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Kissimmee/orlando/ Central Florida
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Pilot: KT Budde-Jones

Destination Details

  • Destination: Kissimmee/orlando/ Central Florida
  • State/Province: Florida
  • Website:
  • Airport ID (Check airport ID here): ISM
  • Activities: Fly a WWII T-6 Texan from the front cockpit over central Florida and Disney Area. Aerobatics, formation training and instruction for pilots and non-pilots alike. Located at the Kissimmee Air Museum. Lots of flying action on the field and lots of Warbirds coming and going.
  • About Your Plane: T-6 Texan, SNJ, Harvard was considered the "Pilot Maker" and trained all the fighter pilots not only how to fly but how to fight and win. Great plane to experience what the aces of WWII felt. Dual controlled, you sit in the front cockpit at the controls and the instructor pilot sits in the back seat.
  • Flying Tips: Check the website for special Fly-OIn events throughout the year. Oktoberfest Fly-In on October 17, 2009. Special B-25 flights available for purchase before Sun N Fun 2010.
  • GPS Longitude: 28
  • GPS Latitude: 81
  • Best Season: Yearround
  • What To Bring: Suncreen, hat and a smile

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