Here is your rare opportunity to fly in an authentic Ford Tri-Motor, America's first mass-produced airliner.
Each flight experience is approximately 30 minutes, of which about 15 minutes will be in the air. You will need to be seated while the Ford Tri-Motor is airborne; however, each seat is located next to a window.
What is the cost of a flight?
Ford Tri-Motor flights are $72 per adult in advance (walk-up price is $77), $52 per child 17 and under.
How many people does the Tri-Motor carry?
EAA's Ford Tri-Motor 4-AT can carry up to nine passengers at a time and the Liberty Museum's Ford Tri-Motor 5-AT can carry up to 10. Every seat on both planes is a window seat. It is possible to reserve an entire flight on both planes.
Can I bring a camera?
Yes, you are encouraged to bring cameras and camcorders on board.
Are there any special considerations for children?
An adult must accompany children under the age of 16. Children under the age of 2 can be carried free of charge in an adult's lap.
How accessible is the airplane?
Access to the airplane is easy and not normally a problem for elderly or mobility-limited people. Two normal-sized steps are used to enter the cabin. Seats are individual (no double seats) and separated by an aisle. Seatbelt extensions are available.
Is a waiver of liability required?
Parents are required to sign a waiver for each minor under the age of 18
What if I have other questions?
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call us toll-free at (877)-952-5395.