Why does the FAA prohibit the use of certain aircraft such as P-51's from being used to make money with rides but allow T-6's? I see Stallion-51 offers "orientation flights" in TF-51's. Why is that allowed? I am not a pilot yet but that would be my dream business - offering warbird rides. I also believe that it would keep these vintage aircraft and our history alive. Obviously, we have a demand for such flights because people are paying $30k+ to go to Russia and fly Migs. What is the FAA objection? Any information on this is much appreciated.