Enjoy the Moku (island) life on Oahu!
Pearl Harbor Warbirds offers a truly unique adventure for history buffs, aviation geeks and anyone who appreciates a Hawaiian getaway. You’ll enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime chance to soar in the seat of an authentic WWII SNJ T-6 Texan airplane over Pearl Harbor. You’ll view stunning Hawaiian scenery flying over the “moku” of Oahu and go home with memories that are sure to last forever!
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We welcome you to Oahu, Hawaii! Enjoy your flight through history over the moku of Oahu!
To learn more about our aircraft and more Pearl Harbor history, take a look at the following articles:
- Pearl Harbor Aircraft
- The Day After Pearl Harbor
- Artifacts From Pearl Harbor You Can See Today
- Women At Pearl Harbor
- Best Warbird Movies
- Pearl Harbor Stories: Rudy Martinez, 21
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“I can still feel my adrenaline pumping from the ride. It’s hard to imagine how it might have felt to pilot these planes during a real war on these beautiful pacific islands, but I’ve left the day with a better understanding of the attack and what it was like to be in the air in 1941.”
– Juliana B.
Watch Juliana’s incredible video footage of her Pearl Harbor Warbirds experience here!
Pearl Harbor Warbirds offers the best Hawai‘i flight adventure tours available. Immerse yourself in the details of the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor. Soar above the important sites that played a part in the “Day of Infamy.” Relive history as you retrace the steps of the Army and Navy airmen in the days following the bombing. Furthermore, you can fly on some of the same routes the Japanese attackers used into the airfields at Wheeler, Kāne‘ohe and Bellows. Hawaii offers many air tours, but only one warbird airplane flight. Located in Honolulu, Pearl Harbor Warbirds provides a personal historical experience.
Experience an immersive two-hour adventure that allows you to relive history as a Naval Aviator and also fly Pearl Harbor like it was on December 10th, 1941. Learn more about the Admiral’s Warbird Adventure.