All passengers MUST attend a safety briefing on the aircraft; to be held the morning of your flight. Safety briefing time will be communicated to you in the days leading up to your flight. Flights will then take place in sequence if there are multiple passengers on the same day.
Please ensure you are dressed in or have packed comfortable clothes. These can be shorts or pants and a t-shirt. Cotton fiber is optimal. Ensure that you are wearing closed toe shoes. We have several flight suit sizes available; and will do our best to outfit you in one for your flight.
In the event your flight is canceled due to poor weather or an aircraft mechanical snag we will work to reschedule your flight for our next available fly day.
Family and friends are welcomed to join you on your day up to a maximum of 3 people. Please contact our booking agent for larger numbers.
Weight and height restrictions are in effect due to the limiting size of the parachutes, seat straps, helmet, flight suit and cockpit dimensions. The passenger maximum weight limit is 250 lbs and height limited to a person no taller than 6’3″. The passenger minimum weight limit is dependent on the passenger’s ability to lift their own body weight, pull the ripcord of a parachute, and punch a hole through the canopy of the aircraft for emergency exit.
The passenger is fully responsible for informing Waterloo Warbirds of any sizing variations that may impact the proper fit of safety equipment; including parachute, helmet or flight suit. There are a limited range of flight suit sizes available.
If the passenger has a history, recent or current medical conditions like heart complications, or any other medical condition that may not withstand the force of 4 G’s, intensely hot environment, permit the passenger to be away from medical support for more than 30 minutes, or impede the passenger’s ability to remove themselves from a flying aircraft using their own strength; a doctor’s note is required in order to clear you for the flight; and said medical information provided to Director of Flight Operations ahead of time.
All limitations are none negotiable unless a written deferral is obtained from the Director of Flight Operations prior to the flight.
The passenger must attend and pass a safety briefing on the aircraft type that includes emergency egress training and verbal testing. They must also sign the backseat flight waiver in order to release the aircraft for flight. Additionally, photo and video release forms requiring signing for passenger, family and friends.
Pilots have the right to refuse any flight due to safety concerns. Even if that passenger/person has a current backseat endorsement.
Any Questions, please feel free to contact us ahead of booking!