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Memphis Belle B-17 bomber buzzes Salt Lake City skies
First Published May 26 2014 08:58 pm • Last Updated May 27 2014 11:14 am

The B-17 Memphis Belle took to the skies over Salt Lake City on Monday.

News media representatives were given rides but the public will be able to ride in the restored World War II bomber Saturday and Sunday.

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The public rides will last 45 minutes and will cost $450 per person. Members of the Liberty Foundation can ride for $410.

For more information on the Memphis Belle flights, go to www.libertyfoundation.org/schedule.html or phone 918-340-0243.

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