Walla Walla, Washington´s regional airport has received four of the most famous airplanes flown in World War II as part of the Wings of Freedom tour, the company said.
The restored aircraft, three bombers and a P-51 Mustang fighter, arrived from Pasco´s Tri-Cities Airport. This is the second consecutive year the aircraft have visited Walla Walla during nationwide tours.
Along with the P-51 Mustang will be two heavy bombers–Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a B-24 Liberator–and a B-25 Mitchell medium bomber. The aircraft are owned by the Collings Foundation.