Are you looking for something incredible to do this summer? Make this summer one you'll never forget by flying over Ottawa in a vintage biplane!
Flying in a biplane is exhilarating, as the plane has no roof so you will feel the wind on your face! You can try the experience for yourself from May until October 31 in Ottawa, by flying n a Waco UPF-7 open-cockpit biplane.
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Soaring over Ottawa, you'll be able to enjoy the picturesque view. You'll want to make sure to bring your camera on this flight so that you can get stunning photos. As the plane has no roof, the unobstructed view allows for the best pictures of the skies and landscapes below.
All the flights start at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, but the location they travel to depends on the package. Some of the places the biplane fly over include the Ottawa River, Gatineau Park, downtown Ottawa and Parliament Hill.
Surprisingly, this once in a lifetime experience of flying in this plane from circa 1939 is super affordable. Prices start at $65 for two people, so it might be the cheapest flight you ever take! Included the price is your helmet and goggles too.
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Ready to try this experience for yourself? Flights are available from May 1 to October 31 at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum. For more information about this experience or to reserve your flight visit the official website.