Aerobatic World War II aircraft seeks thrill-seeking riders

Jun 8, 2022 | Entertainment | 0 comments

The Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton Ohio will be hosting Checkers, a World War II aircraft used for advanced pilot training, and this weekend you can fly in the same aircraft!

On Saturday and Sunday, June 11-12, the T-6 Texan known as the Pilot Maker, will fly in for public rides. The aircraft was primarily used as the final training aircraft for pilots prior to them being assigned to the field.

Whether you are looking for a comfortable flight rumbling over the countryside or pulling some G’s in actual aerobatic fighter-pilot maneuvers, the team of skilled aviators from Kestrel Warbird Experience will be at Liberty Aviation Museum to make your dreams (or bucket-list activity) complete.

You can pre-pay and pre-book your flight time at or by calling 937-830-9799, by calling Kestrel Warbird Experience, or simply queue up for a ride at Liberty Aviation Museum. Space is limited.

Liberty Aviation Museum is located at 3515 East State Rd. Port Clinton.   Since its founding in 2011, Liberty Aviation Museum has blossomed into one of the finest boutique museums of its kind in the United States.

For more information, contact James Priebe at 440-781-9618 or visit

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