Vintage Aircraft Exhibition Experience

Mar 10, 2022 - Mar 31, 2022
SAR 50

Step back in time, don a vintage pilot’s outfit and explore vintage aircrafts in a carefully curated museum for a memorable experience about the "Golden Age of Aviation."

Vintage Aircraft Exhibition Experience
Celebrate the AlUla Skies by taking a tour of vintage aircrafts from the 1930s and 1940s in a spectacular Vintage Aircraft Exhibition Experience. See an exclusive collection of aircrafts in a unique museum setting. Arrive at the AlUla International Airport’s main gate and be greeted by the vintage aircraft team. After checking through security, take a private car to the museum hangar while a member of Vintage Wings welcomes you to the experience.

As soon as you reach the Hangar, see a magnificent view of the majestic vintage aircrafts on display outside. Enter the visitors centre for refreshments, seating, and videos showcasing the epic abilities of the vintage aircrafts flying through the breathtaking landscapes of AlUla. Try on a pilot’s uniform Instagram worthy photos, framing your perfect shot with these incredibly historic planes.

Try and fly yourself over the AlUla Skies! Take control and become your own pilot in a flight simulator that reflects one of the aircrafts with the desert landscapes of AlUla as the background. Find a new engine on display and hear from an engineer what it takes to maintain one of these magnificent antiques. Learn more about Saudi Aviation from the time of these vintage aircrafts and listen to interesting facts about the different types of aircrafts.

Once the tour is over, make your way back to the main entrance of the airport in a private car and take with you memories that will last a lifetime!

Vintage Airplanes

Stearman Biplane

In the 1930s and '40s, this biplane was the standard trainer for pilots in the US Army and Navy. Later, these planes were used as mail carriers, for agricultural flying such as seeding and dusting crops, and for amazing acrobatic airshows.

Harvard T6 – Military Trainer

The North American T-6 two-seat advanced trainer was the classroom for most of the Allied pilots who flew in World War II. In all, the T-6 trained several hundred thousand pilots in 34 different countries over a period of 25 years.

Stinson V77 – Gull Wing

The Stinson aircrafts were not war-machines but were used to train British military personnel in the arts of navigation, radio communication, and aerial photography. Built tough to lead a rugged life, many of them did just that and were used extensively "in the bush."

Plan Your Trip To AlUla

Flying to AlUla

Qatar Airways, Saudia Airlines, flydubai and flynas all operate direct flights in and out of AlUla International Airport (ULH) from regional and international destinations. The beautifully renovated airport is a welcoming entrance into AlUla, though being a small airport, services are limited. Its location is just 30 km or a 30-minute drive from the city centre.

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What to Do

Unlock the secrets of this open-air museum, where an exciting collection of immersive experiences and activities bring its stories to life.

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Where to Eat

In AlUla there are many dining options to replenish your energy after a day of exploring. Casual to fine dining options are available.

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Where to Stay

Looking for a place to rest after a long day’s adventure? From high-end luxury to sustainable eco-resorts, AlUla offers a range of accommodation options.

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