WICHITA, Kan. -

Both aviation enthusiasts and WWII buffs will enjoy themselves at Jabara Airport this weekend. The airport will be home to a replica B-17 bomber from WWII.

The "Memphis Belle" is one of the most famous B-17s and this particular plane replica was in the 1990 "Memphis Belle" movie. 

The movie follows the story of the first crew to finish a tour during WWII with all crew members alive.

The public can view the plane on Saturday and Sunday and for $450 dollars you can fly in the WWII artifact.

To schedule a flight, go to the Liberty Foundation's website. All proceeds from the weekend flights will go back to the Liberty Foundation, a non-profit aviation group aimed at preserving historical aircraft.