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Hop Into The Cockpit Of A WWII Plane Over Hawaii…

Hop into the cockpit of a WWII plane over Hawaii…

Our WWII plane has been featured in a Los Angeles Times article!

By air and by sea, visitors to Oahu have two new ways to see the sights of Honolulu.

Certainly the more spectacular is the just-launched Pearl Harbor Warbirds experiences, in which people take to the skies in actual World War II planes.

During the “Admiral’s Warbird Experience,” guests hop into the rear seats of vintage U.S. Navy aircraft to relive the history of the 1941 attack.

Guests soar along the same routes used by Japanese pilots as they attacked Pearl Harbor, as well as the Bellows, Kaneohe and Wheeler airfields.

For the two-hour package, guests don wartime flight suits and get a “classified” briefing, as if it were December 1941, before spending roughly 45 to 50 minutes in the air. Back on land, there’s also a debriefing. The experience costs $1,495 per person.

But for half the price…

If that price point is a bit hard on the wallet, there is also the “Ensign’s Warbird Experience,” where $795 gets you 30 minutes in the air.

The planes depart from Kalaeloa Airport (formerly Naval Air Station Barber’s Point). It’s 25 miles west of Waikiki near Kapolei. Transportation to and from the resorts is not included.

Info: (844) 774-5304.


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. 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 WWII plane 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.

Due to the difficulty of finding proper parts the Pearl Harbor Warbird will be out of service until early November
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