Commemorative Air Force Airbase Georgia
The Commemorative Air Force Airbase Georgia is the Georgia chapter of the Commemorative Air Force a 501cs education non-profit that operates the largest World War II flying museum in the world today. Founded in 1987 and based at Atlanta Regional Airport-Falcon Field, Peachtree City, The Commemorative Air Force Airbase Georgia has restored and currently flies seven World War II and Korean War-era aircraft, including a P-51 Mustang, FG-1D Corsair, and rare Douglas SBD Dauntless, one of only three flying today.
The Commemorative Air Force Airbase Georgia Warbird Museum includes a restoration shop, World War II artifacts, and a room for meetings and special events. Public programs include guest speaker series, tours for schools and youth groups, flyovers for civic events, hangar dance fundraisers, and WWII Heritage Days, Georgia's oldest and largest WWII-theme history festival, in October.
Great for group tours, educational tours, aviation and history buffs, and more! Rides in a historic aircraft are available for purchase! Flights cost anywhere from $150 - $2,400.The Commemorative Air Force Airbase Georgia is a founding partner of the Georgia World War II Heritage Trail. For more info about the Georgia WWII Heritage Trail visit www.georgiawwiitrail.org.
|Near Interstate Highway||
|Suitable for Ages||