T6 Warbird Ride in New York

From: $350   


American Airpower Museum - Farmingdale, NY


Thursday through Sunday - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
*Pending pilot availability

Have you ever dreamed of being a fighter pilot during the World War II era? Climb aboard the North American T-6 Warbird for the ride of a lifetime!
  • The North American T-6 is the aircraft many WWII pilots trained in and was a common barnstorming warbird
  • Enjoy an unparalleled view of Long Island from the cockpit of a T-6
  • Includes a 1 day membership to the American Airpower Museum, along with 1 guest pass

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This dual controlled, advanced trainer will give you a personal peek into how fighter pilots of the 1940's trained for their historic WWII careers.

Climb into the cockpit and settle carefully into your chute and bucket seat. With a flip of the ignition switch, the prop begins to turn and the engine pops, sputters and roars into life!

Feel the G-forces during your Warbird adventure flight as you carve up the sky with some high powered flying. Experience the unique sound, smell, and feel of a genuine ex-Navy supercharged fighter trainer.

Plus, you'll experience an unparalleled bird's eye view of Long Island!

About the North American T-6:
Known as the "Pilot Maker" because it trained over 100,000 allied pilots in WWII, the Texan was built as an advanced fighter trainer for the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy and many Allied Nations.

The designation AT-6 was used by the Army Air Corps, while the Air Force referred to it as a T-6, while the Navy called the aircraft an SNJ. The Commonwealth Air Forces referred to it as a Harvard.

They were designed to be flown by experienced pilots transitioning to the hot front line fighters of the 1940's and were used to teach air combat, gunnery, bombing and aircraft carrier operations.

Key Info >

Essential Information:

  • Participants must be less than 280 pounds, have no medical limitations, and minors must be accompanied by an adult
  • Includes 1 day membership for participant and 1 guest to visit the American Airpower Museum. Any additional guests will have to purchase an entrance ticket.

Total experience lasts approximately 45-60 minutes, with approximately 20-25 minutes of flight time.

Maximum Participants:
This flight is for 1 passenger only.

Participant will receive a 1 day membership to the American Airpower Museum and may bring 1 guest to visit the museum on the day of his or her flight experience.

Weather Dependent:
This experience is weather dependent. Always contact the experience provider with any questions regarding weather conditions.

What to Wear:
Wear comfortable clothing appropriate for weather conditions, no high heel shoes.

Booking Information:
For this experience, it is recommended to request bookings at least 14 days in advance.

Cancellation Policy:
Prior to scheduling/booking a date for this experience, Cloud 9 Living's standard return and exchange policy shall apply. Once you have scheduled a date and received a booking confirmation, no refunds will be given. Rescheduling is allowed up to 7 days prior to your experience, failure to appear on your booked date or to reschedule at least 7 days prior to your booked date will result in the loss of the value of your experience. In the event your experience is canceled due to inclement weather you will reschedule your experience directly with your experience provider.

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  1. Are there any physical restrictions for this flight?
    Participants must have no medical limitations to participate.
  2. Can I bring friends to the museum?
    You will receive a 1 day membership to the American Airpower Museum and may bring up to 4 guests to visit the museum on the day of his or her flight experience.

Customer Reviews:

  • T-6 Warbird Ride

  • June 21, 2017

  • 5

  • New York

"Out of this world, much better then expected. Pilot was great, made the flight very interesting. Had a great time."

  • T-6 Warbird Ride

  • August 29, 2016

  • 5

  • New York


  • T-6 Warbird Ride

  • August 15, 2016

  • 5

  • New York

"The people I met were the best group of individuals I have ever had the privilege of meeting. They were an unbelievable group. I liked them so much that I volunteered to work at the museum when I retire in the spring. Fabulous. Thank you, all!"