Take a flight in a 1942 North American T-6 SNJ-4 “Texan”. Play the role of World War II Navy pilot. No prior flying experience is required.
The SNJ-4 is the US Navy version of the AT6 “Texan” and is an advanced military trainer with dual controls. The Royal Navy’s version of the plane was known as the “Harvard”. The aerobatic taildragger helped prepare an entire generation of fighter pilots for combat, serving in more than 30 air forces around the world.
Flights take off from the North Bay Air Museum at Sonoma Valley Airport (sometimes known as “Schellville”). The private airport is about four miles north of the town of Sonoma, CA and is a little over an hour’s drive from San Francisco International Airport and Oakland International Airport.
P-40 Warhawk , P-51 Mustang and Biplane are also available at Sonoma Valley Airport. Consider adding additional flights to your Sonoma flying adventure.
60 minute flight: $899 plus applicable fuel surcharge paid on day of flight*
*Fuel surcharge is currently $60 and is subject to change.
By Appointment Only
April to October: Thursday – Sunday
November to March: Saturday, Sunday
Who Can Fly?
You should be in reasonably good health and must be 48” or taller to fly. A release of liability must be signed before being permitted to fly.
Are Photos & Video Available?
We do not provide photos or video but you are welcome to bring your own camera, as long as it has a wrist strap. For safety reasons, no phones or cameras of any kind are permitted in the aircraft unless secured with a strap.