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Come fly the Florida Keys sky with us! So, what you're waiting for?

We offer biplane and vintage aircraft rides from mild to wild.  Come fly in our vintage open cockpit Waco biplane or our J-3 cub which is perfect for photo flights.  Or, take a walk on the wild side and fly inverted in our acrobatic Pitts S2C.

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Conch Republic Air Force Biplane Rides

Two people enjoy a narrated air tour of Key West from the front of a pristine 1942 UPF-7 Waco Bi-Plane, the flagship of the Conch Republic Air Force with Key West’s original bi-plane operator as your pilot. Flying at 500 feet you will see sharks, rays, and dolphin. If there is room, fly over Sand Key Lighthouse, shipwrecks, and the coral reef! DVD of your flight available.

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Cabanas Aerobatic Pitts Flights

Once in a lifetime thrilling aerobatic Pitts Special flight of loops, rolls, and spins over the crystal clear blue Key West waters. Even if you aren’t a pilot, you can take the controls and fly. If you are a pilot, you can take advantage of Raymond’s second generation flying skills and pick up a few new skills of your own.

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Eco Tours and Photo Flights

Come fly in our J-3 cub or Cessna 182 for a leisurely tour of the islands.  You can bird watch, boat watch or take aerial shots of Key West.  Our high wing aircraft provide a great unobstructed view at a nice slow pace.

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Updated: October 16, 2013

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Samantha Brown Flies with Key West Biplanes

Rick

Most fun that I’ve had with my cloths on! This is a must for anyone’s bucket list.

— Rick

Tom and Ernestine Cuthbert

Thanks again for a great experience today, bridging 65 years of my life. Now I look forward to the first half of May 2012, when I may get to fly with you in an SNJ – without landing it on aircraft carrier!

— Tom and Ernestine Cuthbert

Ryan Van

Better than any roller coaster on the planet!

— Ryan Van