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Tiger Moth and Tanks Experience

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This fantastic day out sees you take to the skies in two de Havilland aircraft, the Tiger Moth and Dragon Rapide, as well as experience what it must have felt like to drive an armoured military vehicle. On top of all this you can explore the fantastic Imperial War Museum, Duxford.

£475 for one person
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£999 for two people
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Location

Duxford, Cambridgeshire


Experience Details

First is a hands-on flying lesson in the open cockpit of a Tiger Moth, the classic bi-plane, after which you will be able to get behind the wheel of an armoured military vehicle. Next you can enjoy a flight in a Dragon Rapide over the beautiful city of Cambridge before returning to Duxford for a tour of its private aircraft collection.


Who is suitable for this experience?

Maximum weight 16 stone. Minimum age 16 years.


Availability

Dates are limited and subject to availability; usually the third Saturday of every month (April to October). There will be 16 other participants on this experience with you.


Spectators

Spectators will have to pay to enter the museum and watch the experience, but at a half price rate.


Itinerary

Your day begins at 10am and will include the following:
Tea and Biscuits in the Control Tower.
Entry to all areas of the Imperial War Museum for the participant.
Hands-on flying lesson in an open cockpit Tiger Moth, complete with loan of flying jacket, helmet and goggles.
Professional photo taken beside your aircraft.
Driving lesson in an armoured military vehicle.
Flight over Cambridge in the Dragon Rapide.
Guided tour of some of Duxford's private aircraft collection.
Buffet lunch in the Pilots Briefing Room.
'Log Book' flight certificate and celebratory glass of champagne.

Your day will end at around 3.30pm.



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