not be liable for accidental damage to equipment, except where damage has been caused as a result of recklessness or wilful negligence.
Please ensure you are familiar with the terms and conditions of the experience.
How it works
All you have to do is pay for the experience you wish to purchase and we’ll send a voucher and booking information to you or directly to the recipient, then you just need to check the info and book your experience.
Packaging and Delivery
Please see the following page for information on our packaging and delivery.
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Cambridgeshire - Duxford IWM
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