Helicopter Rides, the Ultimate Unique Mother’s Day Gift

Helicopter rides and tours, the ultimate unique Mother’s Day gift

Looking for the most unique way to show Mom just how special she is this Mother’s Day? Nothing beats a helicopter ride for a unique Mother’s Day gift she’ll never forget.

At Group 3 Aviation, we offer a number of helicopter tours, excursions and even an opportunity for Mom to take the controls of the helicopter for her first flight lesson.

Helicopter Tour and Malibu Mimosa Brunch or Sunset Champagne Toast

For the ultimate celebration of Mom, consider a Malibu Peak landing and helicopter tour. In this special trip, you can choose either morning, afternoon or evening and we’ll cater accordingly. In a morning flight, we’ll whisk Mom and up to two additional people off to our exclusive Malibu Peak landing site where Mom can enjoy coffee or mimosas and pastries before heading out for a special tour of the coast and Hollywood on the return trip. Our early evening trip includes wine or champagne, cheeses and other tasty treats, and a view of the sunset.

All tours include 30 minutes to enjoy the view and solitude of our grassy pad. Want to increase the adventure? We can add a longer Grand Tour after Mom’s private landing to make it the ultimate experience. Prices start at $380 per person.

Mother’s Day Mimosa Safari

Our Mother’s Day Mimosa Safari and helicopter tour takes Mom to beautiful Saddlerock Ranch in Malibu by helicopter where she’ll be met by Saddlerock Ranch’s safari coach and embark on a festive and relaxing brunch-style safari tour.

The tour kicks off with a visit with Saddlerock Ranch’s exotic wildlife, from a zebra trio and water buffalo family to alpacas, yaks, llamas and Spanish highland cattle. During the tour Mom visits tasting stops to sample fresh fruit juices and lemonade with Saddlerock’s own sparkling wine to create a variety of delicious mimosas. These beverage samplings are complemented by an assortment of pastries, croissants, fruit spreads and cheeses that round out the rest of a delicious meal.

Upon return to the helicopter, we’ll take Mom on our popular Hollywood and The Beach tour.

Mother’s Day Brunch & Spa

For something in the complete pampering category, you’ll want to book Mom on an Ojai Brunch and Spa getaway. We fly Mom out to Ojai where she’ll be shuttled to Ojai Valley Inn & Spa for brunch, and if you’re feeling extra generous, a spa treatment, before taking a breathtaking helicopter tour of the sights of your choosing on the way home. Talk about a day she’ll never forget. Prices vary depending on add-ons and length of time.

Helicopter Tour

For something a little less grand, yet no less memorable, we also offer a number of tours from Van Nuys Airport (ranging from $150 per person), including our Hooray for Hollywood, Hollywood and the Beach, California Coast and Canyons, Valleywood and Grand tours.

Helicopter Flight Lesson

If Mom has always had her eyes skyward, you can let her be master of the skies for the day with her very own helicopter flight lesson starting at $450. She’ll receive ground instruction on helicopter flight and the flight controls then receive a 60-minute flight lesson where she’ll take the controls of the helicopter with her instructor.

WARNING: Introducing Mom to the incredible world of helicopter flight can cause a reduction in future inheritance as she may decide one hour is never enough…

To book any of these great gift options on or around Mother’s Day, give us a shout at 818-994-9376 and we’ll assure Mom has an experience she’ll talk about for years.

 

Save a Horse, Ride a Helicopter Charter to Stagecoach

Helicopter Charter to Stagecoach

Stagecoach, California’s premiere county music festival, is about to take the ring and what better way to ride into the excitement than your own metal helicopter charter steed? After all, who wants to spend hours on the dusty trail, in a crowded coach or waiting to park when you can be with fellow fans enjoying the best country music has to offer?

A helicopter charter from Group 3 Aviation carries you above it all in relaxed comfort. Sit back on your breathtaking 90-minute flight to Bermuda Dunes Airport and you arrive at Stagecoach refreshed and ready to kick up your heels.

Go alone or share a helicopter charter cost with two friends (up to three passengers per aircraft) and cut that two-and-a-half to four-hour drive (not to mention time trying to find parking then hoofing it out to the main stage) to 90 relaxing minutes with a view.

