WE ARE OPEN!!!!!!!!! Summer is finally here…….
Biplane Rides for 2013
We are based at the Morey Airport again this spring thru fall, (May 1-Oct. 13). Again as always, weather dictates if we are flying day to day and if winds are over 22 mph, we may not be. (Pilots discretion).
Morey airport is located 1 mile west of Hwy 12/18 (west beltline) at 8300 Airport Road, Middleton, WI. Your welcome to pass through the walk in gate or the office to get to our operations tent. If interested in an introductory flight with some of Wisconsins’ finest flight instructors at Morey airplane company, please talk with Rich,Debbie or Randi at the front desk.
New Hours this year!!!
1 pm to 7pm, Wed. thru Sunday , (we will man the tent during these times). We will be taking reservations again this year but walk ups are welcome if we can fit you in the schedule. Please stop by and say Hi! We also offer rides outside of these times by appointment. We have left mornings open for corporate functions, family get togethers, or larger groups if needed and again by prior arangement. Mondays and Tuesday are for maintenance and work in my restoration shop in Brodhead but may also be available for rides by calling Ted at 608-751-8000.
Operations out of Morey Airport in Middleton,WI.
(2 Ride Options)
Still offering ” The Wisconsin River Tour”!! This 30 Minute flight is filled with beautiful scenery……as we wind our way to Mazomanie and pick up the Wisconsin River northeastbound to Sauk City. This flights cost is $125.00 per person if we take 3-4 passengers at one time, $150.00 per person for 2 passengers. We still have our local Middleton flight also that costs $70.00 per person if we take 3-4 passengers at one time, $80.00 per person for 2 passengers, and $160.00 for 1. All flights are weather dependent so give us a call if you have any questions. Call us at 608-751-8000, Ted
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Come out and fly in the only type of biplane designed for barnstorming in 1928. Feel the wind in your face; smell the fresh cut hay; hear the sound of the wires sing along with the beautiful sound of the radial engine and feel like you have just stepped back in time to the great barnstorming era.