Sky High Air Tours

Experience the Romance and Adventure of Flying in an Open Cockpit Biplane!

134 Air Museum Way
Sevierville , TN 37862 865-742-2359
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Sky High Air Tours

Experience the Romance and Adventure of Flying in an Open Cockpit Biplane!


134 Air Museum Way
Sevierville, TN 37862


Sky High Air Tours’ goal is to recreate a piece of our unique Americana aviation history. Barnstorming was the first major form of civil aviation in the history of aviation. Come fly with us and experience the romance and adventure of flying in an open cockpit biplane! Take a nostalgic flight into yesteryear in an authentic Waco Biplane with a modern day Barnstormer. Breathtaking bird’s-eye views of the Great Smoky Mountains and the surrounding area provide an incredible photo opportunity. All ages are welcome and two can fly for the price of one, so bring a friend and share the fun.

8 minute Introductory Hop $99 + tax: This flight will take you over beautiful downtown Sevierville and gives you a taste of what flying was like during the golden age of aviation.

15 minute Foothills Flight $150 + tax: For those who would like to see more of the mountains and local scenery, this flight goes over Pigeon Forge, around the foothills of the Smoky Mountains and provides an aerial view of Dollywood.

30 minute Barnstormer Ride $275 + tax: Fly out over serene Douglas Lake and then follow the Parkway up to Pigeon Forge. From there it follows the same route as the 15 minute flight. It’s the perfect flight for those who want more time to enjoy the experience, and would like the extra time to take pictures and video along the way.

All times are from take off to landing and prices are per flight, one or two people.

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