Yankee Lady WWII B-17 Bomber is coming to Cape May

Book a Flight Experience!  June 10th- June 12th Naval Air Station Wildwood NJ


The World War II B-17 bomber “Yankee Lady” is due to arrive at the Cape May Airport on Sunday evening. It will be open for tours and excursion flights Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Flying Fortress, fully restored by the Yankee Air Museum, is scheduled to arrive at Naval Air Station Wildwood around 7 p.m. Sunday. It opens to the public at 10 a.m. Monday. The ground tours will be included with regular museum admission. Flights will cost more. For prices and to make reservations, call Dave Wright at 734-483-4030, ext. 236.

June 10th-12th – American Pride Days, featuring B-17 fly-in In partnership with the Yankee Air Museum. B-17 walk-through tours included with regular admission! Flights on the B-17 “Yankee Lady” are available, please call Dave Wright (734-483-4030 ext. 236) to book a reservation. B-17 will be at the museum all day June 10, 11, 12! Special guest speakers include: Geoffrey Rossano (Tue. June 11, 2013).

Take an unforgettable flight of a lifetime on one of our vintage aircraft! Flight experiences on our B-17 “Yankee Lady” or B-25 “Yankee Warrior” are available beginning in May and running through October. We offer flights out of Willow Run, MI and Port Clinton, OH on a regular basis however, we also fly around the country throughout air show season to bring this experience to other aviation enthusiasts. Reservations for each are required, so click on either one of our classic beauties to learn more and to find out when they are coming to a city near you!