B-29 'FIFI' Visits Tulsa Air And Space Museum
TULSA, Oklahoma - Part of America's military aviation history is visiting Tulsa this week.
Osage SkyNews 6 HD captured video of FIFI the B-29 landing at Tulsa International Airport Monday afternoon.
You can pay to ride on FIFI, one of only two flying B-29s in the world. Joining FIFI will be the P-51 Mustang "Gunfighter," the C-45 Expeditor "Bucket of Bolts," the T-6 Texan from the Commemorative Air Force RISE ABOVE WASP squadron, and the venerable Boeing Stearman.
It's called the Airpower History Tour and it's at the Tulsa Air And Space Museum this week.
The aircraft are all available to tour on the ground and you can speak to the crews about these historic aircraft and their missions during WWII.
You can also book a once-in-a-lifetime flight on any of these rare and historic aircraft!
Visit the tour's Facebook page here.