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Get a unique experience with our luxury Helicopters. We offer customisable packages for any occasion.

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All our pilots are factory trained and reviewed by FAA, and thus we are committed to providing you with the highest quality of service.

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Online Check-In facilities are also available to make things much easier for you.

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Booking Service

With our booking services, you can easily customise your tours as per your comfort.

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Introduce our fleet

Jet Plane A330-200

Engines:
4 CFM56-5C4/P
Thrust per engine:
15 400 kg
Wingspan:
60.3 m
Length:
63.7 m
Height:
6.8 m
Crew:
2 / 10
Seats:
219
Maximum speed:
900 km/h

Jet Plane A330-200

Engines:
4 CFM56-5C4/P
Thrust per engine:
15 400 kg
Wingspan:
60.3 m
Length:
63.7 m
Height:
6.8 m
Crew:
2 / 10
Seats:
219
Maximum speed:
900 km/h

Jet Plane A330-200

Engines:
4 CFM56-5C4/P
Thrust per engine:
15 400 kg
Wingspan:
60.3 m
Length:
63.7 m
Height:
6.8 m
Crew:
2 / 10
Seats:
219
Maximum speed:
900 km/h
250

Helicopter Around World

333

Destination

7200

Daily Passengers

85K

passengers Traveled

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First time flying? Tips for flying first time

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1. Be ready with your paperwork- Numerous first time flyers stress over landing without the fundamental paperwork to get onto their flight, and this can make for a brazen first excursion to the airport. The principle point to recall here is that the most imperative document is your visa: ensure it’s a la mode and in a perfect world has no less than three months to go before its expiry at whatever point you travel internationally. Make sure to book your travel insurance before you leave for your vacation. Print out your policy documents and carry them with you – ensure you have the crisis number for therapeutic help and an once-over on what your picked policy covers.

2. Plan your luggage- Indeed, even the most prepared travelers once in a while get confounded via aircraft controls about stuff stipend however as a flying novice, the principal thing to get your head around is the contrast amongst lodge and hold baggage, at that point to investigate regardless of whether you have to take both: more often than not, in case you’re traveling whole deal (that is a flight that endures six hours or more), you will need to ‘check in’ no less than one bit of hold gear which you’ll have to leave at the registration work area before loading up. It’ll at that point be come back to you at the opposite side, where you’ll have to distinguish it on a luggage carousel.

3. On the flight- To start with you have to discover your seat, and guarantee all your lodge gear is stowed away effectively. Most flights, especially longer ones have relegated seating, so search for a number took after by a letter on your ticket, for example, ’11 D’. The number identifies with the line you’ll be sitting in, while the letter alludes to whether it’s a passageway, window or center seat. The lodge group – will’s identity wearing anything from captivating caps and foot sole areas to loose tees in carrier hues – will be upbeat to enable you to discover your seat and put your baggage in a sheltered place, which might be in an overhead locker or under your seat.

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4. Prepare for take-off- Before your plane takes off, there are a few procedures to experience that might be alarming if this is your first time flying, however these are totally normal and are security. You’ll be demonstrated to clasp your safety belt, what the distinctive lights on the seat in front of you mean, and what to do in a crisis. You might be stressed over the impression of taking off, as the possibility of a substantial metal question all of a sudden taking to the sky can appear to be unnatural. After around 25 seconds you will feel the plane begin to lift, and if it’s daytime, you’ll see the ground escaping – you may think that its interesting to see your town from the air out of the blue! It’s typical to feel a few bumps while the plane is as yet climbing, so don’t stress.

Ten Essential checks before you step into a Helicopter

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I have never been in a Helicopter. I have no desire to be in one only because it looks as if it is a small craft that would come down quickly if the wind blows too hard, but this is far from the truth. These types of aircraft are very sturdy and robust. They have been around for many years, and it is quite safe to fly in. If I ever go into one though, I will keep in mind to do some of the checks necessary before stepping into one. Helicopter makers continually create safer gear to ensure that future accidents do not occur.

Warning systems

Make sure that your helicopter has a terrain awareness and warning system. This system is a regulation for medical air ambulances but not for all the other flights.

Night vision gear

Most helicopter accidents take place at night. Night vision goggles are essential gear for any pilot so make sure that your pilot has one before flying in darkness.

Wire strike protection systems are vital

It is impossible for a pilot to see any wires like power lines from the air. Many accidents happened previously in this way. Having this equipment may help cut the cord so that the helicopter may safely pass through.

Flight time

It is critical that your pilot has a minimum of 5,000 hours of helicopter flight time. If you make sure of his flight time it will give you a good indication of how reliable your pilot is.

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Specific training for the type of craft

Every helicopter is different. The models are not the same, and you need to make sure that the pilot has been trained to accurately fly the type of craft that you will be using before getting onto the aircraft.

Accident record

If your pilot was involved with many accidents in the past year, get out and run. You do not want to be involved in another crash.

Preserving the condition of the craft

Assess if the company strictly adheres to helicopter manufacturer maintenance regulations. The helicopter needs to pass inspections and parts replacement. It should utilise an approved Aircraft inspection Program as prescribed by the Aviation Company.

Independent risk evaluation

Someone outside of the company should be able to permit to fly after assessment of the weather and other environmental conditions.

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Insurance coverage

Willingness to inform you about the size of their insurance is a good indicator that they have excellent business practices and a huge safety commitment.

Cleanliness Lastly to consider is the aircraft clean and shiny. The last thing that you want to do is get into an aeroplane filled with germs and filth. The proposals above is a great checklist that will boost the margin of safety for you if you ever decide to board a helicopter.

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