Flying into Los Angeles and don’t have six to eight hours (round trip) to spend on the freeway to the Coachella Valley? We’ve got you covered. Whether you’re local or are flying in from out of town, your Stagecoach helicopter charter can meet you at any Los Angeles-area airport to whisk you away to the Bermuda Dunes Airport, just north of the festival. A quick helicopter shuttle ride lands you at Stagecoach’s front door hours before a packed shuttle bus stuck in traffic can.

And a soothing quick helicopter return trip at the end of your festival visit sees you safely back with no unpredictable traffic delays, missed flights or dangers of falling asleep at the wheel.

Stagecoach runs three days, April 29-30 and May 1. For information on the festival, artist line up and hotel options, visit the Stagecoach site.

Helicopter Charter flights from Van Nuys Airport to Stagecoach

$2,200 in the R44 for 1 to 3 passengers*

To learn more about Group 3 Aviation’s helicopter charters to Stagecoach or to book a charter, give us a call at 818-994-9376.

* Additional Terms and policies: The price quoted is for flights originating from Van Nuys. Pick up at other regional airports is available and additional fees may apply. Standby time is an additional $150.00 per hour.

 

 

Flight Training Considerations – Helicopter Fleet

Learning to fly a helicopter is a rewarding and exciting career or hobby that will serve you your entire life. A lot of research goes into finding the right school for you. One important item to consider when researching flight schools is the helicopter fleet offered for your training.

Helicopter Fleet and Flight Training

When investigating the ideal flight training facility, it’s important to consider your helicopter fleet options. Does the school limit you with only one helicopter make and model? Do you have options to build experience in different engine types, rotor systems and power systems? Are there choices that allow you to choose the aircraft you’re most comfortable flying?

One downfall of many a helicopter training school is the fact that they only teach their students to fly one type of helicopter. Here at Group 3 Aviation, we ensure that students who attend our Los Angeles helicopter school are trained and able to fly a variety of helicopters as this can make a huge difference when it comes to applying for pilot positions.

A Starting Point for Our Students

All students enrolling at our helicopter training school will begin their training in the Schweizer 300CBi helicopter. These two-place flight machines offer excellent handling properties and auto-rotational characteristics making them ideal for beginner students. As a result, many students are able to earn their ratings far quicker than in other helicopter models, saving hundreds of dollars. One of the main features of these helicopters is their safety. Their exceptionally stable rotor system is not prone to dangers posed when learning to fly on two-blade systems and it provides plenty of time for an instructor to correct student errors. Most of our primary student training is undertaken in these helicopters to save students money, build confidence and increase safety.

Upgrading to the Robinson R44 Raven II

This very popular model of helicopter provides the perfect opportunity for students who are ready to transition to something larger and more maneuverable. With a two-blade rotor system and a larger engine, students also receive valuable education and experience with different aircraft. The R44’s four-seat capacity has also made it ideal for our helicopter tours, charter trips and aerial photography trips. The R44 II offers slightly higher speeds of around 135 mph as well as a range of approximately 400 miles. Once a student has mastered the art of flying this model, they are usually able to fly almost any other helicopter, as these are relatively advanced machines.

Enrolling for Our Flight Training Courses

Contrary to popular belief, students who wish to fly helicopters do not need to know how to fly a plane beforehand. We encourage those who wish to enroll in our helicopter flight training program to come in for a low-cost demo flight, where we’ll provide ground and flight training, giving you a taste of being a helicopter pilot as you take the controls. While you’re here, we’ll show you our aircraft and let you see, feel, touch, ask questions about and even fly one to help you determine the best choice for you.

Students who go on to become helicopter pilots usually enjoy an exciting and lucrative career that can last for many years. And of course, it’s just really, really cool!

Best Time to Visit Los Angeles

Unlike some international destinations, Los Angeles, the City of Angeles, offers something for everyone year-round, making every day a good day for visiting Los Angeles. However, we have a few insider tips to help you schedule the best time to visit Los Angeles. The largest metropolitan area in California, Los Angeles and its surrounding cities, beaches and mountains offer a little something for every taste. While there are great things to do year-round, here are a few insider tips for the best time to visit L.A.

Best Time to Visit Los Angeles

Looking to enjoy the sights without a few million of your closest friends? The spring (March through May) and fall (September through November) offer the warmth and beauty of the area without the crowds. Popular amusement parks see lower numbers when the majority of the country’s children are in school and beaches offer more peace. Lines are shorter at tourist attractions and the entertainment industry is in full swing with more opportunities for tickets to show tapings.

