EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — More than four years of work by the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) has paid off as the FAA has lifted a longtime moratorium on new “Living History Flight Experiences” in historic aircraft, particularly warbirds. [Read more…]
Three iconic World War II aircraft — the B-17 Flying Fortress, B-24 Liberator and P-51 Mustang — will be on display with aircraft tours throughout the day. Flights in these beautifully restored historic aircraft are also available. [Read more…]
A selection of airplanes showcased in the “Arsenal of Democracy: World War II Victory Capitol Flyover,” will be on display outside the National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center Saturday, May 9, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. [Read more…]
MADISON, Wisconsin — In a second annual rare gathering of World War II-era aircraft, the Commemorative Air Force and the Experimental Aircraft Association are joining forces for a “Heavy Bombers Weekend” in Madison the weekend before EAA AirVenture.
The three-day event starts Friday, July 25, and will feature the B-25 Mitchell “Miss Mitchell,” the B-17 “Aluminum Overcast,” (pictured) and the P-51 Mustang “Gunfighter.” Other attending aircraft include a T-6 Texan, Canadian Harvard MK IV, Vultee BT-13, Ryan PT-22, L-5 Sentinel, T-33 Shooting Star and an OV-1 Mohawk.
GRANGEVILLE, Idaho – Warbird Weekend is approaching — July 12-13 — and two upcoming fund-raisers are planned to help fund fuel costs that support bringing more aircraft for the two-day show at the Idaho County Airport.
The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) has chosen Dallas Executive Airport (KRBD) as the location for its CAF National Airbase and corporate headquarters.
EAA Warbirds of America has chosen Stallion 51’s Lee Lauderback as its 2013 inductee into the 2013 EAA Sport Aviation Hall of Fame.
There are warbirds at every airshow. Oshkosh, of course, is a feast. But what always grabs me are the veteran GA aircraft adapted for military use. They say to me that “our airplanes” are not toys, but capable, useful flying machines. Some military pilots believed differently, but I’m sticking to my story!