Balloons over in Inle Lake
Celebrate your safe return with a glass of sparkling wine
Take a flight certificate home with you
Passengers must accept and sign the acknowledgment document of at-risk activities
Passengers with a body weight of in excess of 125 kg/280 lbs or a passenger who requires a space or seating for two persons will be requested to pay a 100% surcharge on the ticket price. Failure to provide accurate information in advance may lead to the refusal of flight at the launch site, whereby no refund will be offered
Any medical condition such as epilepsy, recent surgery or other condition which can affect your ability to fly or assist the crew must be disclosed to Oriental Ballooning at the time of booking, and to the pilot on the day of your flight. Pregnant women will not be allowed on flights. Oriental Ballooning will not be liable for illness or injury due to any undisclosed condition or failure to comply with any reasonable instruction given by the pilot, crew or company representatives.
Children under the age of 8 years will not be accepted as passengers with Oriental Ballooning. Children aged 9-16 years with a minimum height of 1.4m / 4ft 6ins will be accepted if accompanied by a responsible adult.
Oriental Ballooning carries third party and passenger liability insurance for all its balloons.
Oriental Ballooning cannot accept liability for claims arising as a result of an act or default of any other passengers or bystanders.
Oriental Ballooning cannot accept liability for loss or damage to persons or property that result from negligence on the part of the passenger.
In order to achieve a safe flight, Oriental Ballooning reserves the right to cancel or delay flights or change launch site at very short notice. Oriental Ballooning does not accept liability for any consequential loss or inconvenience.
PREPARATION FOR FLIGHT
Passengers should wear long-sleeved shirts and long trousers or skirts, preferably made from natural fibres
Full attention must be paid by passengers to the safety briefing given before the launch of the balloon, and questions should be put to pilot if the briefing is not understood or unclear
The pilot is legally responsible for the safety of all passengers at all times connected with the flight and he or she has the right to refuse passengers for whatsoever reason as to not endanger the flight or other passengers
The pilot has full authority and passengers and crews must follow his instructions.