Kieran Cuddihy has gone from the airwaves to the air.
The Hard Shoulder host got a taste of the high life, as he took to the skies with the Royal Jordanian Falcons.
The aerobatic team is in Ireland for the Bray Air Display, which takes place on July 29th and 30th.
The Royal Jordanian Falcons were formed in 1976 for the promotion of Jordan, serving as the country's "roving ambassadors."
The Falcons are made up of of five Extra-330 LX aerobatic aircraft.
Kieran got the royal treatment in one of them.
Speaking afterwards, Kieran said he was in awe of the pilot's skills.
"There was times I looked out and you could jump, I would say, from one wing to another - we were that close to each other," he said.
"When we did a loop de loop, full upside down over Bray Head, it was absolutely incredible.
"None of us knew it was about to happen so it caught us all by surprise.
"That is just a small taster of what these guys get up to," he added.