Two historic World War II aircrafts will be in town this week.
Nonprofit Cincinnati Warbirds will have the WWII era aircraft on display at Lunken Airport, including “Doc," one of only two B-29's still flying today, and P-51 Mustang "Gunfighter."
The event starts at 1 p.m. Thursday and runs through Sunday. Officials said visitors will be able to view the aircraft on the ground and see other vintage vehicles.
Warbirds said "Gunfighter" has been thrilling airshow crowds and providing flights for riders throughout the United States for nearly 40 years.
"Our goal is to honor our veterans and serve their families by keeping alive the sights and sounds of this great aircraft," Warbirds posted on its website.
And if you've ever wanted to ride in a WWII-era aircraft, you can, but it'll cost you.
Flight rides cost $1,999 for a 30-minute ride or $3,099 for a 50-minute ride.