Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona Museum is combat aviation museum where you can discover a rare, multi-sensory experience like no other and learn how aircraft evolved as a vital partner to ground and sea operations from WWI to present.
You can walk through their working hangar and watch aircraft mechanics bring powerful engines to life, climb aboard their bombers and cargo planes, but the best experience you’ll get if you book once-in- a-lifetime flight in an authentic warbird. You can choose among six WWII aircraft.
The Airbase Arizona Flying Museum is offering two spectacular scenic night flights, one of them already happened on May 7th, but you still have time to book another one on May 21st at 7:30 p.m. which offer unique and inspiring views of the Valley of the Sun at night, including cityscapes and desert. Hurry up and book now here.
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The flight will take place in a historic C-47 Skytrain that flew highly classified missions transporting spies and supplies and rescuing wounded and refugees.
This aircraft, popular called “Old Number 30” has been meticulously maintained and updated in flying condition. It features an executive interior offering comfortable viewing of the valley from the air.
More details about C-47 here.
Date: May 21st (recurring event)
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Enjoy the journey!