the Guide - Alabama Jubilee Hot Air Balloon Classic
Puppy n’ Pals
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Lou Bottiggi Jr
Mike & Stuart Brent
Eddie and Rickenbacker
Dan Fitzjarrald &
Spirit Chaser II
Karen’s Dream II
Heart & Soul III
Dave & Judy
Dave & Judy
Magic Carpet Ride
Aero Force One
My Cup of Tea
Up Up and a Wave
Tips to get the most out of the Alabama Jubilee:
Balloons fly early in the morning and late afternoon. Morning flights are 6:00a.m.; Afternoon 6 :30p.m.
Tethered rides require a signed a waiver of lability; children 19 and under must be accompanied by a
parent or guardian.
Many pilots will not tether children three and under. The loud burner noise can damage their ears.
Paid flights are not sold during the Jubilee. If you would like to purchase a ride for another time there are
many pilots that sell them. For more information please visit: www.HeartofDixieBalloonClub.com .
Dress appropriately and wear sunscreen.
No smoking on the launch field. Balloons use liquid propane fuel, which is highly flammable.
Dogs and pets are welcome but must be leashed and bagged after.
Lawn chairs, camp chairs and small picnic items are allowed; however please keep your setup at the
edges of the launch field.
No tailgating tents, ‘pop tents’, or full size tents are allowed on the field. Small umbrellas and shading
devices are acceptable.
The Alabama Jubilee is a ‘NO-DRONE-ZONE’ drones may NOT be operated (even by a licensed
pilot) unless you have an FAA Waiver attached to ours during times of ballloon operations.