The Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton has a special adventure for Father’s Day Weekend, with rides on the legendary UH-1 Iroquois, better known as “the Huey” helicopter, on Saturday, June 18. The aircraft is being provided by the Yankee Air Museum.
The $99 rides will provide at least 10 minutes of air time, which does not include briefing or the loading or unloading of the aircraft. To schedule a ride on either the B-17, B-25, C-47 or Huey, contact Rebecca Folsom at 734-252-6457 or email email@example.com.
After booking a flight, always contact the Liberty Aviation Museum directly prior to traveling long distances to verify the event is still going on, or if weather will cause a cancellation.
Dress appropriately for the weather. If weather is appropriate, the crew will keep the doors of the Huey open, which will make it cooler during flight. It is also advised to wear sneakers. Ear protection is provided.
All sources of digital media are welcome aboard to capture your incredible experience. All passengers are required to sign a Release of Liability upon arrival.
Be advised that there may be some waiting before you board the aircraft to ensure a smooth operation.
Liberty Aviation Museum members must show their valid membership card or welcome email if purchasing on site. Children still using booster seats in a vehicle are too young to fly. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
The aircraft were not designed for standard passenger operations, but have successfully flown people of limited mobility. Passengers must be able to get in and out of the aircraft on their own volition, or with minimal assistance to ensure their safety.
All sales are final for Air Adventure flights.