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Palm Springs Biplanes

145 N Gene Autry Trl, Palm Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92262-5465
+1 760-216-3700
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Flight of a lifetime!

Wow! What a fun experience! My son and I went up for a 15 minute ride! I felt like I was back in... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2016
andrearobmac
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Fort Mill, South Carolina
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Don't miss out on this.

The best thing about my flight was definitely the pilot Tom. He is knowledgable about his plane and... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2016
BleedinEdge
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Wheatley Heights, New York
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16 Apr 2016
“Flight of a lifetime!”
16 Jan 2016
“Don't miss out on this.”
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145 N Gene Autry Trl, Palm Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92262-5465
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+1 760-216-3700

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Reviewed 16 April 2016 via mobile

Wow! What a fun experience! My son and I went up for a 15 minute ride! I felt like I was back in the day! And it was a memory that I have with my son that I'll never forget. The pilot flew us all...More

Thank andrearobmac
Reviewed 16 January 2016

The best thing about my flight was definitely the pilot Tom. He is knowledgable about his plane and it's history as well as the areas we overflew. I let him know that I was a student pilot about to take my tests and he shared...More

Thank BleedinEdge
Reviewed 16 April 2015

I really do not like heights! But I challenged myself to take a flight in this wonderful antique plane! What an experience! Kent was excellent and very patient getting us in and out of the plane!

1  Thank ServicePleaseYYC
Reviewed 31 March 2015

Start off by saying this is an informal (in a GOOD way) operation. No big office staff or signing of waivers or half-hour safety orientation or anything like that. We just met Kent at the airplane and away we flew. My son and I did...More

2  Thank HTMurgatroyd
Reviewed 17 March 2015

Always wanted to ride in a biplane and found this opportunity. Interesting to see how pilot manipulates plane to see when taxi"ing and about to land.

Thank Hazen D
Reviewed 7 December 2014

I could feel the sand from the wind hitting my face. Very bumpy ride. Very unpleasant to fly in sandy condition. Aerial tram was much better and only $15 dollars for the whole day.

1  Thank Mike S
Reviewed 16 March 2013

What an amazing ride! I thought I knew a lot about the Palm Springs area but you get such a greater perspective from high up! Seeing how many golf courses there truly are here in the valley and their beauty, how can you not want...More

2  Thank Nittany84
Reviewed 13 March 2013

This is a great outing, in an open cockpit Stearman bi-plane, 1 (or 2) passengers up front, the pilot in the back. A unique way to see Palm Springs and surrounding area.

2  Thank Subielover
Reviewed 13 May 2012

If you've ever seen "Out of Africa" or North by Northwest" this is your opportunity to live the experience. A 1940's Stuerman bi-plane with a professional pilot and you or your loved one. The fee is for the time, not per-person. 30 minutes or 60...More

3  Thank jimsue
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