Take an Aerial Tour of Tulsa in our Classic Stinson Voyager!
The Stinson 108 was a popular general aviation aircraft produced by the Stinson division of the American airplane company Consolidated Vultee, from immediately after World War II to 1950. Ours is emblazoned with the Civil Air Patrol’s emblem and features a fully-restored, art deco interior.
Rides are conducted on Saturdays from Jones airport (Riverside to the pilots) up Lewis Ave where you can see Brookside to the Fairgrounds, Philbrook, St. Johns and Hillcrest Hospitals. The flight continues near the University of Tulsa campus, north to view the 1920’s navigation arrow located on the south side of Reservoir Hill, which points toward Tulsa International Airport. Then, over the Bank of Oklahoma Center, around downtown Tulsa buildings, down Brookside and Riverside Drive and on to the airport.
Rides are approximately 20 minutes. They are a wonderful gift for a loved one – or a great escape for yourself! Our Stinson can hold up to three passengers. Individuals aged 12 and over only may fly in our Stinson 108. Maximum passenger weight is 250 lbs per passenger.
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