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For a brief moment in history, during a time in the shadow between the World Wars, the usefulness and reliability of airplanes in peacetime was questionable. So each year, from 1926 thru 1931, a tour of the most innovative airplanes would assemble and take flight across America to show off the the best and brightest airplane designs. This traveling parade was quite popular, showing off the potential of aviation to a wary public. Thes National Air Tours ended however, after the effects of the infamous 1929 Stock Market Crash. And so preparation for a 1932 tour were halted. 70 years later, a group of pilots came together, using the 1932 groundwork as a guide, they sought out restored airplanes of the same era, and with support from a number of prestigious sponsors, flew once again across the country! Enjoy this once in a lifetime flying museum of classic airplanes from the Roaring Twenties & the modern-day pilots who flew them. They portray a passion for flying and respect for the flying machines that took them back to the golden age of aviation.

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I felt like I was flying in my 1930 Waco once again! Rocky, former Marine pilot. --Viewer

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