Frequently Asked Questions
Where do the flights take place?
Most of our flights launch from an area about 35-40 miles north of downtown Atlanta. We utilize several different launch sites in the area to take advantage of varying wind conditions and directions.
What will we see?
On clear days you can see approximately 40 to 50 miles and take in the Atlanta Skyline, Stone Mountain, Kennesaw Mountain and the beginnings of the Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountain ranges of North Georgia. And, our local attraction, Lake Sidney Lanier, a 30,000 plus acre manmade lake built and maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It is one of the largest manmade lakes East of the Mississippi River and it is the most visited Corps of Engineers lake in the country. If the winds are with us, we may even be able fly over the beautiful blue waters of Lanier.
Where and when do we meet?
We meet approximately one hour before sunrise and 2 hours before sunset. The actual time will vary throughout the year. Your pilot will contact you approximately 24 hours before your flight with the exact time and location. You should also feel free to call us anytime with questions or if there are special circumstances you need help with or that we should know about.
How long is the flight?
Most flights are about an hour. However they can be as short as 45 minutes or as long and one hour and 30 minutes. It just depends on weather conditions and landing sites.
What should I wear?
NO OPENED TOED SHOES, SANDALS, FLIP-FLOPS OR HIGH HEELS. Otherwise, just wear whatever is comfortable to you for an outdoor activity. As far as temperature, it won’t be noticeably cooler up at our flight altitudes than it is on the ground, so just dress appropriately for the current temperature the day of your flight.
What can I bring along?
Feel free to bring along a camera or camcorder to record this once in a lifetime experience.
How high do we go?
We can go anywhere from the treetops to several thousand feet. It depends on wind speed and direction.