Do you know any history buffs who would jump at the chance to be a passenger on a Douglas DC-3 airliner, otherwise known as a Dakota? You’ll find a DC-3 on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., but Flying Blue members can redeem miles for an actual flight on a Dakota from 56,000 miles per person, with the option to book the entire plane for 800,000 miles. The historic plane will depart from airports in the Netherlands and provide passengers with 30 minutes of flight time. The sightseeing trips depart from multiple airports, including Schiphol, Teuge and Lelystad Airport. The last flight for the year will leave from Teuge Airport on Oct. 18, 2008. Go to http://www.insideflyer.com/link/?1133 for more information and to view the entire list of DC-3 flight dates and trips.