Climb aboard a historic North American T-6 Texan Warbird and imagine you're a 1940's pilot preparing for a dogfight!
Your experienced pilot will provide a personal look into how fighter pilots of the 1940's trained for their historic WWII missions.
Climb into the cockpit and with a flip of the ignition switch the prop begins to turn as the engine pops, sputters, and roars to life!
Feel the G-forces during your Warbird adventure flight as you carve up the sky with some high powered flying. Experience the unique sound, smell and feel of a genuine supercharged fighter trainer.
The plane has dual controls, so you can even try your hand at flying!
About the North American T-6:
Known as the "Pilot Maker" because it trained over 100,000 allied pilots in WW II, the Texan was built as an advanced fighter trainer for the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy and many Allied nations.
The designation AT-6 was used by the Army Air Corps, while the Air Force referred to it as a T-6, and the Navy called the aircraft an SNJ. The Commonwealth Air Forces referred to it as a Harvard.
The planes were designed to be flown by experienced pilots transitioning to the hot front line during the war and were used to teach air combat, gunnery, bombing and aircraft carrier operations.
Daily - 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
*Pending pilot availability
|location||Cherokee County Airport- Ball Ground, GA|