Much like hummingbirds and overly affectionate great-aunts, helicopters are capable of hovering over targets for extended periods of time. Linger longer with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $169 for a 12- to 15-minute nighttime helicopter tour of the Las Vegas Strip for up to three and four tickets to see comedy magician Nathan Burton (up to a $389 value)
- $239 for a 25-minute daytime helicopter tour of Red Rock Canyon for up to three and four tickets to see Nathan Burton (up to a $565 value)
- $339 for a 35-minute daytime helicopter tour of Red Rock Canyon and the Las Vegas Strip for up to three and four tickets to see Nathan Burton (up to an $805 value)<p>
Groups of up to three witness the bright lights of the Strip from a bird’s-eye view for 12–15 minutes after departing from North Las Vegas Airport. For the Red Rock Canyon tour, flyers strap in for a 15-mile ride to the scenic locale, where they’ll catch aerial glimpses of large red-rock formations, sandstone peaks that reach up to 3,000 feet, and wildlife such as desert bighorn sheep and burros. Tickets to take in the comedic magic of America’s Got Talent finalist Nathan Burton can be used on a different date. Since pictures are not available for purchase, iflyElite.com recommends that passengers bring their own cameras.
Shawn Mullin, iflyElite.com’s chief pilot and cofounder, has logged more than 5,500 hours of flight time. He now heads a team of skilled pilots who lead thrilling tours over the luminescent Las Vegas Strip, train fledgling aircraft operators, and manage private craft. Elite’s current fleet of advanced aircraft is used for tours, rental, and training flights, with classes available for both airplanes and helicopters. iflyElite.com and its pilots also boast the stamp of FAA approval for tour operations, guiding groups of up to three over the Las Vegas Strip, where passengers can take in aerial views of the Bellagio fountains and the crowning beret of Paris’s Eiffel Tower.