Literally took us longer to find parking and walk to the place than we spend on the event. Really not a good investment. Views were cool, but quickly disappointing.
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.
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We came across this by accident and were on a flight within the hour. Our pilot was Andrew Woods who made the whole experience extra special for us. The view is stunning and a memory that will last forever. Do book with this company and...More
Highly recommend Zip Aviation. Was looking to book a sightseeing tour for family of 6 - Zip was very accessible via phone, knowledgeable, friendly and service-oriented. We determined that the best value / experience would come instead from chartering the aircraft for 30 minutes. Zip...More
Booked a helicopter flight with my family as part of my 50th Birthday celebrations. The whole experience was excellent from booking to the flight itself. I was very lucky to be seated in the front of the helicopter next to the pilot. I was slightly...More