Cruise the Skies on Historic Planes During Lunken Airport Days This Labor Day Weekend

This free festival brings vintage airplanes, historic military vehicles and classic cars to Lunken Airport.

click to enlarge Lunken Airport Days is hosted by the Cincinnati Warbirds. - Photo: facebook.com/Cincinnati-Warbirds
Photo: facebook.com/Cincinnati-Warbirds
Lunken Airport Days is hosted by the Cincinnati Warbirds.

Hosted by the Cincinnati Warbirds, Lunken Airport Days brings vintage airplanes, historic military vehicles and classic cars to Lunken Airport.

Attendees to this festival will be able to browse displays or watch a color guard ceremony from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sept. 3 and 4.

You can book a flight on a B-52 "Berlin Express" or C-47 "That's All Brother" through links on the Warbirds' website. There are even helicopter rides.

Patrons can also tour the historic planes, meet pilots and more. Food trucks will be on hand to provide the food.

The event aims to honor World War II veterans and inspire the next generation of "aviation enthusiasts."

The event lasts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 3 and 4. Admission is free, though some activities come with a fee.

Lunken Airport is located at 262 Wilmer Ave., East End. Find more information at warbirds.clubexpress.com.

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