by Tim Church
BRANSON, Mo. – Pieces of flying history are touching down in Branson Labor Day Weekend, as the Commemorative Air Force AirPower History Tour returns to the Branson Airport.
Seventy-five years after making her first flight, the B-24 Liberator “Diamond Lil’,” and a squadron of seven historic aircraft’s, will call Branson home from September 2nd to the 4th.
Director of Advertising and Sponsorship Development Ty Lewis says this event is possible due to the partnership between the Commemorative Air Force, the Branson Veterans Task Force and the Branson Airport:
Admission to this event is 15-dollars for adults, 5-dollars for children ages 11-17 and children 10 and under are free. Admission includes a free tour of the B-24 Diamond Lil’, but rides on these aircraft’s vary in price.
For more information on this event, the aircrafts and prices visit here.