Also, with the oppressive summer heat away, the air is clearer in the basin, not only offering more breathability but also stunning views of the mountains surrounding the area. In our opinion, these are the most beautiful times to take a helicopter tour of Los Angeles. You can literally see for miles, up into the high desert and out to the islands all in the same flight.

Best weather in Los Angeles

Historically, our weather is hot in the summer, pushing folks to the mountains and beaches to escape the heat. Spring and fall cool off a bit, making all of Los Angeles comfortable and enjoyable, with average temperatures being in the 60s and 70s. There is less of a chance of precipitation during the spring months, making walking around and sightseeing all the more pleasant for tourists. In the fall, the temperatures are a bit higher than spring, lingering in the 70s, but travel rates are much cheaper with no high travel time between Labor Day in September and Thanksgiving in November.

Often, the weather is warm enough in the early fall for tourists to enjoy the beaches of the Los Angeles area without the crowds.

Things to Do in Los Angeles

The number of things to see and do in Los Angeles are almost as limitless as your imagination. Aside from the usual tourist attractions and amusement parks, there are a number of local events taking place year round. In the spring, line up to see all of your favorite actors and actresses as they celebrate the year’s great films with the Academy Awards. Checkout the California Poppy Festival and UCLA Jazz/Reggae Festival, or head out to Coachella. As for the fall months, visitors can partake in the Orange Street Fair, or experience a new movie-going experience at the Downtown Film Festival, for starters.

No matter what reason you have for vacationing in Los Angeles, the spring and fall months can be best times to do so. The weather is great, crowds are smaller, and there is a wide variety of activities to experience. Check visiting Los Angeles off your bucket list this spring or fall and be sure to include a helicopter tour!

Helicopter Charter to Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

Whether you’re going for old school Guns N’ Roses or are hip with Matt and Kim and Chvrchs, one thing you’re definitely not into for this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is the exhausting hours of sitting in traffic to be with your favorite bands.

Arrive at the Coachella Festival refreshed and ready to rock, leaving traffic and long travel times behind with a helicopter charter. Group 3 Aviation carries you above it all in relaxed comfort on a 90-minute flight to Bermuda Dunes Airport.

Helicopter Charter flights to Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

$2,200 in the R44 for 1 to 3 passengers*

Weekend 1: April 15-17, 2016
Weekend 2: April 22-24, 2016

Go alone or share a helicopter charter cost with two friends (up to three passengers per aircraft) and cut that two-and-a-half to four-hour drive to 90 relaxing minutes with a view.

Flying into Los Angeles and don’t have six to eight hours (round trip) to spend on the freeway to the Coachella Valley? We’ve got you covered. Whether you’re local or are flying in from out of town, your Coachella helicopter charter can meet you at any Los Angeles-area airport to whisk you away to the Bermuda Dunes Airport, just north of the festival. A quick helicopter shuttle ride lands you at Coachella’s front door hours before a packed shuttle bus stuck in traffic can.

And a soothing quick helicopter return trip at the end of your festival visit sees you safely back with no unpredictable traffic delays, missed flights or dangers of falling asleep at the wheel.

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival runs two weekends in April, April 15 to 17 and April 22 to 24. For information on the festival, artist line up and hotel options, visit the Coachella site.

To learn more about Group 3 Aviation’s helicopter charters to Coachella or to book a charter, give us a call at 818-994-9376.

* Pricing Policies: The price quoted is round trip for flights originating from Van Nuys, even if passengers are traveling one way. Pick up at other regional airports is available and additional fees may apply. Standby time is an additional $150.00 per hour.

8 Airports our Helicopter Charter Flights Serve

Due to the heavy congestion on Southland roads, more people are making use of timesaving helicopter charter services to get them to their destination safely, quickly and in style. Here at Group 3 Aviation, we offer a range of charter trips that encompass a host of destinations, allowing you the flexibility of saving time whether for business or pleasure.

Helicopter Charter Service Airport Destinations

Our helicopter charter services are available to and from a range of popular airport destinations including:

  • Los Angeles (LAX)
  • Van Nys
  • Santa Ana
  • Palm Springs
  • Burbank
  • San Diego
  • Santa Barbara
  • Las Vegas

Passengers who opt to fly with us can look forward reaching their destination on time and in style while receiving nothing less than professional service on their charter trip.

