L-39 Flights Above the Californian Desert
Fly a Fighter Jet in Los Angeles
The L-39 Jets available for you to fly off near Los Angeles, CA are exactly the ones used in many Hollywood Blockbusters. James Bond and Lord of War are only two examples. And now, you’re next!
Get ready to fly the L-39 Albatros military jet. This L-39 was in many movies and is now available for you to rent.
Interested? Learn more:
What will I get?
What’s included in an L-39 flight near Los Angeles, California?
Included in the price are also:
What does it cost?
What does it cost to fly the L-39 in California?
Currently, a 45 minutes L-39 Albatros flight costs USD 2,999.00 including all paperwork. 45 min is the minimum flight time in CA.
What is required to fly a Jet?
What are the requirements fly the L-39 fighter jet in California?
If you’re healthy, you’re probably good to go. See a detailled list of what’s needed.
About the L-39 Jet
A little bit of L-39 history
The Aero L-39 “Albatros” was designed by Aero Vodochody in the former Czechoslovakia (CSSR) to meet the Soviet Air Force’s needs of a lightweight, cost-effective and maneuverable training aircraft. Read more about the L-39 jet aircraft L-39 or book your flight right now by using the form below. Today, it’s possible to fly the L-39 fighter in Los Angeles, CA.
How do I get a flight?
How to book a Fighter Jet Flight
You’d like to fly or give a jet flight as a Gift and wonder how we go from here? Very easy.
The availability is very good so we won’t have problems finding a flight day for you – even on short notice. You can either book a flight for yourself or buy a gift voucher.
And – you can’t do anything wrong. You’ll have the flexibility to change the flight date and you can even change the flight location at no cost. We have Los Angeles/California and Florida (and even Texas and Toronto/Canada) available – all at the same conditions and with the same fantastic flight program.
I loved the flight!
Bob from Turkey booked a flight from Los Angeles. He especially loved the flight over Mojave desert. He wrote us “Thanks again for the wonderful experience.” – and sent us a video he edited from the raw material he got after his flight: