SELINSGROVE — Heritage Aviation host the third annual Aviation Heritage Days from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 22 at Penn Valley Airport. Parking is $5 and benefits the local Boy Scouts of America. Event includes static WWII airplane displays of several planes including a B25, TBM, SNJ, AT6, Stearman, Vultee, YAKS, WACO, Navion and Longeze. Spectators can purchase open air “Red Baron” rides in a true WACO bi-plane. Several different ride styles are available: Sightseeing rides are $80 a person with two people in the plane and solo rides are $150. One 30 minute sunset tour will be given and costs $350 for two people. Aerobatic rides (limit five rides) are approximately 20 minutes in length and cost $300 per person. Sky rides in three different Cessna 172 airplanes also available for $20 a seat when three people purchase a ride. WWII re-enactors also on site with two re-enactments that portray a typical altercation between German and American troops during WWII. Also, food vendors, and a car show and Corvette show, featuring Corvettes from 1953 to today. More information, visit online or call 374-7671.
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