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B-29 Seating Chart
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You Can Relive History and Ride on One of the Rarest WWII bombers in Existence by Taking a “Living History” Bomber Ride. This Unique Experience Allows You to Sit in the Veteran's Seats. You Can See and Feel What They Encountered, Minus the Bullets and Flak. Don’t Miss This Once in a Lifetime Experience. It is a Definite Must for Your Bucket List!
Once Airborne, You Will Be Able to Get Up and Move Around the Aircraft. Your Trip Back in Time Will Allow You to Honor the Sacrifices of Countless Men and Women Who Fought and Died for Our Freedom. Please Note: FAA Rules Require the B-29 Bombardier to Stay Seated During Flight.
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This seat is often called the “Best Seat in the House,” and for good reason! You are out in front of the Pilots and surrounded by glass. It is easy to imagine the view of the target through the actual Norden bombsight or catch a glimpse of a zero fighter swooping down toward you with guns blazing.
FAA rules require the bombardier to remain seated throughout the flight due to the proximity to the Pilots.
Flight Observer Seat
You will be immediately behind the Pilots in the cockpit, listening and watching as they cover the checklist, run up the engines, and operate the controls. With all that glass the view is terrific. You will sit in the actual seats that were occupied by the Flight Observer. Once airborne, you may get up and move around the cockpit area.
You will be in the cockpit area behind the Pilots. You can listen and watch as they cover the checklist, run up the engines, and operate the controls. You will sit in the actual seats that were occupied by the Navigator, Radio Operator, and AFT. Once airborne, you may get up and move around the cockpit area.
These seats are in the gunner compartment in the rear of the plane. You will see the engines, flap, and landing gear as it operates. Once airborne, you will be able to get up and move around. Peer down the tunnel to the forward cabin and crawl back to the tail gunner position with it's panoramic view. You will also be able to sit up in the fire controller seat. This is a seat with a 360 degree view. The fire control system was a technical marvel at the time and a major step forward as the first computer controlled gunner system.