Flying Circus Biplane Rides

March 6th, 2012

WWII biplanes with the best pilots in the world giving THE BEST and most affordable biplane rides every Sunday at The Flying Circus. Thrill of a lifetime, never to be forgotten experience! Perfect gift for veterans. Group rates. Free parking, Coolers allowed. Picnic tables under the trees. Huge pavilion & modern bathroom for special parties,company picnics, church outings & reunions. Family friendly atmosphere! www.flyingcircusairshow.com Stearmans, Wacos, Piper Cubs, Fleet, PT-17, PT-13, N2S-3, L4, 30’s style Airshow every Sunday in Bealeton, VA, just outside of Washington, DC. Return to the 30’s in this time-machine called The Flying Circus in Bealeton, VA, and go for an airplane ride, too! The BEST, bar none – Every Sunday, May thru October, Gates open at 10:30 AM. See you there!
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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7 Responses

  1. SergiosTorrents says:

    omg i really wana go, im planing on going to the aug 20th one…. is this? “fluffy friendly” though? o_o” cuz im heavy, but im crazy enough enjoy a barrel roll or two 😀

  2. kfsn1904 says:

    Want to? go.

  3. FCAFlyer says:

    @DarkestElemental616
    Thanks for your help on the ground, DE. The leaving off of music is entirely intentional. Too many historical videos cover up the actual sounds of the antique engines and the propellers (which people really want to hear) with music. We all know what music sounds like, so instead, the music here is Continental, Kinner, Lycoming and Pratt? and Whitney. 🙂

  4. GOTTshua says:

    @kylexy36 I laughed hysterically during the entire flight, first time. It is exhilerating! Make sure? you dress warm. A scarf helps!

  5. GOTTshua says:

    My favorite place to ride! LOVE THE FLYING CIRCUS! ? Thank you, pilots, for keeping these planes going. Such a joy!

  6. cautionfiamable says:

    ohh? i see “I got to go up”, not, “ive got to go up” and yes it is a pt17 made in december 1942

  7. MoxleyMauser says:

    I have already been up. I wanted to know if no bucks no? buck rogers was a pt-17 model or not?

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