Everything you need to know about the Aircraft Adventure team building activity

Your team has crash-landed a simulated plane mock up, on either the Coast or the Outback and must work together to survive both in the environment and against the opposing teams. A great mix of challenges are included, which will cover team planning, initiative, leadership, communication skills as well as a physical element, or they can simply be just for fun.


Points are accumulated throughout the day, extra points awarded for outstanding teamwork and initiative. The team with the most points will be awarded the most likely to survive.

What happens during the Aircraft Adventure team building activity

In teams, participants are first blindfolded and led into a mock-up crash site (usually not even knowing what lays ahead).


Teams must then escape their doomed aircraft and treat their injured teammates before competing in a series of challenges, such as navigation, survival skills (including rope making and fire making), high ropes and raft challenges to earn points.


In order to be successful in Aircraft Adventure, teams must work together to survive each and every challenge that range from physical to mental challenges.

Next Steps

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Activity Details
  • Outdoor
  • 3 hours
  • $$
  • Daytime
Number of People
  • 0-20, 20-40, 40-60, 60-80, 100+
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