About Red Baron
Red Baron Tiger Moth
In Australia, the first Red Baron, David Voight, took to the skies in a Tiger Moth in June 1983. For the next nine years Red Baron’s Tiger Moth was a familiar sight over Sydney Harbour. In August 1992 the Tiger Moth was retired and replaced by a Pitts Special S2A aerobatic biplane. The Pitts was painted in identical colours to the Tiger Moth, so the transition passed virtually unnoticed except to aircraft aficionados.
Under new management in 1994, Red Baron’s fleet expanded, as did the range of scenic flights and thrill-seeker flights on offer. In May 2005 Red Baron once again changed hands and today flies from Red Baron HQ at Bankstown Airport over Sydney Harbour, the northern beaches and the Blue Mountains.
Red Baron Pitts Special
For many it is the chance to fly in an open cockpit bi-plane which makes Red Baron flight the ultimate experience. As Red Baron flies right over the heart of Sydney, there is nothing between you and the spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Manly and Bondi Beach or the lush eucalypt filled valleys of The Blue Mountains.
Red Baron looks forward to sharing this thrill with the residents of Sydney and visiting tourists alike for many more years to come.
Book now and enjoy your own Red Baron experience today!