Check out our airport calculator to see flight durations and costs for these airport charter flights.

Helicopter Charter Options for Business and Pleasure

Whether you need to be in one of these destinations for an important business meeting or whether you would like to spend some quality time with someone special, Group 3 Aviation can help. Our charter trips include amazing scenic routes that can be accompanied by a delicious wine and dinner option if desired. This is an ideal option for those who need to entertain business associates or even for those who are eager to pop the question to an unsuspecting fiancée in an unforgettable manner.

Bonuses of a Helicopter Charter

Booking a helicopter charter trip with us let you not only reach your destination in style; it will also allow you to view a few famous sights along the way. These may include but are certainly not limited to places such as Rodeo Drive, the famous Dodgers Stadium, Surfrider Beach, the Malibu Pier, Bel Air, the Sunset Strip, the Playboy Mansion and many others. Our pilots will skillfully maneuver you past these sights while also ensuring that you arrive safely and on time at your intended destination.

Let Us Take Care of Your Helicopter Charter Needs

Although we are usually able to accommodate short notice bookings, it is recommended to book in advance to avoid disappointment. While our helicopters are able to accommodate a pilot and three passengers on each flight, it is important to remember that weight restrictions do apply to helicopter trips. Each seat is able to accommodate weight of 300 pounds and luggage space is also limited to one or two standard overnight bags. If in doubt, we will be happy to assist with any queries you may have in this regard.

The next time you are considering using helicopter charter services, why not give Group 3 Aviation a try? We will ensure that all of your air transportation needs are managed professionally, leaving you to sit back and enjoy timesaving ride.

5 Reasons to Charter a Helicopter in Los Angeles

5 Reasons for a Los Angeles helicopter Charter

People come from all over the world to work and play in Los Angeles. With more than 10 million people in Los Angeles County, travel can be tough. However, rising above it all with a Los Angeles helicopter charter saves time, money and stress – helping you get the job done, enjoy the sights and see Los Angeles in a way comparatively few do.

Traffic

Undeniably the most popular reason to hire a private helicopter charter in the Los Angeles area is to rise above the regions notorious traffic congestion. In addition to 10 million residents, millions of domestic and international visitors every year flood the roads, adding hours to travel. It’s no wonder Los Angelinos often spare no expense on their cars – they’re a second home. Whether crossing the basin to catch a flight during rush hour, flying out to Coachella, or getting out of town for a holiday weekend, a private helicopter charter saves you precious time and stress.

Views

The views from a helicopter in our region are breathtaking. A bird’s eye view of the region from a Los Angeles helicopter charter allows you to see the sights in a completely different way. Whether you’re taking in the Sunset Strip, Hollywood sign and celebrity homes or our world-famous beaches and canyons, you’ll never look at Los Angeles the same way again once you’ve seen it from the air.

So Much to See, So Little Time

The Los Angeles area is immense. Between Malibu, the San Fernando Valley to Burbank, the Hollywood Hills and L.A. Basin, Orange County, and our 75 of miles of breathtaking coastline, there is no way to see it all in a short vacation. Unless, of course, you take it in by helicopter. Group 3 Aviation offers a variety of specialized tours that highlight the region’s favorite sights, including our Valleywood Tour, Hooray for Hollywood Tour, Grand Tour/Best of L.A. and the California Coast and Canyons Tour. Any one of these tours will allow you to see a variety of different things in a very short period of time to help make the most of your California vacation.

Aerial Photography

Not only does hiring a helicopter charter allow you to see the sights from a completely different viewpoint, it also allows you to capture incredible aerial photographs. Whether capturing your memories, scouting locations, documenting property, or building your portfolio, aerial photography is best captured by a helicopter. Group 3 Aviation offers years of experience with helping photographers with their aerial photography and can help capture unforgettable images.

Film Production

Los Angeles and film production go hand in hand. A well-established and reputable helicopter charter operator, Group 3 Aviation offers more than two decades of experience in aerial film production projects, big and small. We offer a range of camera systems to help meet your budget and final product specifications. Whether producing for corporations, independent projects, studio television or film production companies, we help you capture the shots you need to shine. Our work over the years has included news, sporting events, commercials, private functions, utility companies, real estate development and government projects.

