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Warbird Flight Adventures

Warbird Flight Adventures

Painting of B-25J Panchito

It's often said to truly understand a man, you should walk a mile in his shoes. For a limited time, the Delaware Aviation Museum is proud to offer you the chance to not only walk a mile in the shoes of the greatest generation but soar on the wings of the legendary B-25 Mitchell bomber.

Experience the thrill of flight from the crew positions of the aircraft made famous by the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders.

Flight Adventure FAQs:

Warbird Flight Adventure Information:
  • How long is the flight?
    Each flight is approximately 30 minutes, from engine start-up to engine shutdown.

  • What is the cost per flight?
    $450.00 per seat (subject to change, dependent upon venue).

  • What is the appropriate dress for a flight?
    Casual wear - dresses, sandals (or other open-toed shoes) are discouraged.

  • Are children allowed to fly?
    Yes. Children under 18 years of age can fly ONLY if accompanied by a parent or an adult family member.

  • How do I make a Warbird Ride reservation?
    Call 443-458-8926 to reserve your seat and flight time. Seat Assignments (seats available shown in the diagram below in red) and prime time flights are first come first served. Make your reservation early.
Panchito Seating Chart

Seating chart for Warbird Flight Adventures aboard the B-25 Panchito.

  • Jump seat and turret seats have shared access to the bombardier position in the nose during flight for great photo opportunities.
  • All waist gun positions have shared access to each of the large waist gun windows on either side of the aircraft and the tail gunner’s position for  equally great photo opportunities. 
  • For safety, passengers are not allowed to crawl over the bomb bay between the forward and aft compartments.

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