Maybe you've seen a little V-wing plane, looking something like a hang glider or ultralight, flying around the South Bay in recent months, taking scenic excursions.
Turns out, you can hop in for an intimate, low-altitude flight – any time.
Pacific Blue Air LA flies the state-of-the art Revo Evolution aircraft, an open-air two-seater Light Sport Aircraft that owner Courtney Brin likes to refer to as a "motorcycle or big jet ski in the sky."
The flights aren't just tours: Passengers are taught how to fly the craft, and are encouraged to take the controls. Each flight is a lesson, typically with Pacific Blue Air LA's chief flight instructor, Henry Boger. Pacific Blue is based conveniently at the Hawthorne Airport.
Flying in the Revo Evolution…