Brilliant experience, the pilot was funny asking if it was our first time in a helicopter and said his too. I had been in one before but this helicopter was bigger and very clean and comfy. The sights of the city were incredible and my...More
From downtown skyscrapers to the Statue of Liberty, New York City is larger than life, with an iconic skyline. This helicopter flight across Manhattan and the Hudson River gives you panoramic views of the city that you can’t get from street level. Spot One World Trade Center, Ellis Island, and the Empire State Building, and snap memorable photographs from above during this flight.
Make your way to a heliport at Pier 6 and the East River in downtown Manhattan to meet the pilot and climb into a state-of-the-art helicopter.
Lift off above Manhattan as the view opens up to include city parks, buildings, and landmarks. On your trip, you’ll spot Governor’s Island, Ground Zero, the Statue of Liberty, and New York Harbor, and get an amazing perspective on the skyline.
When you reach the WWII-era USS Intrepid, bank back along the Hudson River, watching for the Chrysler Building, MetLife Building, and Empire State Building.
Keep your camera ready, as the top-down photo opportunities are unmatched from beginning to end. When your flight concludes, touch down at the Manhattan heliport, close to public transit and top Manhattan attractions.
As you approach the Train station you will see people with bibs on advertising the company. DO NOT GET TICKETS FROM THEM. The Tickets are more expensive by about $50 per ticket and if your flight is cancelled they vanish with your money and any...More
I had a wonderful flight over the city, smiling all the way...... Great photo opportunities. Andrew Woods the pilot was so nice, inviting me up front after the flight for a chat and a photo!! Thank you so much.
I have just read some of the negative reviews and I mean... duh.. get over it!! There are plenty of windows for every one to see and take photos and the pilot ensures everyone gets to view the whole of the New York sky line....More