30 Minute Helicopter Tour of London from Surrey
Nothing can rival the magic of vertical flight. From the moment you lift into the air, to the second the helicopter settles gracefully back on solid ground, riding in one of these agile crafts is a truly exhilarating and unforgettable experience. After a welcome and safety briefing, lift off into the air in a Twin Squirrel or a Long Ranger and pass through the leafy Surrey countryside before seeing the expanse of the city stretched out below. Flying over the River Thames, take in sights such as Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament. Enjoy the sensation and the landscape beneath before gliding back down to earth. Don't forget to take a camera to capture memories and make friends and family jealous!
- See the sights of London from a helicopter
- Vertically take-off from Surrey
- Follow the glittering Thames into the centre of the capital
- See Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament
- Availability Description
Approximately three weekend dates per month from March to September.
- Participant Guidelines
Min age six (under 16's must be accompanied by a participating adult). Max weight 17st. Pregnant women over seven months can't fly. A photo ID (e.g. passport/photo driving licence) and utility or mobile bill with name and address is required on the day.
This is a weather dependent activity, mainly due to wind speeds and cloud base above the ground. It is crucial to call the venue before setting out to check conditions. All cancellations are rebooked directly with the venue.
A 15 to 30 minute safety briefing takes place before the flight, then flight time lasts up to 30 minutes from engines-on to engines-off. Please arrive a few minutes in advance of the booked time to ensure a prompt start.
- Numbers on the Day
With this voucher for one, share the flight with up to three other passengers and a seasoned pilot.
- Dress Code
The helicopter can get quite warm so please dress accordingly. Sunglasses are recommended all year round.
- Other Info
The venue is a CAA licenced operator and a member of the British Helicopter Advisory Board (BHAB).