Your Chance to Fly a WWII Legend!
Flights in the P-40 are currently unavailable. Call us at 800-644-7382 so we can let you know when fligjhts become available again.
Learn to fly a rare two-seat P-40 Warhawk. Our dual-cockpit, dual-control Curtis TP-40 N is one of only five such aircraft still in existence. Only about 40 of the two-seat trainer versions of the P-40 were manufactured.
No pilot’s license is required to schedule a flight in “American Dream”.
The P-40 is a World War II legend made famous by the First American Volunteer Group, better known as the “Flying Tigers”, who took to the sky in shark-faced fighters. American pilots flying the P-40 battled the Japanese at Pearl Harbor. Although she primarily served as a training aircraft, “American Dream” is a true war hero, with two confirmed “kills” and one unconfirmed “kill”.
The single-engine P-40 Warhawk made its debut in 1939 and was one of the premier aircraft flown by Allied Forces in World War II. Some know the P-40 as the “Tomahawk” or “Kittyhawk”.
Look forward to an introductory flight or complete pilot training.
Fly a T-6 Texan while you wait to fly a P-40 for a day
you’ll remember forever.
Where will P-40 flights be offered?
Our P-40 and T-6 aircraft are based at a private grass airstrip in Ninety Six, South Carolina. Our location is less than 90 minutes from Greenville/Spartanburg, Columbia and Augusta and three hours from Altanta. The location offers year-round flying weather.
Where is Ninety Six, South Carolina?
Ninety Six is a town of just over 2000 people in the Piedmont region of South Carolina, known for its parks and its Revolutionary War battle sites
Can I experience aerobatics?
Most likely yes, but the final flight profile is determined by your flight instructor pilot.
Are gift certificates available?
Yes, but we recommend waiting to purchase until we have a date when flights will be available again.
Is flying in a P-40 dangerous?
Yes. Our aviation partners maintain the highest possible degree of safety at all times, but flying in high-performance aircraft is inherently dangerous. You will be required to sign a Release of Liability and assume all risks.