|Quoting Stitch (Reply 1):|
There is a privately owned one that tours the US with a B-24 Liberator offering walkaboards as well as paid flights. They usually visit BFI (Boeing Field). I took my pop up in them once. Was pretty cool.
Taxiing nearby Boeing's newest commercial aircraft, was a B-17G, a flying testament to the company's long history. This particular B-17G "Sentimental Journey" (c/n 32155) was actually built under license by Douglas in Long Beach and was delivered to the USAF in March of 1945. The aircraft was later stored in Japan then converted over the course of its life for various roles, including one as a tanker.
|Quoting L-188 (Reply 6):|
Missed it by a week.