You’ve been to Vegas countless times and you’re looking to do something more thrilling, other than the same old, same old. Well, you’ve come to the right place with Sky Combat Ace Tours.
They make it possible for virtually anyone, to have a fighter pilot experience. You will get to experience what it feels like to pull up to 8Gs inside the cockpit of an Extra 330LC aircraft. You’ll be with a trained pilot while you fly over the skies of the Las Vegas desert.
While on the flight, you may want to take the controls yourself. This not only enables you to fly the plane, but you’ll be able to do aerobatic maneuvers like a real fighter pilot as well. If you’re other bachelor party cohorts want to watch you do this, but don’t want to do any of the flying themselves, they can watch live alongside with you from one of Sky Combat Ace’s non-aerobatic aircrafts. If flying in a plane is too extreme for you, you can always try the Ace Simulator, which is the closest alternative.
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The Afterburner: We are here to attest that there is absolutely NO roller coaster on the planet that can equal the adrenaline rush you’ll get from flying in the Extra 330LC fighter plane. The Afterburner’s 25-minute flying session includes basic aerobatic drills like hammerheads, stalls, loops, and rolls. You literally feel like you’re an air show pilot when you start doing the more advanced maneuvers like tumbling, snap rolls, and spins. Catch your breath when you can.
The Top Gun Experience: Now, if you’re looking for something a bit more thrilling and twice as long as the Afterburner, then the Top Gun Experience is the way to go. Not only is the experience longer, but this time, you actually get to feel what it’s like to be a pilot and fly the plane! You get to take hold of the stick and do some of the aerobatic exercise yourself. No flight experience is necessary, as you’ll be under the direction of a skilled pilot. The pilot will train and guide you on your 45-minute joy ride and has the same set of controls. So, no need to worry. As your flight winds down, your pilot will take you through the Las Vegas mountains and show you some amazing dynamic low level flying. If you’re looking for the adventure of a lifetime and something to check off your bucket list, the Top Gun experience fits the bill.
The Ace Simulator: If flying in the air isn’t your thing, but, you’d like to learn about flight training, you can take an authentic flight experience in the Red Bird Simulator. The flight simulator mimics real aviation, with 50 degree yaw movement, 40 degree roll, and a 50 degree pitch. The simulator also has a database of scenic aerial sites from around the world. While still on the ground, you can see everything from the Las Vegas Strip to the Sydney Opera House.
To see what Bachelors around the world have experienced, check out the video below.