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 today’s Groupon for a helicopter ride over the Baltimore Grand Prix from Baltimore Marine Centers’ Baltimore Helicopter Services. This Groupon is only valid on the weekend of the Baltimore Grand Prix: September 2, 3, or 4. Choose from the following options:
- For $149, you get a helicopter tour for one person (a $360 value).
- For $288, you get helicopter tour for two people (a $720 value).
- For $560, you get a helicopter tour for four people (a $1,440 value).
The experienced fliers at Baltimore Marine Centers’ Baltimore Helicopter Services whisk up to four friends into the sky for 15–20 minutes of exhilarating bird's-eye views of the Baltimore Grand Prix, which takes place downtown near Camden Yards and the scenic Inner Harbor. Rotors from the powerful Bell 407 helicopter churn with the help of Jet A Fuel to ensure a smooth and safe ride free of ethanol-siphoning pigeons. During flight, friends slip into the comforts of leather seats, heat or air conditioning, and a stereo system as they watch racecars zip around the 2-mile street circuit in search of fame, fortune, or a mechanical rabbit. The chopper seats four or five passengers at a time, and takes off in 20-minute increments from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of the Baltimore Grand Prix weekend. Flights require a minimum of four passengers and groups will be combined to meet this minimum. Tours may fly with up to six passengers.
Baltimore Helicopter Services
Baltimore Helicopter Services whisks their clientele away from the workaday hubbub of gridlocked traffic with the help of their fleet of luxurious charter helicopters. With a service area ranging from Norfolk to New York, the choppers can transport passengers to Pittsburgh in just 90 minutes. Taking off from their helipad located near Inner Harbor, the first-class helicraft also zip through city tours promising unobstructed sky-high sightlines, helping passengers snap shots of skyline residents including the Legg Mason Building, the Baltimore World Trade Center, and the 70-story statue of Cal Ripken, Jr.
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