AUCTION

Last year the auction portion of our event raised over $7000! Let’s top that this year! Friends of Wishes have donated the following items in hopes of granting many more wishes. Will you help? Track your bidding, keep an eye on your competitors and keep your peace of mind knowing that your online purchases are safe and secure! Good luck!

Fly in a WWII Bomber!
Ended at: 73 days 6 minutes 15 seconds ago
$1,000.00 USD

This auction has been sold to Paul the mailman Altman at $1,000.00 USD.

YOU MUST BE ABLE TO TAKE THE FLIGHT ON MONDAY, AUGUST 13TH.

As recipient of this auction item you receive two certificates for a transfer flight on a World War II bomber. The Collings Foundation flight leaves Maps Museum / Akron-Canton Airport at approximately 9:30am on Monday, August 13. You and your guest will fly just as crew members did in 1943! This experience is ideal for military history buffs, or people who may know an Army Air Force veteran.  Once you land in Washington PA, you will be transported back to the Maps Museum / Akron-Canton Airport in a chauffeur driven sedan from T-L Worldwide Transportation.   A full day should be set aside for this magnificent experience.

Tentatively, this auction item is set up to expire at 5pm on Friday, August 10th in order to get ALL paperwork and tickets to the auction item recipient.  

Experience WWII flying history tours and flights.  The Collings Foundation presents Wings of Freedom Nationwide Tour: A living history display of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress on display at Maps Air Museum August 10-12,   You’ll see the Consolidated B-24 Liberator and North American B-25 Mitchell; America’s backbone bomber aircraft of World War II.  Sixty years after their use over the skies of enemy territory, they embark on a new mission over the skies of America to honor our veterans of World War II, promote education of our future generations about the role of the aircraft and the flight crews of World War II, and to preserve these treasures of American aviation history where they belong: the sky.  Click here for more information!