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Serenity Flights - Gippsland

75 Airfield Road, Traralgon, Victoria, 3844
Tour operated by: Bandicoot Adventure Flights

The Bandicoot Serenity Adventure Flights or Joy flights are in the open cockpit Tiger Moth, touring around Gippsland for your chosen length of time. Bandicoot Adventure Flights is based at the Latrobe Valley Regional Airport and also operates in other locations: check out the website for details.

Experience aviation of a bygone era, come and enjoy the Tiger Moth. Dress up like an aviator of the time, and have you and your friends remember the experience by taking photos with the Tiger Moth. Experience the open cockpit flight in this historic classic aircraft.

Days of operation:
  • Please refer to our web site Latest News for special events that we may be operating at.

    Departure details: 25/02/16 - 25/02/20

    Daily: 10:00am - 06:00pm

Bandicoot Adventure Flights are the only company east of Melbourne where you can experience a unique range of flights and aircraft that include the ultimate adrenaline pumping adventure ride for those of you daring enough to try an Aerobatic Adventure Flights in the Pitts Special.

For the more relaxed, you can also enjoy Serenity Adventure Flights in the Tiger Moth taking in the beautiful sites around Gippsland.

Bandicoot Adventure Flights have two Tiger Moths that can fly you and your friend in formation together, no other operator in Australian offers this experience.

Bandicoot pilots can also offer you Scenic and Joy flights in more conventional aircraft. (Operated by AOC VT058062).

Whilst Based at Latrobe Regional Airport, we also operate at Lakes Entrance and Yarram.

Advanced training is available in our Pitts Special for existing pilots who have - at minimum - a Private Pilot License (PPL). Prior to flying the Pitts Special, it is recommended to get your get your endorsements in Constant Speed, Tail Wheel and initial Aerobatics endorsement in easier to fly and less expensive aircraft.

75 Airfield Road, Traralgon, Victoria, 3844

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