From catapulting flaming soldiers over castle walls to sitting on active geysers, humans have long been fixated on flying through the air. Absorb the wonderment of flight with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $138 for a 30-minute snow basin tour for up to three people in a Cessna 172 (a $276 value)
Fixed-wing aircraft soar over the powder-covered peaks and valleys of Ogden Canyon, Pineview Reservoir, and up along the Wasatch Mountains to North Ogden Canyon.
- $198 for a 45-minute Spiral Jetty airplane tour for up to three people in a Cessna 172 (a $510 value)
The central work of sculptor Robert Smithson, the Spiral Jetty's counterclockwise coil juts from the shore of the Great Salt Lake. Only completely visible when the lake has receded beneath 4,197.8 feet, the jetty's various phases of reemergence are a sight to behold from a bird's-eye view. Sightseers can ogle Fremont Island and Promontory Point on the way to the jetty.
- $198 for a 45-minute Antelope Island airplane tour for up to three people in a Cessna 172 (a $510 value)
Planes crisscross the sky over Antelope Island's 28,088 acres of scenic grasslands trying to catch a glimpse of the Antelope, American Bison, and bobcats that roam its plains.
- $238 for a 60-minute Salt Lake City airplane tour for up to three people in a Cessna 172 (a $555 value)
Lucky Duck's aviators follow the I-15 South into Salt Lake City, passing by landmarks such as the Bountiful Temple, Temple Square, and Red Butte Gardens. The pilots recommend catching the glittering lights of the city at night, though the tour is still magnificent in the day.
Lucky Duck Aviation
Lucky Duck Aviation's FAA-certified flight instructors have created a unique step-by-step curriculum to help the land-locked proceed into the clouds. Flying Cessna 172s in their lessons and tours, Lucky Duck equips amateur pilots with the necessary tools to safely fly as a hobby or profession while learning to avoid nomadic gangs of flying saucers. The trained pilots also give guided tours of 30–60 minutes so passengers can behold some of Utah’s most notable sites, such as the Red Butte Gardens, Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty, and local wildlife.