A special feature is at the Regina Flying Club this long weekend.
The Experimental AirCraft Association is featuring a World War two B-17 bomber from June 29th to July 3rd.
Known as the flying fortress, the public has a rare opportunity to see and fly in one of World War II’s most vital aircraft.
The event is dedicated to all Canadians who served in the war and to the memory of one of Regina’s leading citizens, B-17 pilot Frederick W.H. Hill.
Hill flew 33 missions in a B-17 bomber during the Second World war, in flights over Italy and Germany.
Hill won the Distinguished Flying Cross for his wartime contribution.