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Our Fleet

Experience the thrill of an aerial adventure with a ride in our unique open cockpit airplane. Our knowledgeable pilots will provide a safe and enjoyable ride while you marvel at the beauty of the world from the air.

The Stearman aircraft is an original military trainer, built by Boeing in the 1940’s and used by the U.S. Army Air Corps as a pilot training aircraft during WWII. After the war these aircraft were sold as government surplus and were used for many years as a crop dusters in the southwestern United States.


The Kaydet, the two-seater biplane introduced by Stearman Aircraft Division of Boeing in Wichita, Kansas, in 1934, became an unexpected success during World War II. It's simple, rugged construction made it ideal as a trainer for novice pilots for the U.S. Army Air Corps (PT-13/-17) and Navy (NS/N2S).

The Kaydets had fabric-covered wooden wings, single-leg landing gear and an over-built welded-steel fuselage.


This open cockpit aircraft flies low and slow with a cruise speed of 96 mph.

PT-17 Stearman

PT-17 Stearman Airplane in Flight
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