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Wing Walk

Would you take to the skies and stand on a plane as it flies at 150mph?

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Because Keeping Your Feet On The Ground Is Boring

A truly unique and exhilarating experience, wing walking, as the name suggests, involves walking along the wings of an aircraft (normally a vintage-style biplane) while it is in mid-flight.

Made famous by the world-renowned daredevils of the nineteenth century, and immortalised by numerous Hollywood films, today, the activity is open to any adrenaline junkies brave enough to give it a try, and is available in numerous locations across the United Kingdom and further afield.

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Wing Walking Experience

The ultimate wing-walking experience for first timers, you can choose from 4 different locations across the UK to meet your designated professional wing walker, who will perform an in-depth safety briefing and answer any queries before taking you on board a classic Boeing Stearman biplane, where you will soar high above the ground at speeds of up to 150mph, and enjoy the breathtaking, adrenaline-rich experience of wing walking for yourself!

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Although wing walking may seem incredibly dangerous, accidents are extremely rare, and your instructor will ensure you are given all the correct safety information, training and equipment before your begin.

Warm clothing and rubber soled flat shoes like trainers should be worn.

Yes, the minimum age for participants is 18. There is no maximum age limit, though over 65s must provide a note from a doctor confirming they are able to take part.

Yes, there are height and weight restrictions for all wing walking experiences, which vary depending on the location and can be found on the provider’s website.


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