There's something slightly ironic about riding in a vintage World War II airplane to view lights commemorating the "Peace on Earth" season, but it still sounds pretty cool.
The aerial tours start Dec. 2 and runs each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday -- 7, 8, and 9 p.m., each night -- through Dec. 31. The flights take off from Meacham Airport and, according to a museum communiqué, “tour the city skyline and Christmas lights, coming short of the new Dallas Cowboys stadium."
Pilots fly passengers in a 16-person 1940s-era military transport C-47, which happened to serve as the personal plane of a former president of Mexico.
Tickets cost $75 per person. Though not required, reservations are recommended -- get more info here or call 817-517-4407.
Admission to the museum is free and open to the public, although donations are welcome.
On Dasher, on Prancer ... eh, never mind.
Editor's Note: An earlier version of this column incorrectly stated the flights are free based on press information provided to NBCDFW. NBCDFW regrets the error.