Learn helicopter flying basics while taking in the sights, including the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
About This Deal
- One-Hour Flying Lesson for One
- One-Hour Flying Lesson for One and Two Passengers
- Lessons include approximately 30 minutes of ground training and approximately 30 minutes of flight time
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Need To Know
About Heli Aviation
At Heli Aviation, the Robinson R22, R44, and R66 helicopters that make up the fleet serve a number of roles. They not only lift casual passengers into the sky for sightseeing tours, photography sessions, and search parties for lost Mylar balloons, but also give traffic-patrol pilots a bird's-eye view of the morning commute. Plus, they're used during flying lessons.
Aerial fun and excitement aboard the helicopters are second only to one thing at Heli Aviation—safety. The Helicopter Association International member relies on the Target Zero Safety Management System, whose goal is nothing short of perfection, or zero accidents while providing helicopter services.
After full safety briefings each day, the pilots take off from their 10,000-square-foot area at Sarasota Bradenton International Airport, which features a lobby, classrooms, a training area, and hanger space.