"To honor veterans and to educate the public on the high cost of freedom"
The Liberty Foundation is pleased to announce its next tour stop of the nation-wide annual flying tour.
The stop will be in Half Moon Bay, CA at Half Moon Bay Airport the week of April 22-28, culminating as a headline attraction in the Pacific Coast Dream Machine Show on April 28.
The general public and media are encouraged to come and visit and fly the most recognized fighter aircraft of WWII, a P-51 Mustang.
Throughout the week, the Liberty Foundation will be offering flight experiences in this historic airplane. Two flight experience options will be available for purchase. A ten minute experience can be purchased for $1,195 or a 20 minute experience for $1,995. The airplane will be able to accommodate one passenger per flight.
This specific P-51 Mustang was built under license to North American in 1944 by Australia's Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC) in Melbourne, Australia. The aircraft participated in Atomic Bomb testing by the Australians after WWII and served 10 years as a target tow plane before falling into private ownership, being acquired by the Erickson Aircraft Collection in 1983.
For more information on this once-in-a-lifetime experience, visit their Facebook page.