You have registered and set a flight date.
The big day has finally arrived, the weather seems to be favourable and you arrive on the spot, accompanied by your family and friends.
The decision to fly according to the weather is made on site, based on current conditions.
The person in charge of passengers welcomes you. She takes care of your preparation, your safety and that of your companions. She also takes photos of this event, on the ground, before and after the flight. In addition,
she gives you a general safety briefing, especially in the vicinity of the aircraft and in the hangar.
she distributes badges to your companions, allowing visitors and spectators to be controlled.
she introduces you to the mechanics and the pilot.
she takes care of the administrative part; all the papers are in order and signed, you have paid for your flight and you receive your ticket.
It’s time to equip yourself. You will be accompanied to the equipment workshop for military pilots and passengers at the Payerne Air Base. These professionals fully equip and instruct you on how to use this equipment :
helmet and oxygen mask
With your pilot, you plan your flight: where do you want to go, have you ever flown an aircraft, have you ever done aerobatics are the first questions he will ask you. A schedule will then be established taking into account your wishes, flight duration, weather, flight restriction zones etc.
The pilot will also explain the effect of accelerations, how to support them, the flight paths he thinks he will take.
About twenty-five minutes before takeoff, you board the plane. With the help of the mechanic, you strap yourself onto the seat. The pilot joins you and, after making sure that you are well settled, he starts his checklist.
DURING THE FLIGHT
The pilot’s goal: to make YOUR flight a success for YOU. Feel free to talk to the pilot, give him your impressions.
Are you feeling well? Tell him that.
Do you love acceleration? Tell him that.
Are you too hot, do you feel bad? Tell him that.
AFTER THE FLIGHT
Photo sessions on the plane and debriefing, with your friends and the whole team.
Your pleasure will be our satisfaction
THE CLIN D’AILES MUSEUM
MILITARY AVIATION MUSEUM OF PAYERNE
BASE AÉRIENNE – 1530 PAYERNE VD
N 46°50’35” (46.84285) / E 6° 54’45” (6.91224)
JUNE : WEDNESDAY TO SATURDAY : 13H30-17H00
JULY – AUGUST : WEDNESDAY TO SUNDAY : 13H30-17H00
SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER : TUESDAY TO SUNDAY 13H30-17H00
NOVEMBER – MARCH : WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY 13H30-17H00