Ever wanted to take a ride on some aircraft from the “Golden Age” of flight? Then here’s your chance.
Until October 23, the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) had brought in a B-17 and Ford Tri-Motor to the Manassas Regional Airport, according to a release.
More on the planes, from a release:
These are two rare, historic airplanes. The Ford Tri-Motor, built in 1929, was among the very first mass produced airliners from the “Golden Age” of flight. The 1945 B-17G bomber is one of the most iconic images of World War II, a vivid link back to the brave men and women of the “greatest generation.”
Interested individuals will be able to watch these two planes fly, or even ride of them at the airport. The B-17 will also be available for ground tours, according to a release.
For more information about the planes and fees for flights, click here.