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Helicopter Pleasure Flights

Helicopter pleasure flights are available from various locations in Wales, Liverpool and Manchester, and are taken on set weekends throughout the year. The flights will be shared with other people.


London Helicopter Pleasure Flight

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London Helicopter Pleasure Flight

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Take a helicopter pleasure flight from Elstree to see stunning aerial views over numerous London landmarks including Leigh Valley, Olympic Park, West Ham football ground, O2 Arena, City Airport, Canary Wharf, Tower Bridge, London Eye, London Bridge, The Shard, The Gherkin, Walker Talkie building, Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, MI6 building.

Flights available one weekday, and weekends. Order your voucher and then contact us to book your flight.

£135 per person, max 6 people per flight.
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Liverpool Flights from Aintree Racecourse

Liverpool Flights from Aintree Racecourse Route / Description Length of flight Price

Liverpool City Tour

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Liverpool, it’s hard to mistake the landmarks which make up the ‘Three Graces’, the Cunard, Liver and Port of Liverpool buildings, and line the Pier head and make it one of the most recognised ports in the world. In the 19th C 40% of the worlds trade past through Liverpool docks! The wealth of Liverpool exceeded London at this time. Since 2004 it is a UNESCO world heritage site. For all you football fans, a birds’ eye view of two of the most famous football clubs in the world is a must, Liverpool and Everton. As we track the Mersey have a look out for any ferries crossing!

15-18 minutes depending on Liverpool air traffic control

£155 reduced to £119
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Liverpool and Chester Tour

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From Aintree we head south over the city of Liverpool, as we cross the Mersey look out for the ferries and the Pier head with its famous buildings, which together form the ‘Three Graces’ and make it the most recognisable port in the world. The roman city of Chester, was founded in 79ad and is one of the prettiest and best preserved walled cities in Britain. It is thought because the size of the town and the fortifications that the Romans’ meant Chester to be their capital not London. Look out for another famous racecourse known as ‘the Roodee’, the oldest still in use in Britain. We then head North again back to our starting point for another birds eye view of Liverpool.

30 minutes

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The Grand Tour

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Take a flight over the hallowed ground of Aintree, home of the most famous race in the world. This ten minute flight will give you chance to see the whole of this iconic sporting venue and a stunning view of Liverpool.

10 minutes

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Manchester and Lancashire flights from City Airport Barton

Manchester and Lancashire flights from City Airport Barton Route / Description Length of flight Price

Manchester City tour

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As you take off from Barton the skyline of Manchester will come into view, the second city of the UK and the world’s first industrial city, it is characterised by its red brick buildings. You will have a bird’s eye view of some of its most famous landmarks. First you will fly over the Trafford Centre, where you can shop til you drop, people have been know to get lost in here for days! Then we fly past Old Trafford home to Manchester United and the second largest foot ball ground in the UK. Nearby is Old Trafford Cricket Ground home of the Lancashire cricket club since 1864.HM prison Manchester formerly Strangeways, is a grade II listed building which cost £170, 000 to build, its walls are rumoured to be 16ft thick. It was the scene of the fastest hanging in Britain in 1951, 7 seconds! Among some of its famous inmates are Ian Brady and David Dickinson! It’s then on to the Etihad stadium, built for the Commonwealth Games which Manchester hosted in 2002 and now home to Manchester City foot ball club. Before heading back to Barton listen into the radio to hear the traffic at Manchester Airport, the busiest outside London.

15-18 minutes depending on Liverpool air traffic control

£155 reduced to £119
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Lancashire Explorer

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This is a 30 minute flight which takes in some of the most famous places of the county of Greater Manchester, heart of the industrial revolution. From Barton you will fly to Rochdale, the manor of which was once owned by Lord Byron. It was one of the most productive cotton spinning towns in the world, and is famous for Gracie Fields and Bill Oddie among others. It has a town hall so admired by Hitler he wanted to ship it back to Germany if he invaded! We follow the canal to Todmorden on the southern edge of the dramatic Pennines, Bronte country, and home to two Nobel Prize winners. Then it’s on to Bacup, once home to Beatrix Potter, and the best preserved cotton town in England and a conservation area which until 2006 had the shortest street in the world at 17ft. You will then head back over the wind farm and Bury towards the familiar skyline of Manchester before landing back at the airport.

30 minutes

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Best of Bolton

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You will first fly over Chat Moss, a large area of peat bog, which is thought to be over 7,000 years old. Several peat bodies have been discovered in and around Chat Moss dating from the iron age. The Manchester to Liverpool railway proved a challenge when they tried to cross the bog but a ‘floating’ railway line was eventually built by George Stephenson and still in use today. It’s then on to Bolton. It is said that Boltonians are the friendliest folk in Britain. In the 19th Century Bolton was a boomtown with 216 cotton mills and was one of the largest and most productive cotton spinning centres in the world. It was the target of one of the first areal bombings in history in 1916; a Zeppelin dropped 21 bombs on the town. You will then head south after flying over the famous Reebok stadium, home of the Bolton wanderers, heading over Atherton and Leigh before landing back at Barton.

