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Aero-TV at SnF22: Quintessential Time Machines in the Palmetto State

Warbirds Adventures Moves to New, S.C. Facility

After twenty-five years in Central Florida, Warbird Adventures, the vintage aircraft flying school, has moved to its own airport (18SC) in the town of Ninety Six, South Carolina. Offering warbird intro-flights, checkouts, and a variety of pilot training services, Warbird Adventures affords both pilots and non-pilots opportunity to fly—or just have fun in—aircraft such as North American’s T-6 Texan, and American Champion’s Citabria and Super Decathlon aerobatic trainers.

Company founder Thom Richard calls WWII era aircraft quintessential time-machines, and says of the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk he flies in air-show performances, “When you go fly above the clouds in one of these airplanes and look out on the wing-tip, there’s no way for you to tell if it’s 2022 or 1942.”

Warbird Adventures new, South Carolina digs—dubbed American Dreams Sky Ranch—feature a bed & breakfast, aircraft maintenance facilities, and a regulation aerobatics box. In addition to its popular two and four-day, T-6 courses, Warbird Adventures offers rudimentary and aerobatics flight instruction, tail-wheel endorsements, and warbird intro-flights and training.

In the future, the company plans to host its own air-show, and offer seaplane instruction on Greenwood Lake, a sizable body of water approximately six-miles northwest of 18SC.

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