Your Mission Brief

Not feeling Extreme? No problem... Stay right side up and fly one of our non-aerobatic aircraft on a Discovery Flight. Watch your friends and cheer them on.

If flying an Extra 330LC seems a bit too intense, you can still be part of the action with our Spectator flight.  Go up in one of our non-aerobatic aircraft and watch your friends and family rip up the skies over Las Vegas!  Plus, you get to enjoy your own private flying lesson when you take the controls to see what it’s like to fly a real airplane!

Get front row seats you your very own airshow or watch an aerial dogfight from the comfort of one of our luxurious sightseeing aircraft.  Either way, you can be part of the experience without the fear of going upside down!  The Spectator is also a great way to get some unique pictures and video.  Seating is limited, check for availability.

Spectator (Ride)

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Starting at $249 Per Customer

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  • 2 to 3 hours Door to Door
  • Flight Time Varies Based on Experience
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Not an Aerobatic Experience
  • You Get to Fly the Plane
  • Limited Availability--Schedule Ahead!

THE EXTRA 330LC AIRCRAFT

The world’s most advanced certified aerobatic airplane, the Extra 330LC is certified to +/- 10g’s and guaranteed to give you the ride of a lifetime! Take the controls of this amazing machine and fulfill your fighter pilot dream.

VETERAN SCA PILOTS

Our pilots are some of the best in the business, hand picked from the Air Force, Navy, Marines, and NASA, as well as some of the most talented aviators from the civilian world. Rest assured, you are in good hands at SCA.

HANGIN’ OUT IN THE HANGAR

Bring your friends and family to SCA! Our facilities always feature great amenities, including lounge, music, refreshments, and fighter pilot memorabilia, as well as games such as shuffleboard, foosball, and pool.

Spectator (Ride)

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Starting at $249 Per Customer

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