A 1929 Ford Tri Motor will be on display at Fort Myers Page Field Airport February 6 – 9 and available for ticketed flights. Page Field has been recently transformed with a beautiful new terminal where Edison Ford displays its 1937 Ford Coupe. For information call 1-877-952-5395, or visit the AirVenture Museum online.
Henry Ford expanded into airplane manufacture from 1926 – 1933. The Ford Tri Motor was flown by 100 air companies, used by Charles Lindbergh in his many transatlantic flights and Admiral Richard Byrd during his flight to the South Pole.
This is an opportunity to see a historic and beautiful airplane (nicknamed “the tin goose”). Brought to the region by The Experimental Aircraft Associations’ AirVenture Museum and Southwest Florida International Airport, Page Field.