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Experience the ultimate adrenalin rush and complete our Wing Walk challenge!

One for the thrill seekers – wing walking is quite possibly the most extreme fundraising challenge there is! Once strapped safely on to the plane, you take off for a 10 minute experience that includes zooms and climbs at speeds up to 130mph and passes near to watching friends and family.

Before your flight, the team will provide a comprehensive ground and safety briefing when you will need to sign a fitness/waiver declaration.

The airfields have a viewing area for friends and family who come to witness your amazing feat. There are also cafeteria’s on site serving food and drink until late afternoon. You’ll be with the wing walk team for a maximum of 90 minutes, but are welcome to stay at the airfield and enjoy the atmosphere for the day.

There is strict eligibility criteria for this event. Please visit the Life-Changing Challenges Website to ensure you meet the criteria before signing up.

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Dates available throughout April – October.

Deposit: £50

Sponsorship: £800-1000 (depending on location)

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