Fly in a 1929 Aircraft in North Little Rock
Whether your kids love airplanes or you just want to take a step back in time, a flight in the 1929EAA Ford Tri-Motor is sure to be a memorable experience.
The historic aircraft is in North Little Rock for just four days — from Oct. 12-15.
Here's a little background info on the plane: From 1926 through 1933, Ford Motor Company built 199 Tri-Motors. EAA’s model 4-AT-E was the 146th off Ford’s innovative assembly line and first flew on August 21, 1929. It was sold to Pitcairn Aviation’s passenger division, Eastern Air Transport, whose paint scheme is replicated on EAA’s Tri-Motor.
EAA’s Tri-Motor can carry up to 10 passengers at a time, with every seat a window seat and passengers are encouraged to bring a camera to record and share their experiences. Rides are available Thursday from 2-5 p.m. and Friday-Sunday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tickets for the 30 minute experience purchased in advance are $70 for adults and $50 for children 17 and under. Walk up tickets are $75 for adults. For more details about the flight, click here.
The flights take place at the North Little Rock Municipal Airport and guests can call (920) 379-8348 for information on walk-up space and getting their tickets.