SEATING PRICES AND DETAILS
Book your seat online and SAVE.
Seats sell fast and are often sold out by show time. Buying online
guarantees your reservation - and you save.
Buying online guarantees your reservation and saves you some cash,
BOMBARDIER SEAT (ONE) $1,595
online ($1695 at the show)
The FAA has mandated that the walkway between the pilots' seats must
remain sterile, so whoever buys the Bombardier's seat keeps it
throughout the flight. The "best seat in the house".
FLIGHT OBSERVER SEAT (ONE)
at the show)
The "Jump Seat" is directly
behind the pilot and is a great seat.
FLIGHT DECK SEATS (THREE)
The Radio Operator, Navigator and Aft Cockpit Seat riders may rotate during
SEATS (FIVE) $570
online ($595 at the show)
*The Upper Gunner's "Barber Pole Chair" and the Tail Gunner
Position are both restored. Once airborne, the riders in
the five aft fuselage seats are encouraged to rotate and see the
view from both gunner seats and the right and left scanner
blister positions. These offer some awesome views!
passengers receive a souvenir bag with contents commemorating
INFORMATION FOR RIDERS:
Rides are available by
advance online reservation
from the CAF
FIFI flies at an altitude of
less than 10,000 feet and has an open-air, unpressurized cabin that holds
ten passengers; five in front, and five in back. Her flight crew
consists of six experienced and trained crew members; two Pilots, a Flight
Engineer and three Scanners.
Passengers must check in
at the CAF Air Power History Tour Ride Desk
at least one hour prior to their scheduled
flight. Passengers should
photo ID and proof of payment at the time of check-in.
Payment must be made at the time
the seat is booked online. All major credit cards are accepted.
occasion, walk-up reservations may be available at the Air Power History Tour
Ride Desk. Only credit cards and cash are accepted as forms of payment at
the ride desk. Checks are not accepted.
Cameras are the only baggage allowed on flights.
Passengers must be at least
12 years of age.
All riders must be able to physically climb in and out of the aircraft on
their own power, including climbing a ladder and entering through a hatch
without undue difficulty. No one requiring supplemental oxygen for normal
activities will be allowed on ride flights.
Any ride cancelled due to weather will be
rescheduled at the discretion of the flight crew, if time permits.
RESERVATIONS FOR THIS AIRCRAFT WILL NOT BE TAKEN BY THE
MID-ATLANTIC AIR MUSEUM