Wing Walking

30 Jul 2019

Come and wingwalk with us to commemorate the 75 years since D-Day and raise vital funds for Alabaré Home For Veterans. This will allow us to look after those vulnerable Veterans who need our help now!

All guest wing walkers will be flown by one of the highly experienced display pilots, who are often members of the Breitling Wingwalkers’ team. They have many hours of flying experience, flying the 1940’s Boeing Stearman biplanes.

Before taking to the skies, one of the professional and highly experienced wing walkers, will fully brief each guest wing walker on all safety aspects of the experience, including a demonstration of how to climb up and down from the wing and operation of the harness system. They will also be able to give some very helpful advice on looking glamorous and how to pose well in front of your friends and family, as you pass them at speeds of up to 150 mph!

This promises to be the experience of a life time. If you have more questions about this event please read our FAQ's or contact our team.

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Date and Time

Tue 30 July 2019, 08:00 – 18:00


The Engine Shed
Rendcomb Airfield

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Medical and fitness requirements

Important - to take part in Wingwalking you must be a maximum of 6 feet tall and weigh no more than 13 stone.

Please note any participants who have suffered from any of the following conditions which could lead to a dangerous situation whilst participating in a wingwalking experience: Epilepsy, fits, severe head injury, recurrent blackouts, fainting fits or giddiness, disease of the brain or nervous system, high blood pressure, heart or lung disease, recurrent weakness or dislocation of any limb, diabetes, mental illness, drug or alcohol addiction will require a doctors certificate to part take in this event.

All participants must raise a minimum of £1000 in sponsorship for Alabaré's Homes for Veterans.

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