15 minutes

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Heli Whoop

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From Barton airport, climb up to 1500 feet for a birds eye view of the skyline of the great city of Manchester

10 minutes

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Snowdonia flights from the Riverside Hotel, Betws Y Coed

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Magic and Mountains

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The spectacular and dramatic beauty of Snowdonia is hard to describe. Your flight starts from Bettws y Coed, set in the beautiful Snowdonia forest park, surrounded by woods, mountains and waterfalls. No wonder it is North Wales’ most visited inland resort. From here you will fly south west, passing over the castle at Dolwyddelan, built in the 13th century by Llwelyn the Great. The breathtaking range of scenery continues to unfold beneath you as you pass by Blaenau Ffestiniog and onto to Portmerion, the picturesque Italianate village made famous b y the Prisoner TV series. Heading north you will fly over Beddgelert, the prettiest village in Snowdonia and setting for Rupert the Bear. Watch out for the Dragons at Castle Dinas Emrys! The two Dragons were captured in a cauldron of beer and buried beneath the castle. On route back to Bettws you will fly pass Snowdon, at 1085m is the highest mountain in Wales, Sir Edmund Hilary trained here before climbing Everest, and legend has it that a giant killed by Arthur is buried on its summit

30 minutes

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Giants and Waterfalls

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A place of myths, legends, waterfalls and giants! Snowdonia has them all in abundance. From the picturesque setting of the Riverside Inn at Bettws y Coed you will fly over Chapel Garmon, with its Neolithic burial site then on to Fairy Glen, a secluded and enchanting gorge. You will pass over Conwy Falls, on the Conwy River; being a salmon river the falls have ladders to help the fish reach the top. Its then on to Dolwyddelan and its ancient castle before heading north to Capel Curig, a mecca for walkers, climbers and because of its beauty many artists including Turner. We then head back to the Conwy River and Llanrwst home to the giant Ifan Groch, who would sit on the mountain and bathe his feet in the river below. Before we land back at Bettws we pass over the famous Swallow Falls on the Llugwy River, the highest continuous waterfall in Wales.

15 minutes

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Mid Wales and Shropshire flights from Welshpool Airport

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Undiscovered Wales

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This flight takes you over a stunning part of Wales that most people just don't know about! The first thing that you'll see is the impressive sandstone mansion of Powis Castle as we head towards the serenity of the mountain locked Lake Vyrnwy valley. On route you will pass over the village of Meifod, where it is said that many of the Kings and Princes of Powys are buried. In the distance you will see Cadar Idris, the chair of Idris the Giant. It is rumoured that if you spend the night on the mountain you will end up as a poet or madman. Look further north and on a clear day you may see the peaks of Snowdon. As you reach Lake Vyrnwy you will first see the stone built dam, the first of its kind in the world. There are 31 rivers and waterfalls that run into the lake, its waters supply Liverpool and are used to make Bombay Sapphire Gin. From there we continue over the forest covered hills to the waterfall of Pistyll Rhaeadre, the highest in England and Wales before returning over the beautiful Berwyn Mountains and down the Severn Valley to Welshpool. After seeing it from the air you will want to explore more of it on the ground!

30 minutes

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Shropshire tour

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We depart from Welshpool heading north as we follow the River Severn, Britains’ longest, as it twists and weaves through the landscape. As we cross the border into England the hills give way to the flatness of the Shropshire plain. This large expanse of countryside stretches on before you for miles. Bordered to the west by the hills of Wales, on a clear day you can see Liverpool and the Peninnes to the north, Cannock chase and the Midlands to the east. On route to Shrewsbury via Rodneys Pillar, we pass by the disused airfield of RAF Montford bridge, used to train spitfire pilots during the war. Then it’s on to Shrewsbury, a stunning historic town with over 660 listed buildings. It’s almost an island with the River Severn looping around it and birthplace of Charles Darwin. You will have a bids eye of the Shuts and Passages - a unique maze of narrow alleys which criss-cross the town centre- part of the town's medieval street plan. We head west again past the Shropshire Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty,towards the rugged hills of Wales, get your passports ready as you cross back over the border! The border is neatly marked by Offa's Dyke, built by King Offa in the 8th Century to keep the Welsh Princes at bay, it’s the longest archaeological monument in Britain. Have a look out for Powys Castle overlooking the beautiful Severn valley before landing back at Welshpool.

30 minutes

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Castles and Conflicts

The history of this area of Wales, known as the Welsh Marches, goes back centuries, and from the moment you lift off you will see why many have fought for possession of this beautiful part of Britain. Following the River Severn south, sat on a wooded ridge overlooking the valley is Dolforwyn Castle. Built by LLywelyn the Last between 1273 and 1277, for £174.6s 8d. it caused a great deal of conflict between him and the English as he didn't get permission from Edward I, so it was seized not long after the last stone was laid! You then will pass over the historic county town of Montgomery with its pretty Georgian architecture and castle built in the 13th century, and the centre of many conflicts.The castle was fought over many times beacuse of its strategic importance and remained in use right up to 1647 when is was demolished. In the churchyard is the famous ‘Robbers Grave’, before John Davies was hung he swore no grass would grow on his grave for 100 years as a sign of his innocence and it didn’t. Heading north, below us is Hen Domen, a small mound now but the original motte and bailey site of Montgomery Castle. Look to the right and you will see the Shropshire hills and Corndon, an area of outstanding natural beauty before heading over Long Mountain and Offa’s Dyke. As we head back to the airport you can't miss Powys Castle with it's red sandstone walls it was the fortress home of a dynasty of Welsh Princes and was visited by Queen Victoria when she was a child.

15 minutes

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Panorama

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After taking off from Welshpool airport the beauty of the Severn Valley unfolds beneath you. See how the Severn River, the longest in Britain twists and loops its way through the countryside on its way to the sea. The trip will take you over the picturesque village of Berriew, voted the ‘Best Kept Village in Wales’ many times and Powis Castle, with its many treasures and fabulous baroque gardens. This is an ideal way to experience the exhilaration of helicopter flight.

10 minutes

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