You can fly fighter jets all year long, but a minimum of 60 days notice is required to obtain the necessary security clearance. The MiG-29 is an all-weather aircraft, so flights are offered spring, summer, winter and fall.
The most popular fighter jet flying adventure is a five day, four night program that begins and ends in Moscow, Russia. Here is a sample itinerary:
Day One: Arrive Moscow. Met at airport and transported to five-star hotel. Rest, then meet staff for dinner.
Day Two: Breakfast in hotel. Tour with guide. Transported to train station for evening train to Nizhny Novgorod. Met at train station by guide and driver and escorted to hotel for night.
Day Three: Breakfast in hotel. Met by guide and driver and escorted to the air base. Pre-flight briefing. Fitted for flight suit. Incredible fighter jet flight, followed by tour of base air museum, city tour and celebration dinner. Transported to airport for short flight back to Moscow. Met at airport and transported back to Moscow hotel.
Day Four: Breakfast in hotel. Free day to explore. This can be used for flying if there are weather or mechanical issues on day three.
Day Five: Breakfast in hotel. Transported to airport for flight home.