Nearly as old as the automobile itself, Diamond Airport Parking shelters cars 24/7 in Spokane, Anchorage, and Salt Lake City. Baggage assistance and a shuttle to the airport ease travelers' burdens and eliminate the need to hire a convoy of camels. Vehicle pilots can enjoy free amenities—from bottled water to the day's newspaper—and treat their conveyances to a complimentary car wash. Certain locations offer charging stations for electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as additional services such as oil changes, windshield-wiper replacement, and paintless dent repair.
Mountain Ridge Helicopters is located 4,500 feet above sea level—and that's just its hangar. The FAA-approved school is nestled in the Rocky Mountains in a 10,000-square-foot hangar, where experienced pilots impart the essentials of helicopter flight to students. The scenic environs are beautiful from the ground but majestic from a helicopter. With the help of US Department of Veterans Affairs–approved flight instructors and simulators, students can experience the sweeping views from above while learning to pilot helicopters and earning their licenses.
The Heber Valley Railroad whisks railroad buffs and the locomotive-curious through the scenic Provo Valley. The railroad crosses through the same scenery and buildings that travelers would have spotted at the turn of the century, making for a tour that’s family friendly, educational, and charmingly pictorial. This deal is valid for two children's tickets on any one of the following excursions:
Whirlybird Helicopters’ FAA-certified pilots take to the sky for an array of services—from crop dusting to cattle herding to aerial photography. During flight training classes, they provide one-on-one instruction while introducing students to real-life situations aboard a Cessna 172 airplane or Enstrom or Robinson helicopters. Pilots also jettison guests high above the city for 10- to 60-minute helicopter tours, which take in sprawling views of the Ogden Canyon, Wasatch Mountains, and more.