Fly the L-39 Albatros Over Russia
NO PILOT'S LICENSE NECESSARY
Fly With a Top Russian Pilot
Take the Controls. Experience Incredible G-Forces
You’ll fly with a former member of Team RUSS, one of Russia’s most famous aerial demonstration teams, or an equally qualified fighter jet pilot. Our Russian L-39 and L-29 flights take off from an airport about three hours from central Moscow. All flight programs include round-trip transportation from Moscow.
30 Minute & 60 Minute Flights are Available
Formation Flying Option for Groups of 2 or More
Who can fly the L-39?
Anyone over 18 and in reasonably good health can fly. You’ll need a travel visa to visit Russia, so advance planning is necessary.
Top-Selling Adventure Options
Mission Albatros | $4500 US
Includes 60-minute L-39 flight with advance aerobatics, video, English-speaking guide, lunch & dinner, and ground transfers from central Moscow.
Mission Russia | $6750 US
Includes 30-minute L-29 flight, 60-minute L-39 flight, advanced aerobatics, video, English-speaking guide, lunch, dinner and ground transfers from central Moscow.
Mission Red Square | $10,375 US
Four day, three-night VIP adventure including 60-minute L-29 flight, 60 minute L-39 flight, advanced aerobatics, video, flight suit, English-speaking guide, ground transfers from central Moscow, luxury hotel accommodations near Red Square, two guided tours and most meals.
Friends Fly Fast | $5950 US
Includes two 30-minute flights with aerobatics (one for you, one for a friend, choice of L-29 or L-39) , video, English-speaking guide, plus lunch, dinner and ground transfers from central Moscow for two.
Sample One-Day L-39 Adventure in Russia
- Pick-up at Moscow hotel by Incredible Adventures guide and driver.
- Transportation to Flight Center.
- Pre-flight briefing with pilot.
- Flight including aerobatics and the opportunity to take the controls.
- Depart for Moscow.
- Late lunch/early dinner.
- Return to Moscow hotel.
Perform loops, rolls & high-g turns. Fly inverted.
Aero Vodochody L-39
The Czech-made L-39 Albatros is known for its flying ability, reliability and the great visibility from both cockpits. The L-39 was built as the successor to the aircraft company’s earlier trainer, the L-29 Delfin . Design work began in 1966, and the first prototype made its initial flight on 4 November 1968. The aircraft was to serve as the primary jet trainer for the Warsaw Pact. The incredible L-39 is still used by more than 30 Air Forces around the world.
Engine: One 3,792 lb thrust Ivchenko AI-25-TL
Weight: Empty 7,340 lbs., Max Takeoff 11,618 lbs. (L-39ZO with four rocket pods)
Wing Span: 31ft. 0.5in.
Length: 40ft. 5in.
Height: 15ft. 5.5in.
Maximum Speed at 19,600 ft: 485 mph (Trainer version, clean)
Maximum Speed at Sea Level: 435 mph
Ceiling: 37,730 ft. (Trainer, clean)
Range: 528 miles with internal fuel; 995 miles with external tanks
Aero Vodochody L-29
The Aero L-29 Delfin was Czechoslovakia’s first locally designed and built aircraft. More than 3000 of the military jet trainers were built. The L-29 has been used in active combat and is known for its durability and ease of handling. Many were supplied to the Soviet Air Force and used to train Russian fighter pilots. Today, the L-29 is popular with air racers.
Maximum Speed at 16,400 ft: 407 mph
Ceiling: 36,100 ft.
Range: 551 miles with tip tanks
Rate of climb: 2,755 ft per minute
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