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Experience flying in a historical World War II aircraft at Orlando Sanford International Airport

The CAF AirPower History Tour is coming to Central Florida!


On Tuesday, March 14 and Wednesday, March 15, experience the sights, smells and sounds of historic World War II aircraft at Orlando Sanford International Airport.


This is a rare opportunity to not only see, but ride some of the rarest World War II bombers including, the B-24 Liberator “Diamond Lil” as part of the Commemorative Air Force's AirPower History Tour.


Experience flying in a historical World War II aircraft at Orlando Sanford International Airport

Admission to see the planes is $20 for adults, $10 for children ages 11 to 17 and free for kids 10 and under.


Tickets are available for purchase at the event and include a free B-24 cockpit tour.


Prices vary if you wish to fly in a plane.


There will be five planes featured in this showcase that we're actually used in WWII, for more information, and to book a ride in the warplanes click here.


Here is the warplanes that will be in attendance, and information on each plane.


B-24 Liberator Diamond Lil


You can relive history and ride on one of the rarest WWII bombers in existence by taking a “Living History” Bomber Ride.


This unique experience allows you to sit in the veteran's seats. You can see and feel what the veteran's experienced, minus the bullets and the flak.


Climb Aboard the Legendary B-24 Bomber. Over 18,000 Liberators were Built and Today Only Two Remain.


Experience flying in a historical World War II aircraft at Orlando Sanford International Airport


Boeing Stearman


Experience the thrill and joy of an open cockpit biplane. The PT-13 trained more crews than any other aircraft during WWII.


Officially Named the Boeing Model 75, This Plane is Almost Universally Known as the "Stearman." The Army Designated it the "PT," the Navy the "N2S", and the Canadians called it the "Kaydet." By Any Name, it is Recognized as the Quintessential Primary Trainer for American Aviators in World War II.


Experience flying in a historical World War II aircraft at Orlando Sanford International Airport


T-6 Texan


Fly in the legendary trainer of World War II. Our aviators were taught how to fly in the same type of trainer. This is a true warbird ride that will take you back 50 plus years.


Experience flying in a historical World War II aircraft at Orlando Sanford International Airport


T-34 Mentor


Fly in a former Air Force primary trainer. Property of the Air Force from 1954 to 1970, it is one of the few T-34's still flying with the original 225 HP engine.


Experience flying in a historical World War II aircraft at Orlando Sanford International Airport


RC-45J Expediter


The C-45 was used during World War II as a multi-engine trainer. It was also used for light cargo transport and general transportation duties, most often as VIP transport.


Experience flying in a historical World War II aircraft at Orlando Sanford International Airport

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