our ultimate warbird experiences
Select from one of our incredible warbird flights in the legendary Spitfire, Mustang or ME109:
WHY BOOK WITH ULTIMATE WARBIRD FLIGHTS?
THE ULTIMATE EXPERIENCE
At Ultimate Warbird Flights our focus is on making sure you have a truly memorable experience, and that extends to friends and family sharing in your day.
From your arrival at Sywell until the end of your experience, we make every effort to make sure everyone feels welcome and looked after.
After your flight, we encourage friends and family to join you at the aircraft side, take photos and talk to your pilot about your experience and the aircraft.
Ultimate Warbird Flights is a family run business, and we look forward to welcoming you into our family.
free SPITFIRE FLIGHT PACK
When you book a Spitfire Flight with Ultimate Warbird Flights, you will receive our fantastic gift pack absolutely free!
A fantastic reminder of an incredible experience, your pack includes your flight itinerary, popup Spitfire card and exclusive Spitfire Pilots notes for ML407 written by the pilots who fly her.
Make sure you read them thoroughly, there will be a test!
WITH EVERY SPITFIRE BOOKING
Our Warbird experience flights take off from Sywell Aerodrome near Northampton, and as a Ultimate Warbird Flights customer you have access to all of the fantastic facilities the airfield offers.
The terminal building houses the beautiful art deco Aviator restaurant, serving delicious food and drink throughout the day and offering the perfect vantage point to watch the aircraft come and go.
The airfield is also home to The Aviator Hotel, meaning you can make your warbird experience into an extra special occasion by staying overnight.
For more information on The Aviator Hotel and to book a room, click here
EXPLORE NORTHAMPTON'S AVIATION HERITAGE
Sywell is home to the Sywell Aviation Museum, which is a voluntary, non-profit-making organisation aiming to preserve the history of Sywell Aerodrome and Northamptonshire’s aviation heritage from the early days of aviation to the Second World War and beyond.
Entry to the musuem is free of charge.
Click here to visit the museum website for more information