Boeing Stearman PT-17/N2S-3
To watch our 1942 Stearman restoration visit: http://www.stoinoff.com/lock_stearman
$229.00 plus tax and fuel surcharge- 30 minute hands-on flight, NO aerobatics
Now is your chance to fly the legendary Boeing Stearman. Our aircraft is a stock 1942 Boeing Stearman and other than a few modifications for an increased level of safety, it is exactly what our heros flew in WWII. Waldo will take the guest through the first 6-8 missions as established by the instructors who taught cadets to fly in these amazing aircraft. How do we know? Our flight program was developed by Lon Cooper, a flight instructor with the Lodwick School ofAeronautics in Lakeland, FL, from 1941-1945. With dual controls and a modern intercom system, the guest will have no problem entering basic training in this beautifully restored plane. Video recordings of the flight are available for an extra $50, and look like this (click link for video.)****Full audio is recorded on all flights-some youtube users choose to mute the sound experience.****
FROM BEGINNERS TO PROFESSIONAL PILOTS, A HANDS-ON FLIGHT EXPERIENCE IN THE STEARMAN IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE MISSED!
Height and Weight Restrictions: Guests must be at least 10 years old AND over 5 feet tall, and not weigh more than 275 lbs.
Effective March 1, 2011, there is a $10 per ticket fuel surcharge added to the price as well as any applicable taxes.
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Hey, guys! I just wanted to convey again, my sincere thanks for an incredible experience! Getting the chance to merely ride in an open-cockpit airplane - much less than actually taking the controls and flying it - was just amazing. I have been re-living the experience ever since. I cannot thank you enough for the opportunity, and for the patience to listen to me as I shared my family's barnstorming experiences. I felt closer to my Dad flying that Steerman than ever while he was alive. Most respectfully, Paul
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