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Adrenaline Adventure Jet Fighter Flights – Tasmania

16 September 2011 No Comment

Adrenaline Adventure Activities Flights Hobart TasmaniaDo you need the ultimate adrenaline adventure?

Have you ever dreamed of riding shotgun in a jet fighter?

Can’t wait to feel the  rush of adrenaline as you race through the Tasmanian skies in a jet fighter?

or….do you have a friend or family member who is an armchair warrior that need to feel some real action?

This adventure is for you.

After a thorough briefing you will be strapped in the front seat of a Jet Provost Mk5a for your 35 minute tactical flight. This adrenaline rush is based on real tactics and scenarios. You’ll be evading simulated enemy missile fire, flying super fast at low altitude, and maybe even admiring the beautiful Tasmanian scenery.

As Australia’s leading military adventure flight company, the experience is safe, and most importantly, as authentic as you can get. All passengers will fly with military trained tactical jet fighter pilots who have flown and instructed some of the most advance weapons systems in modern military aviation.

This Hobart based adventure has one of the most competitive prices out there for this type of adrenaline pumping experience. This is a once in a life time adventure and makes a fantastic family gift or present for your arm chair adventurer. Just the look on their face once they hit the ground would be priceless!

The flights operate 6 days a week, from 9-5, and is conveniently located at the Hobart International Airport.

Click on the link for more information on: Adrenaline Adventure Jet Fighter Flights in Tasmania

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