• Twist and turn and feel the G’s with an aerobatics ride

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  • Duck and weave with Top Gun fighter tactics

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  • Enjoy the sights of Newcastle beaches and the beautiful Hunter Valley

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Newcastle and the Hunter Valley’s Premier Adventure Flight Experience

Aerobatic warbird flights in a supercharged military aeroplace.
The perfect gift and the ultimate self indulgence!

Encounter thrills of a life-time with an authentic warbird military experience flown by an experienced RAAF or Ace Aerobatic pilot!

Twist and turn and feel the G’s with an aerobatics ride;
duck and weave with Top Gun fighter tactics,
or enjoy the sights of Newcastle beaches and the beautiful Hunter Valley.

Fly AeroHunter today!


Flights can be tailored to your needs and can also include flypasts, aerobatic flight displays, corporate groups, and in some circumstances, type training.



Yak 52

First designed in the 1970’s the Yak is still being manufactured and used by Air Forces all over the world. The Yak 52 was designed with one thing in mind – Aerobatics! Over 1800 of the type have been manufactured with the super-charged M14P …
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CAC Wirraway

The Wirraway (an Aboriginal word meaning “challenge”) was a training and general purpose military aircraft manufactured in Australia by the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC) between 1939 and 1946. The aircraft was an Australian…
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Grumman Avenger

The Grumman TBF Avenger (designated TBM for aircraft manufactured by General Motors) was a torpedo bomber developed initially for the United States Navy and Marine Corps…
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What Our Customers Say

  • My Father's Day gift of a Joy flight over Newcastle and the beaches has been the most adventurous thing I've ever done.  The entire crew were great!


  • I didn't know whether to scream, cry, or laugh, instead nothing came out, I was totally speechless..


  • I must say that my joy flight for my 61st birthday was one of the highlights of my life, everybody loves the USB as well.. Thanks again!