UPDATE: There has been a change in the plans for the DC-3.
The DC-3 will now be here until Sunday, so if you have not made it out here to see it and want to, there's still time!
The Terre Haute International Airport tells News 10, "We are excited to hear that they will be staying with us a few days longer."
Come out and visit the DC-3 before they leave for New York on Sunday Morning!
A 1937 American Airlines DC-3, a twin-engine propeller-driven passenger aircraft, will be at the airport through Thursday.
"It's the oldest DC-3 flying in the world," said Dave Gorrell, one of the pilots and member of the Flagship Detroit Foundation who brought the plane to Terre Haute on Tuesday afternoon. "We love to come out here and show it off."
You can visit the Flagship Detroit Wednesday and Thursday at Hulman Field during regular business hours. Members of the foundation will be standing by to give tours.
To take a flight in the aircraft requires membership in the foundation, which costs $150 annually.
Special thanks to Bill Foraker for taking us in the air. The DC-3 was a part of the American Airlines fleet.
- Video 1 A view in the air of the DC-3 Flagship Detroit
- Video 2 Video as the plane comes in along with video from inside the plane
- Video 3 Interview with the crew
Click Here for photos from today!
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