WWII-era planes coming to Tulsa Air and Space Museum event

WWII-era planes coming to Tulsa Air and Space Museum event

A vintage World War II B29 bomber flies down the National Mall 5/8/15 in Washington, DC. 56 vintage war planes took part in a flyover near the WWII memorial for the 70th anniversary Victory in Europe celebration. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa Air and Space Museum will host historic WWII-era airplanes in September.

The Commemorative Air Force AirPower History Tour is bringing a B-29 bomber, one of only two that still fly, as well as the rare B-24 Liberator, a P-51 Mustang, a C-45 Expeditor, a T-6 Texan and a PT-13 Stearman.

Visitors will be able to see the planes up close, purchase rides and tour the cockpits of the B-29 and B-24.

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The event is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 12-16.

Access to the ramp and museum is $20 for ages 12 and above and $10 for youth ages 5 through 11. Children age 4 and under are admitted free. No coupons or passes are allowed. Rides range from $85 to $1,995 depending on aircraft type and seat position selected. Rides may be booked in advance at AirPowerTour.org where additional information about the event may also be found.

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