Yankee Air Museum's WWII B-25D Mitchell bomber "Yankee Warrior" will be visiting the Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton, Ohio, for air adventures this year at the Erie-Ottawa International Airport Authority!!!
**Expected arrival time in the early/mid-morning (Times will be updated closer to event) (weather pending) in Port Clinton.**
**Flight experiences at the Liberty Aviation Museum during 2018 will be offered in several time slots: 11am, 1pm, & 2pm on the following dates:
*Saturday, May 26th, 2018
*Sunday, Sept 2nd, 2018
***PLEASE CALL prior to traveling long distances out on the day of the event to insure that the aircraft is coming to the museum.**
**Air Adventures in the B-25 are $400.00 per person. 30min in air, 15min of briefing and familiarization of aircraft. **
** Reservations can be made online here: www.yankeeairmuseum.org, click on the "Book a flight experience tab".
Aircraft Ride Purchase by Phone or Email:
To schedule a ride on either the B-17, B-25, C-47, and/or Waco Biplane, contact:
Megan Dziekan at 734-483-4030 Ext. 221 to place your order reservation over the phone.
**Flight experiences on the B-25D are $400 and can be purchased as gifts for others. **
In inclement weather, the plane will not fly or travel out to the museum so please call on the day of the event and prior to traveling long distances.
The B-25D Mitchell bomber, "Yankee Warrior" is owned and operated by the Yankee Air Museum, based at historic Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti, Michigan. This type of aircraft was the most effective medium bomber in World War II and best remembered for the carrier launched Doolittle Raid against Japan on April 18, 1942. More maneuverable, lighter and faster, this aircraft provides the ultimate bomber ride. Yankee Air Museum is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. For more information about Yankee Air Museum: call 734-483-4030 or visit the www.yankeeairmuseum.org website.
For a 90-second video glimpse into a ride aboard our aircraft visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rkfBZgPnQI
Any questions, please read the FAQ's on Yankee's page located here http://www.yankeeairmuseum.org/documents/YAM_FAQ.pdf