EAA’s 1929 Ford Tri-Motor
EAA’s 1929 Ford Tri-Motor, America's first mass-produced airliner, brings to mind an era of excitement, energy, and a belief that we, as a nation could achieve anything. That golden age of aviation is part of the spirit that promotes innovation and inspires our youth to reach their fullest potential.
EAA’s “Tin Goose” is just one of few airworthy Tri-Motors remaining today.
Help EAA keep this iconic aircraft flying as a tribute to those who gave to the cause of freedom, a connection to the past, and, a tribute to aviation’s pioneersGive to "Tin Goose"
EAA's B-17 Aluminum Overcast
EAA's B-17 Aluminum Overcast is more than just an airplane. It is a living tribute to the brave individuals who served, sacrificed, and, in many cases gave up their lives defending freedom during World War II. It is a connection to the past and the Greatest Generation who built and served historically on these magnificent warbirds.
Our Join the Flight tour takes Aluminum Overcast around the United States, providing people of all backgrounds with the chance to remember and honor the men and women of WWII who either served on or worked to maintain and build this amazing aircraft.
Aluminum Overcast is just one of 12 airworthy B-17s remaining today.Give to Aluminum Overcast
EAA's B-25 North American Mitchell Berlin Express
The B-25 has a remarkable story. One filled with daring missions and personal sacrifice.
More than just an airplane, the B-25 is living history that holds a remarkable connection to the past and is the most iconic image of World World II. Today, it serves as a tribute to those known as the greatest generation: the bold men and women who built and served on the heavy bombers in the 1940s.
We graciously thank AkzoNobel Aerospace Coatings and Tempest for helping to keep the B-25 flying. All the ticket proceeds support EAA's programs and mission, to grow participation in aviation by promoting The Spirit of Aviation. Our tour stops are hosted by volunteers who are passionate about share the B-25's stories.Give to Berlin Express