AeroSuperBatics Wingwalking Flights – Covid-19 Update

AeroSuperBatics have been actively flying and successfully following COVID-19 rules & regulations since Monday 12th April 2021.

Government Update – 17th May 2021 

From the 17th May 2021 until the 21st June 2021, social distancing must be maintained within the flyers group and other groups. All activities that take place indoors will require all staff and guests to be masked.  Although the rule of 6 has been relaxed, we ask our wingwalkers to be mindful of the number of guests inviting to our airfield.  Ideally we would ask that our wingwalkers invite no more than 10 guests.  If a larger groups are expected, please advise the team prior your visit by emailing biplane@aerosuperbatics.com so the necessary arrangements can be made to ensure social distancing is maintained.

The layout at AeroSuperBatics will be arranged such that groups are geographically separated outdoors at all times.

Kitchen facilities are not available. Water and hot drinks machines are operational, but staff and guests are required to use the hand sanitizer before and after use. Food consumption can only take place outside on tables provided, separate from other groups, and all packaging and rubbish must be removed by the group.

Toilet facilities are available provided that social distancing is followed.

The safety video can be watched by a group of 4 guests only.

Flying guests are asked to wear their own suitable clothing for their flight, which will need a zip-able pocket, including gloves. Hoods are not recommended. Only flying goggles and ear plugs will be supplied by ASB.

For the wingwalk flight itself, the following protocols will be followed:

AeroSuperBatics hope you understand that the above procedures are in place to protect the wingwalker, their guests and our staff in line with the government guidelines present at the time. We will update our protocols as and when necessary in accordance with the guidelines issued by the government.

Please take care and stay safe.

Yours sincerely


Andy Cubin
Chief Pilot
AeroSuperBatics