Planning on visiting California? Consider scheduling a private helicopter charter into your plans. When your time is valuable, we’re here to get you there.

Your Helicopter Pilot Training

Becoming a helicopter pilot can open numerous doors and put you on the road to exciting career opportunities. The private helicopter pilot training offered by Group 3 Aviation will provide you with all the technical knowledge and flight experience needed to successfully operate one of these aircraft.

Helicopter Pilot Training Course Overview

Group 3 Aviation offers a private helicopter pilot training course that meets all the requirements set forth in FAA regulations, Part 141 (a higher level of instruction completed in less time than schools that do not offer training under Part 141). Our pilot training includes 35 hours of classroom instruction along with 35 hours of flight time. You’ll receive training in principles of flight, navigation, meteorology and flight planning. At least 20 hours of the scheduled flight time will take place with a certified instructor, while the other 15 hours will include solo flight time. There are three different phases of this course, and in order to advance to the next one, students will be required to pass a comprehensive examination at the end of each stage.

Requirements for Enrollment

Those who wish to enroll in one of these helicopter pilot training courses must meet certain criteria as specified by the FAA. Students must be at least 17 years of age at the time training begins; 17-year olds will also need permission from a parent or guardian in order to enroll. Individuals must also be able to read, speak and write English fluently. An FAA third-class medical certificate is also needed, and applicants must hold a student pilot certificate or be licensed as a pilot in another type of aircraft before beginning classes.

Methods of Instruction

The methods of instruction will vary based upon the subject matter being taught. Classroom work will consist of a combination of lectures and video presentations, and may include some written tests. The flight instruction will include performing certain maneuvers, night flying, completing radio communications and conducting cross-country flights. Each student will progress at his or her own pace, with the average length of time needed to complete the course being around 10 weeks.

Licensing Requirements

Before becoming licensed as a pilot, individuals must complete all hours of instruction, including flight time. Upon mastering the skills needed to become a private pilot, the student’s instructor will approve final tests for the rating. The first is the FAA knowledge test, a computer-based exam that can be taken at Group 3 Aviation’s an authorized testing center. The final exam is an FAA oral exam and flight test with an FAA designated examiner. During this test, the examiner will first quiz you on the ground about your knowledge then you will fly together, where the examiner will have you performs a variety of flight maneuvers to prove your mastery. Upon successfully completing this final test, you’ll receive your private pilot helicopter rating from the designated examiner.

The dedicated instructors at Group 3 Aviation successfully trained hundreds of helicopter pilots. You instructor is your partner in achieving your goal. He or she will work with you at your pace to help you learn the skills and knowledge you need to successfully pass your FAA tests and become a private helicopter pilot.

From there, the sky is no longer the limit.

Burn through Your Layover with a Los Angeles Helicopter Tour

Sometimes those long layovers are just not long enought to take in the sights. Unless you have a helicopter. Instead of waiting in the airport, a Los Angeles Helicopter Tour will get you out and about to see the sights. A helicopter ride for a surefire way to see all that the city has to offer in a short amount of time.

Basic Los Angeles Helicopter Tours

Los Angeles helicopter tours run from about 25 minutes to up to an hour and a half and will take you above the city’s famous skyline, Hollywood sign, Staples Center, Nokia Theater, Playboy Mansion, Malibu, major film studios, Mann’s Chinese theater, the Hollywood Hills, the Dolby Theater where the Academy Awards are held, and Beverly Hills. Our longer tours will even take you past our famous beaches.

Act Like a VIP

There isn’t a bad time to take a Los Angeles helicopter tour. Many helicopter touring companies will pick you up at any airport and take you on your private tour. Have time for a little more adventure> Some companies offer what are known as fly and dine dinner deals, where you can treat yourself to a nice dinner before hopping aboard a helicopter and seeing the sights of Los Angeles. Los Angeles exclusively with their friends.

Spot-the-Celebrity Helicopter Tour

When you think of Los Angeles, you probably think of the gaggles of celebrities living in palatial homes in the city. A Los Angeles helicopter tour takes you above the homes of the rich and famous in posh neighborhoods such as Beverly Hills, Beverly Glen, Brentwood, Bel Air, Pacific Palisades and Santa Monica Hills. These tours usually fly guests above such famous locations as The Griffith Park Observatory (where you can spot the famous Hollywood sign), Mann’s Chinese Theater (home to all those footprints and handprints) and the Dolby Theater (home to the Academy Awards).

