Take to the air and experience the thrill of silent "motorless" flight with this 20 minute glider trial over the vast Tanami Desert landscape.
A must when visiting Alice Springs! You will be in the front seat of a two-seat glider with your instructor behind you giving you the best view.
Once you're up in the air, you will take the controls and fly the glider yourself - an experience you will never forget.
You will soar for about 20 minutes after your glider is launched into the air reaching more than 1,000 feet above ground level in just a few seconds.
This is the perfect learning experience for anyone looking to take up gliding but is also a great way just to get up in the air for grand views across the Tanami Desert landscape!
Location: Bond Springs Airstrip, just 25 km North of Alice Springs.
Thanks Bland, it was a pleasure flying with you! The true outback of Australia is really something else, and experiencing it from above puts things into perpective! Cheers!
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