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B-29 Doc Flight Experience

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Fly through the skies in B-29 Doc, a rare World War II bomber! Experience a piece of history 8,000 feet up, as you find yourself where veterans once sat as they fought for freedom.

Each B-29 Doc Flight Experience will last approximately 90 minutes and include a 30-minute ride. Prior to takeoff, passengers will experience a crew briefing and learn more about the history of the B-29 and role it played in U.S. history. Passengers will also get to hear and see the sights and sounds of engine starts and run-ups prior to takeoff.

CAF B-17 Texas Raiders Flight Experience

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Presented by the Commemorative Air Force, the B-17 Flying Fortress Texas Raiders is one of only three remaining that are actively flying in the U.S. today. This aircraft was the first Flying Fortress to be restored solely for the sake of education and use as a flying museum, and is an accurately restored B-17, bristling with machine guns and featuring period-specific equipment.

Attending CAF aircraft will also include the ferocious SB2C Helldiver dive-bomber, the popular SNJ / T6 Texan advanced trainer in which thousands of airmen trained for combat. Both warbirds will offer cockpit tours and flights and Living History Flights.

Fans who want the ultimate Flying Fortress experience can make a reservation now for one of the limited number of 20-minute flights on the classic aircraft.

EAA B-25 Flight Experience

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The North American B-25 Mitchell is a medium bomber from the Second World War. This powerful twin engined and twin tailed aircraft was used by every branch of the United States military. It is the only US military aircraft to ever be named after an individual, air power advocate General Billy Mitchell.

This B-25 Mitchell aircraft has been on display in the Eagle Hangar of the EAA museum for decades. Now, fully restored in her silver screen markings, “Berlin Express” is ready for her next mission. One to honor our World War II veterans as well as inspire a new generation of aviation enthusiasts.