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Fun Flights 1929 Travel Air Biplane nicknamed 'Olive' (courtesy photo)

‘Double Dads’ Discount At Fun Flights Biplane Rides

Carlsbad CA– Fun Flights is offering a ‘Double Dads’ Discount’ for a 30-minute airplane ride over Father’s Day weekend at McClellan Palomar Airport, Carlsbad. Two Dads in the same family can fly together in our 1929 Travel Air B-4000 Biplane for a deep discount! Send your Dad and Grandpa into the wild blue yonder for a great adventure on June 14 and 15!


Fun Flights proprietors Brian and Janene Shepherd (courtesy photo)

‘Tis a delicious delight to share with your Dad or your Dad-in-Law as it’s real flying . . .flying like it used to be with helmet and goggles in the open-air! Two passengers sit side by side in the front cockpit while our pilots fly from the rear cockpit (unless you go alone in the front and want to take controls and fly). The ‘Double Dads’ Discount’ is $50 off for one-half hour in the air so only $149 for two. Normal prices start at $199 for two people for one-half hour in the air, $399 for an hour and there is a truly splendiferous Sunset Flight never forgotten at $499.

Call 1-855-TWO-WING (1-855-896-9464) now and we’ll take you for the flight of a lifetime. Reservations are required for the Double Dad’s Father’s Day weekend flights. COME SKY DANCE WITH US . . .

Fun Flights LLC is a locally owned company based at 2018 Palomar Airport Road, Suite 2, Carlsbad 92011 (Directions: turn into Airport and bear left, straight ahead through three stop signs, right turn at end and Fun Flights is on the left hand side).

From Barnstormers to Bishops via Herman the German, some Fun Flight Factoids about our Travel Air nicknamed “Olive’: Fun Flights is the 25th owner since N9872 was built in 1929. It has worked in seven states delivering mail and parcels, to flying Civil Air Patrol, training students and Navy flyers, flown in a movie (Richard Bach’s “Nothing By Chance”), labored as a crop duster and sometimes just flown for the fun of it. There is more historical (and hysterical) information on the website at www.funflights.com about the famous barnstormers who flew N9872, the Bishop and his school that once owned it and Herman the German who everyone seemed to adore! Like Funflights at Facebook/Funflights  and on Twitter: @FunFlightsSD