After you have purchased your flight, please contact our Flight Scheduler, Emily McGowan at email@example.com or 346-352-7679. Please include yoru flight confirmation number and the plan on which you’ll be flying. The schedule is set on first-come, first-served basis. Please be sure to include contact information in your email, including phone number.
The Lone Star Flight Museum is pleased to offer flight experiences in the Boeing PT-17 Stearman, North American T-6 Texan and the Cessna T-41 Mescalero. Pricing below is per person unless otherwise noted.
North American AT-6 Texan: $325
Boeing PT-17 Stearman: $250
Cessna T-41 Mescalero: $250 (Total price whether 1 or 3 passengers)
Duration of flight experience is 35-40 minutes, 20-25 minutes in the air. Passengers must be 18 or older for the T-6, Stearman and PT-19. Passengers who are 12-17 years old can only fly in the T-41 if accompanied by a parent. They cannot fly without a parent. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Certainly! A flight in one of our historic aircraft makes the perfect gift for all occasions. Flight certificates are available for purchase by phone or in person at the museum. Our flight experiences can also serve as a unique business relationship tool for your clients and employees. Call the museum to discuss how our airplanes can help your business with a great team building or entertainment event.
Arrival:We ask that you arrive 45 minutes prior to your scheduled flight time to get acquainted with the aircraft and pilot. Prior to heading out to the flight line, you will be asked to fill out a liability waiver.
Shortly before boarding the airplane, we will review aircraft safety and flight procedures. You will then be seated in the aircraft. Passengers must remain seated and wear a seatbelt for all ground operations, during takeoff and landing, and at all times during the flight. For the T-6, Stearman, PT-19, SBD and T-41, aircraft safety will take place after passengers climb into the plane.
Stearman, T-41, SBD and T-6 passengers will remain belted in their seats at all times.
Once the crew has secured the aircraft you will be directed to exit. Feel free to pose for pictures, but use caution around the engines of all aircraft as they may still be hot. Please be sure to tour the Museum before you leave.
TRAINERS:The Stearman and PT-19 are open cockpit airplanes and extra care is required when dealing with cameras and other loose items in your possession. Feel free to take pictures; however, we urge you to keep your camera on a short leash. It will be difficult to hold in the 100mph air stream outside the cockpit. Obviously, we are not responsible for any lost items or equipment. A headset will be provided. Sunglasses are encouraged to protect your eyes. The Stearman, PT-19 and T-6 are not climate-controlled so prepare for the weather accordingly. Rubber-soled, closed-toed shoes are mandatory. Non-baggy clothing is reccommended. Skirts are discouraged as some climbing is required to enter the cockpit.