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DURHAM - Former airline pilot Mike Ratty of Durham has started a new flying tour service called Carolina Barnstormers (www.carolinabarnstormers.com).  Mike's unique aircraft is a 1940's Waco biplane which looks like "the Red Baron."  It's a lot of fun as Mike takes people up for tours of the Triangle in the open air cockpit, as we shot some in-air footage of the plane.
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Mike Ratty of Carolina Barnstormers gives us a flight in his 1940's Waco biplane.  Hang on as we go in the air for a quick ride and take to the skies in this open-aired plane of the past. 
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DURHAM - Former airline pilot Mike Ratty of Durham has started a new flying tour service called Carolina Barnstormers (www.carolinabarnstormers.com).  Mike's unique aircraft is a 1940's Waco biplane which looks like "the Red Baron."  It's a lot of fun as Mike takes people up for tours of the Triangle in the open air cockpit, as we shot some in-air footage of the plane.
VIDEO: 9.5 MIN.   7.0 MB
    WATCH VIDEO: History Behind The Waco BiPlane
Mike gives us a tour of his aircraft and tells us about the Waco's history as a military trainer, what it's like to own a 60 year old biplane, and about the aircraft's upkeep and construction.
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