Beach Helicopter Tours

Want to see the coastlines of Los Angeles? Some Los Angeles helicopter tours allow you to get a seagull’s eye view of Santa Monica beach where you might be able to spot dolphins, whales and sharks. These tours also take you above the pier, where you can spot the games, rides and the people crowding the pier. Another tour could take you to the L.A. Harbor, Manhattan Beach, Cabrillo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and the South Bay.

Twilight Helicopter Tours

Helicopter tours aren’t just for the daytime hours. Experience the magical feeling of having the city lights at your feet by taking a twilight Los Angeles helicopter tour. Most nighttime helicopter tours fly above the Forrest Lawn, Universal Studios, the famous Hollywood sign, Griffith Observatory, Dodger stadium, Hollywood Boulevard, the Walk of Fame and, of course, the beautiful L.A. skyline. No view can possibly top the sparkling lights of the City of Angels.

Got a layover and not sure what to do? Any of the above helicopter tours will give you a brief, yet memorable glimpse of some of the world’s most famous landmarks, sparing you that boring wait in the airport lounge.

 

Romantic Valentine’s Day Helicopter Tour

Looking for that perfect Valentine’s Day gift idea that will be remembered for a lifetime? A romantic Valentine’s Day helicopter tour is just what you’re looking for, complete with refreshments for two, a priceless view and your choice of the sights of Los Angeles.

Romantic Helicopter Tours

At Group 3 Aviation, we offer a few very special opportunities on Valentine’s Day you’ll not find anywhere else. We’ve taken three of our already spectacular tours, mixed them with an extra dash of romance and are offering them one day only, completely private for two.

You can choose our Hollywood and Beach Tour, taking in the Malibu and Santa Monica Bay coastline then turning inland toward Beverly Hills and Hollywood, or our Grand Tour, which includes the shoreline, Beverly Hills, Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles. To make it extra special, combine either of these breathtaking Valentine’s Day helicopter tour with a private Champagne toast atop our grassy Malibu Peak landing site. With this tour, you’ll land on our private hilltop grass pad above Malibu where you can relish 15 minutes of seclusion and breathtaking views as you enjoy a special Valentine’s Champagne (or wine, or juice, or water) toast.

The Tour of a Lifetime

For your private helicopter tour, we welcome you at our Van Nuys Airport reception area with fruit, cheese and crackers, cupcakes, chocolate covered strawberries and some bubbly. Once the mood is set, you take off in your helicopter, heading west over the San Fernando Valley and Malibu Canyon.

If you’ve chosen a Malibu Peak landing, we then land on our grassy pad so you can enjoy the magnificent view and share a toast.

From there we take in your choice of the sights of Los Angeles before retuning to Van Nuys. Upon arrival we send you and your sweetheart off with a rose and balloon to make your special adventure complete.

Design your Helicopter Tour and Toast

When you book, choose one of two Valentine's Day Helicopter Tourspecialized helicopter tours and whether or not you’d like to include a Malibu Peak landing. Please note we can only land at our grassy knoll from sunrise to sunset, but our helicopter tours are available day or night.

If you plan to include a Malibu landing, you’ll also be offered a choice of refreshments you’d like to have for your Malibu peak toast. Don’t prefer Champagne? No problem! You tell us what you prefer (wine, juice, sparkling water) and we will have it ready for you.

Love the idea of this tour, but don’t want to get too gushy? No problem. We offer all of these tours every day, including a regular Malibu Peak Landing Helicopter Tour with a 30- to 40-minute landing for a full picnic of refreshments of your choice. We’re happy to make up a gift certificate for any of these tours for you to give to a loved one.

Valentine’s Day Helicopter Tour Details

These special tours are available one-day only, Sunday, Feb. 14. Book soon to reserve your preferred tour and time.

Hooray for Hollywood OR California Coast Private Valentine’s Day Helicopter Tour: $390 per couple for 30 minutes.

Hollywood & the Beach Private Valentine’s Day Helicopter Tour (Hollywood, Beaches, downtown Los Angeles): $520 per couple for 45 minutes.

Malibu Landing with a Hollywood and Beach Tour: $740 per couple for 45 minutes.

Malibu Landing with a Grand Tour: $890 per couple for 60 minutes.

Call today to arrange your tour: (818) 994-9376