What’s the challenge?
Spend a day with the world famous AeroSuperBatics Wing Walking display team at their home base, RFC Rendcomb Airfield, in the heart of the Cotswolds and have an experience like no other. Prepare for one of the most exhilarating and unforgettable days of your life!
When you join the AeroSuperBatics team you’ll have a full day ahead. With a welcome from the expert team, you will be briefed and prepare for the experience of a lifetime.
When it comes to the big moment, one of the team’s professional wing walkers will take you up onto the top wing of a glorious 1940’s Boeing Stearman biplane, and strap you securely into the harness.
The display pilot will start the engine and before you know it you’ll be in the air waving from the wing during an exhilarating series of flypasts, zoom climbs, dives and banking turns.
Additionally, if you join us for year two, or have wing walked in the last two years, and you’re feeling brave, you can choose the ultimate roller-coaster ride with an aerobatics flight, including loops, rolls and stall-turns!
Wing walk your way to sponsorship; we ask participants to raise a minimum fundraising target of £650 + registration fee to support the RAF Association. We are the charity that supports the RAF community. We believe we have a duty to those who have served our country so bravely. That’s why we’re here to offer friendship, advice and support whenever someone needs it.
Want to know more?
To find out more about wing walking, or if you have any questions about supporting the RAF Association, contact [email protected]
Who can take part?
- Be at least 18. If you are over the age of 65 years old, you’ll need to provide a doctor’s note, clearly stating that you are fit and able to take part in a wing walking experience
- Be no taller than 6 feet 2 inches / 188cm
- Be no heavier than 14 stone / 89 kg. Have a waist measurement including layers of warm clothing and a jacket of no more than 40 inches / 102 cm
- Be able to climb completely unassisted up to and down from the top wing of one of our Boeing Stearman biplanes. This is a steep climb of approximately 10 feet / 3m, a high leg lift up on to the bottom wing and another high leg lift to get over the side of the cockpit. You’ll need to be able to kneel and pull various struts and wires to get on to the top wing.
- Be able to withstand the strong wind pressures experienced while flying at speeds of up to 130mph
- Meet all listed health requirements
For further information, please contact: [email protected].