MESA, Ariz. -- FiFi is the last B-29 bomber still flying.
This weekend, FiFi will be joined by other World War II-era aircraft, including a B-17 and B-25, at Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport.
The B-29 is known as the Superfortress and is credited with ending WWII after dropping the atomic bombs on Japan.
Of the more than 4,000 B-29s that were built, only FiFi remains airworthy.
David Oliver, 30, is FiFi's pilot while co-pilot Debbie King is only the third woman ever to fly the B-29.
Entrance to the exhibit is $10 for adults with children under 12 free.
From Phoenix Mesa Gateway, the vintage plane exhibit moves to Deer Valley Airport beginning Monday.