Experience the utlimate adrenaline rush by being strapped on top of the wing of a 1940s vintage Boeing Stearman biplane.
Thought that Thorpe Park, or Alton Towers was adrenaline enough? Well think again! Feel the wind in your hair as you reach 130 miles per hour during steep turns, climbing to 1,000 feet and descents down to 100 feet! Wave to your friends and family as you woosh past them.
Now in our 11th seaons of wing walking at Damyns Hall Aerodrome, London. Wing walking started in the 1920s, when flying circuses travelled around America spreading the news of aviation, "looping the loop", parachute jumping and wing walking. Wing walking was revived in the UK in 1962, when the Tiger Club fitted a wing walking rig to a Tiger Moth for air displays.
Come and enjoy the ultimate experience for hardened thrill-seekers! Strapped to one of our 1940s Boeing Stearman biplanes. Flown by some of the best display pilots in the UK.
All flights are approved by the UK Civil Aviation Authority.
Based at Damyns Hall Aerodrome, London's most accessible aerodrome! Inside the M25, only 5 minutes from Upminster tube and rail stations, London.
Book your ultimate adrenaline filled experience from only £395 weekdays or £435 weekendsBOOK NOW
Welcome to Skymax Wing Walkers: The UK’s specialist wing walking experience provider. Wing Walk Experience for every occasion. Adrenaline Flights, Charity Fundraising and more.Wing Walking For Charity
The first man to wing walk was Ormer Locklear in 1918 on a Curtis Jenny biplane. Legend has it that he first climbed out onto the lower wings during his pilot training in the Army Air Service during World War IYour Wing Walk
Through the 1920s, flying circuses travelled around America spreading the news of aviation, "looping the loop", parachute jumping and wing walkingAbout Us
Wing walking was revived in the UK in 1962, when the Tiger Club fitted a wing walking rig to a Tiger Moth for air displaysWing Walking History
The Tiger Club is now based at Damyns Hall and while they no longer use the Tiger Moth for wing walking, they do offer experience flights to the publicWing Walking History
Stearman biplanes carrying wing walkers first appeared in the UK in the 1980s, famously sponsored by Cadburys and Utterly ButterlyFrequently Asked Questions
We have been operating Stearman biplanes since 1995. They are enormously robust aircraft with a great safety record, and a good support networkContact Us
Recently, we have chosen to move away from traditional military colours in favour of classic 1930’s colour schemes, which we think look stunning – we hope you agree!