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Ford Tri-Motor Visits Put-in-Bay
August 4, 2019 - August 5, 2019
Liberty Aviation Museum’s 1928 Ford Tri-Motor is scheduled to depart the Liberty Aviation Museum for flight experiences at Put-in-Bay Airport for 2 days (weather permitting). Take this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the magic of flight in the world’s first mass-produced airliner. Flight experiences usually last about 15 minutes of air time and 5-10 minutes on the ground. Available times are 9am-5pm, with arrival by 4pm to guarantee a seat on the aircraft. Weather permitting! Please call 419-732-0234 on the day of, before traveling long distances to the museum. If you purchased advance tickets, you will be notified directly in the event of flight cancellations. Please make sure to include a phone number online when you purchase tickets.
Ticket prices: Adults are $77 per adult in person, $72 advance online: www.flytheford.org. Children (17 & under) are $52 per child walkup/advance. Right seat upgrade may be available for $130.00 (restrictions apply). Book your flight online: eaa.org/shop/Flights/FlyTheFord.aspx, call: 1-877-952-5395 or email: email@example.com. Questions? Call the Liberty Aviation Museum at (419)732-0234.
***$5.00 from every seat sold during this tour stop will fund the THF’s Port Clinton Ford Tri-Motor Restoration at the Liberty Aviation Museum. ****
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, large 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?
Yes, you can view the waivers online at: airventuremuseum.org/fordtrimotor/
Parents are required to sign a waiver for each minor under the age of 18.