Pilots are extremely professional balloonist and also have access to your dedicated balloon calling service together with all the MET office. There are tons of unique variables which the Pilots need to appear at when determining whether it’s safe to fly, the principal regions are wind rates, rain, vulnerability and danger of storms. Wind speeds and directions differ at various altitudes, so that they look closely in the ground rates and speeds over the gradient (1000ft). If we’ve got an especially low flying flow, we may have a beautiful still afternoon on the floor but it can be very gusty about the gradient that could allow it to be rather dangerous for the balloons. We’re also not able to fly whether there’s a probability of thunder storms in the region or very low visibility due to fog or mist.
I have picked a backup date, what exactly happens when my very first flight is delayed as a result of unsuitable weather?
It is possible to reserve up to 3 times at one time so long as they’re 5 days apart. If your airport is cancelled, then you may automatically be reserved for your book date. Should you fly in your first effort, the book dates will be published for different individuals to reserve. If you don’t pick a book date, then you’ll have to contact us to reserve a different date in whenever possible.