SIOUX CITY, Iowa — A historic airplane took to the skies above Sioux City before the storms blew over Thursday afternoon, May 12th.
The historic 1925 Ford Tri-Motor aircraft is visiting the MidAmerica Museum of Aviation and Transportation May 12th - 15th.
It's one of just three planes of its kind left in the world, giving people a chance to experience air transportation in one of its earliest forms.
"The best part of the whole thing is the smiling faces when everybody gets off the airplane," said Captain Bill Sleeper. "There's not a frown amongst them. Everyone just loves this thing."
Weather permitting, the plane will be offering rides to people in Siouxland Friday and Saturday.