Experience the romance and adventure of the GOLDEN AGE OF AVIATION while soaring over many of Atlanta’s most notable attractions in the open-cockpit of a vintage 1935 biplane.
Historically, the 1920’s and 30’s are known as the “GOLDEN AGE OF AVIATION.” An age of barnstormers and biplanes flying off of a farmers’ field commonly referred to as “the patch.”
These daring young men and their flying machines, introduced America to the world of aviation from their surplus World War I biplanes!
Now you, too, can experience the sights, sounds and sensations of Barnstorming in an Open-Cockpit Biplane. Flights are available daily, sun-up to sunset (subject to weather) by appointment from the patio of either the 57th Fighter Group Restaurant or the Downwind Restaurant, both conveniently located on the runway at The Atlanta, Peachtree DeKalb Airport. So put on your leather helmet, pull down your goggles, don your silk scarf, and prepare to lift-off into the wild blue yonder.