Route 66, the most famous of all American highways, has become the iconic symbol of the spirit of the open road, a uniquely American blend of machines and restlessness, vast spaces, and a love of freedom that causes an irrepressible, gut level urge to wander.

Nothing could appeal more to pilots. Flying Route 66 is a low altitude tour in a Piper Super Cub of the old road from its downtown Chicago origin to the promised land of Santa Monica, California, where it ended.

Although largely replaced by interstate highways, Munson shows in animated photographs and narration what was and what is Route 66, and what it’s like to explore our land from the air in a small airplane.

With soundtrack music by Crawford Brown, Flying Route 66 has become a classic aerial adventure.

Available at, product D400, $29.95.