World War II flying fortresses will be in Tulsa today through this weekend through the work of Commemorative Air Force out of Texas.
Two B-17's will be available for the public to get an upclose look at starting at noon today.
Of the original 12,731 B-17's built, only 9 are still able to fly today.
The Texas Raider and a PT-19 Trainer, Silver Ghost will be at Jones Riverside Airport until Sunday.
All planes will be open for public tours and people can talk to the flight crews for the entire weekend.
World War II Veterans and active duty service personnel can tour for free with their military ID.
The cost for the public is $10 for adults, $5 for children under age 12 or $20 for a family of five.
The planes will be located at the Christiansen Aviation Flight School at Jones Riverside Airport, 8767 Jack Bates Avenue in Tulsa.