Come experience the ultimate in airborne excitement.
See the world from a point of view that few get to witness and take a ride on the Grayout Aerosports Roll-AIR-Coaster. You don't need a single ounce of flying experience, yet you get to make all the choices. Where you go, what you do, and how hard you do it is totally up to you. You won't be able to get the grin off your face, we promise.
- The Basic Roll-AIR-Coaster
Basic barnstormers type maneuvers that include things like barrel rolls, loops, and experiencing flying upside down. You choose the maneuvers and the order we fly them. Remember, you're the Pilot-in-Command for this adventure.
$220.00 / $270.00 with video : Click here to purchase
The Extreme Roll-AIR-Coaster
Turn it up a notch with the 'big daddy' of airplane rides. If high-speed, high-G's, and fast turns are what you crave, this is exactly what you've been looking for. Some of these maneuvers include things like vertical spins, tailslides, and gyroscopic tumbles. And to think you still get to make all the choices. Think you can handle it??
$260.00 / $310.00 with video : Click here to purchase
- Helpful Tips
Here are some tips to make your aerobatic ride or lessons more enjoyable:
- Don't stress about getting sick. Nearly everyone returns from the flight with a huge smile. Very few people experience more than mild discomfort, and I usually get us back to the airport well before that feeling escalates.
- Make sure that you eat something an hour or two before your flight. I don't recommend burritos, biscuits and gravy, pizza, etc., but don't arrive on an empty stomach. Have a light meal or snack-you'll feel better.
- Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water (club soda, carbonated water, ginger ale, and 7 Up® are also good) before your flight. You'll be in the air for only about 40 minutes, and you'll feel much better if you're not dehydrated.
- Arrive rested. Don't party hard the night before your flight. A glass of wine or a beer is fine with dinner the previous day, but save the celebration until after the flight.
- Wear comfortable, casual clothes and shoes (sneakers are best-no boots, heels, clogs, dress shoes, etc., please).
- Bring sunglasses. We fly when it's sunny!
- A camera is handy for taking pictures of you beside the airplane, but you can't take it with you when we fly.
- Be prepared to empty your pockets. We don't want loose change, keys, cell phones, etc. flying around the cockpit.
- Your friends and family are welcome to join you at the airport, but they won't see your flight. FAA regulations and safety require us to fly away from the airport to do aerobatics. Spectators will, however, be able to enjoy the take off and landing.
- We can fly only when the weather cooperates. We need a ceiling of at least 4000ft and visibility of at least 10 miles to perform aerobatics safely. If there's any doubt about the weather on the day of your flight, We'll let you know.
You're in ChargeRemember that you're in charge. We'll do as much or as little aerobatics as you want. If you're ready to stop after a loop and roll, we'll enjoy the spectacular scenery from straight-and-level flight.
You'll fly in the front cockpit. To learn more about the instruments and controls in the front seat, click the picture. **Have a picture of the front seat and label a few instruments.
Before we fly, I will give you a detailed briefing about the Pitts S2C, the front cockpit, communication and safety procedures, and the parachutes.
Distance and Ride Restrictions
- For rides or training that require us to travel away from Indianapolis, there will be a surcharge of $200 for every 60 miles outside of Indy. That charge can be split between as many riders as are riding in that location at that time.
- Overnight fee is $150 per night
- 250lb max rider weight
- No pregnant women
- Any health issues should be brought to our attention