The Curtiss Jenny made its final flight on Saturday to the Municipal Airport, where it will sit in the new terminal at the Jet to Jenny exhibit.
The delayed opening of Wichita Falls Regional Airport is not putting the brakes on artifacts moving into the Jenny to Jet Museum this weekend.
Dr. Armando San Diego's $32,000 auction bid wins him a seat in the cockpit during the final flight of the Curtiss Jenny.
Volunteers at Sheppard Airforce base have been working since April on a seven-month project to restore an aircraft that will sit beside Curtiss Jenny.
Hundreds of people captured history at the Kickapoo airport Tuesday, watching a historic plane's final flight.
Can history-lovers raise enough money to make sure one of only five flyable Curtiss Jenny airplanes stays right here in Wichita Falls?
Peridot Pictures puts the spotlight on the Curtiss Jenny and Wichita Falls documenting a historical time.
Now's your chance to see Wichita Falls from the sky in a vintage war bird.
This weekend, the Museum of North Texas history will be selling rides in a Douglas C-47, which is known as the "Southern Cross."
Wichita Falls Mayor Glenn Barham will take to the skies tomorrow in the World War I era Curtiss Jenny.