SUPERIOR, Wis. -

History is flying its way through the Twin Ports. A 1929 Ford Tri-motor airplane has flown into the Richard Bong airport in Superior.

Visitors will have a chance to go up in the historic plane to experience a bird's eye view of the classic age of aviation.

"Everybody that comes off this airplane says I never thought I'd be able to do that and I'm sure that's what the people from 1929–1930 said. I've never thought I'd be able to see from the air the area where I live," said Alan White, Flight Advisor for EAA 272.

The plane fits nine people and was the first of its kind used for transcontinental flights.