Cavanaugh Flight Museum presents Warbirds Over Addison
Cavanaugh Flight Museum, the largest collection of flying historic and military aircraft in the Southwest, hosts its biggest weekend of the year, Warbirds Over Addison. North Texas aviation buffs will have the chance to see, touch and even fly in many of the planes in the unparalleled Cavanaugh collection. The Cavanaugh Flight Museum will fly many of its treasured WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam-era airplanes including: the P-51 Mustang, AD-5 Skyraider, FM2 Wildcat, and many more. Aviation fans can book personal flights at discounted rates in many of these historical planes. Flights start at just $75.
Guests can enjoy aircraft on display plus a Naval carrier aircraft operation demonstration and Sherman Tank demo. This year, the Cavanaugh will celebrate the contribution of Bell Aviation to the war movement by showcasing the very rare P-39 Airacobra and its successor the P-63 Kingcobra. The weekend showcases not only the extensive Cavanaugh collection, but also visiting aircraft brought in by warbird enthusiasts and museum collections around the country.